Riggs Presenters Discussing Conflict at the Division 39 Annual Meeting
Conflict is the theme of the 34th annual spring meeting of The American Psychological Association (APA) Division 39 (Division of Psychoanalysis). Although conflict is experienced at many levels - from individual suffering, to interpersonal and familial struggles, to violence and war, there are often few forums to discuss and learn from these experiences. This year’s program will promote a pluralistic dialogue to engage conflict openly and directly in an effort to hear differentiated perspectives with the goal of negotiation, clarification and understanding. Three Austen Riggs staff members will be presenting in this year’s program in New York City, taking place April 23 – 27.
Wednesday, April 23, 2014
3:30PM – 5:00PM
Starting a Practice, The How-To’s of Setting Up a Psychodynamic Psychotherapy Practice (or Things They Never Taught You In Graduate School)
Marilyn Charles, Ph.D., ABPP discussant
Friday, April 25
Panel: Childhood Sexual Abuse and Conflicts: The Traumatic Sequelae
Jeremy M. Ridenour, Psy.D.
Psychological Caretaking: Changing Object Relations for Adult Survivors of Childhood Sexual Abuse
Ethics Committee Panel: Sexual Boundary Violations: Causes and Effects
Jane G. Tillman, Ph.D., ABPP, chair
Saturday, April 26
8:00AM – 9:50AM
Panel: Psychoanalysis: Towards an End to the Religious Wars: A Roundtable
Marilyn Charles, Ph.D., ABPP, moderator
Contributions from Klein and Bion to Contemporary Practice
Thursday, April 24
2:00PM – 2:50PM
Animals: The Life and Work of Vamik Volkan
Molly S. Castelloe, Ph.D.