2017-8 Michigan Psychoanalytic Society Scientific Programs

Oct. 14, 2017  Ann G. Smolen, Ph.D. Helen Meyers Traveling Woman Scholar: “Arrogance as a Prominent Trait in Children and Adolescents”; Lorrie Chopra, M.S. Discussant. FH
Nov. 18, 2017  Merton Shill, Ph.D.:  “Affective Engagement and the Psychoanalytic Process”; Joshua Ehrllch, Ph.D., Discussant FH
Dec. 2, 2017  Axel Hoffer, MD: “Introducing Meditation into Psychoanalysis: Free Association, Meditation and Bion”; Dwarakanath G. Rao, M.D.  Discussant FH
Jan. 20, 2018 Avgi Saketopoulou, PsyD: “The Infantile Erotic Countertransference and the Work of Renunciation”; A Program Presented by the Patient and Colleague Assistance Committee of the Michigan Psychoanalytic Institute and Michigan Psychoanalytic Society.  FH
Mar. 3, 2018  Mead Goedert, PhD: “Shamed if You Do, Shamed if You Don’t: Clinical Encounters With Social Class; Robin L. Rayford, M.A. Discussant. AA
Mar. 13, 2018, Tuesday evening 7-9:30. Anthony Bass: Loving Patients: Intimacy, Personal Growth, Sex, Guilt, Murder, Betrayal, and a Life Worth Living. FH
Apr. 14, 2018  Annual Symposium: Narcissism, Illusion and the Passage of Time: Roadblocks and Pathways to Intimacy, Detroit Institute of Arts
Apr. 28, 2018  Dale Boesky, M.D.: “The Non-fundamental Rule”; Discussant:  Michael E. Shulman, Ph.D., FH
Programs take place at our Farmington Hills Office (FH) or at the University of Michigan Department of Psychiatry Depression Center (AA) on Saturdays from 2 to 4 pm, unless otherwise specified.