Webinars

About the IARPP Webinar Series:

The IARPP webinar series is provided as a benefit of IARPP membership. Webinars are structured, listserv-based discussions. The first webinar any member registers for is free of charge; additional webinars have a nominal registration fee of $10.00. Webinars are currently limited to 75 participants. The limit on the number of participants along with the discussion structure allows these seminars to provide greater opportunity for personal contact and open exchange among webinar participants, along with facilitating a sense of shared participation and joint activity. Registration information is sent to all IARPP members via email approximately two weeks before a webinar begins. Registration is on a first come, first served basis, so we encourage you to register early as webinars can fill up within a very short time period (1-2 days).

Webinar Committee Co-Chairs Ilene Philipson and John Skrovan Announce the IARPP Webinars:

2014

  • March 24 – April 6: Steve Kuchuck will be presenting from his new book on how the personal affects the development of the psychoanalytic professional.
    Faculty: Steven Kuchuck
    Guest Faculty: Galit Atlas, Sally Bjorklund, Hillary Grill, Irwin Hirsch, Joyce Slochower
    Moderator: Rachel Sopher
  • February 24 – March 9: What Self Psychology and Relationality Can Learn From Each Other
    Faculty: Barry Magid and Estelle Shane
    Moderator: Roberto d’Angelo
  • January 6 – January 24: Candidates Seminar with Donnell Stern.
    Moderator: John Skrovan

2013

  • July 8 – July 26: Juan Francisco Jordan, Current Debates in Latin American Psychoanalysis:  Contextualizing Our 2013 Annual Conference.
  • June 3 – June 21: Larry Zelnick and Brenda Lepisto, Children, Adolescents, Technology and Psychotherapy.
    Moderator: Laurel Silber
  • April 3 – April 21: Relational Trauma, Affect Regulation, and The Analytic Relationship
    Trauma Relacional, Regulación Afectiva y Relación Analítica

    Faculty: André Sassenfeld J.
    This webinar will be conducted in Spanish.
  • February 19 – March 8: Steven Stern, Positivity in Psychoanalysis.
    Moderator: Joye Weisel-Bath
  • January 4 – January 28: Candidates Seminar – Improvisation in Psychoanalytic Treatment
    Author: Philip Ringstrom
    Moderator: John Skrovan

2012

  • October 29 – November 18: The Ego and The Yid: Psychoanalysis, Jewishness and Antisemitism
    Authors: Lew Aron, Karen Starr
    Moderator: Ilene Philipson
  • June 6 – June 30: The Awakening of Desire: On the Analyst’s Emotional Availability and Therapeutic Action
    Faculty: Darlene Ehrenberg
    Moderator: Christina Emanuel
  • March 12 – April 6: Coasting in The Countertransference: The Problem of The Analyst’s Economic Needs
    Faculty: Irwin Hirsch
    Moderator:  Elizabeth Corpt
  • January 17 – February 12: The Poetry of What We Do and the Playground of Clinical Prose: A Writing Workshop
    Faculty: Suzi Naiburg
    Moderator: Joye Weisel-Barth

2011

  • October 24 – November 20: A Hermeneutic/Constructivist View in Psychoanalysis: Existential, Sociopolitical, and Clinical Contexts
    Irwin Hoffman and guest faculty panel: Neil Altman, Phil Cushman, Lynne Layton, Allan Scholom, Mal Slavin, Donnel Stern, Jennifer Tolleson, Gary Walls, Seth Warren and Ann D’ercole
    Moderator: Ilene Philipson
  • September 5 – 28: Candidates Seminar
    Co-led by Hazel Ipp and Margaret Black
  • April 4 – April 29: Good Vibrations: A Non-Linear Model of Psychoanalytic Action
    Faculty: Robert Galatzer-Levy
    Moderator: Micha Weiss
  • January 17 – February 11: Is There a Role For Psychotherapy Research in Relational Psychoanalysis
    Faculty: George Silbershatz
    Moderator: Rolf Holmqvist

2010

  • November 1- November 24: Emmanuel Levinas and the Curvature of Intersubjective Space
    Faculty: Donna Orange
    Moderator: Amanda Kottler
  • September 27 – October 22: Candidates’ Seminar
    Faculty: Lew Aron
    Moderator: Ilene Philipson
  • June 1 – June 25: Relational Psychoanalysis and the Environment: A Dialogue
    Faculty: Susan Bodnar
  • April 5 – April 30: New Approaches to Couple and Family Therapy from an Integrative Perspective
    Faculty: Mary-Joan Gerson
    Moderator: Ann Baranowski
  • March 1 – March 26: The Hormonal Body and its Impact on the Psyche: An Historical and Clinical Perspective
    Faculty: Sue Kolod
    Moderator: John Skrovan
  • February 1 – February 26: The Role of Parent Work in Child Therapy
    Faculty: Neil Altman, Elsa First, Pasqual Pantone and Linda Jacobs
    Moderator: Ester Bamberger
  • January 4 – January 29: The Clinical Implications of Attachment Theory Research
    Faculty: David Wallin
    Discussant: Lew Aron
    Moderator: Margy Sperry