"Teletherapy in/of Crisis: COVID-19 One Year On" explores what it means and has meant for both patients and clinicians to have mental health care go remote in the context of a global pandemic. What first appeared to be an emergency measure has continued, crisis becoming norm. “Teletherapy in/of Crisis” traces the longer history of teletherapy as a shadow practice that is as old as psychoanalysis itself and almost always attends crisis. The talk will point to this history in order to help make sense of remote treatment in our present landscape. Zeavin is the author of The Distance Cure
(MIT Press, 2021).