Marilyn Charles, PhD, ABPP, presents at the Division 39 of the American Psychological Association 39th Annual Spring Meeting
Loews Philadelphia Hotel
Thursday, April 4 6:30 - 10:15 a.m.
Room: Washington A, 3rd Floor
“Silenced Voices: Epistemic Injustice, Ethical Loneliness, and the Devastation of Marginalization”
Addressing systematic marginalization and sociocultural denial, panelists consider ways in which ideas of epistemic injustice (refusal to recognize certain groups as legitimate holders of knowledge) and ethical loneliness (the isolation that occurs with systematic injustice) can help us to contextualize and enrich our psychoanalytic understandings of projection and alienation.
Presenters: Marilyn Charles, PhD, ABPP; Annie Lee Jones, PhD; Bianca Manrique, PA
Moderator: Natalia Potter, LMSW
10:30 a.m. -12:15 p.m.
Room: Tubman Room, 3rd Floor “Hearing Voices: Lacan on Psychosis
In this panel a variety of perspectives are presented that examine what Lacan had to say about psychosis, from his nuanced theories represented in select texts, including omissions, extrapolations, and new applications, as well as how clinical methodology and technique have been adapted and advanced by practitioners treating psychotic individuals.
Presenters: Jon Mills, PsyD, PhD, ABPP; Marilyn Charles, PhD, ABPP
Chair: David L. Downing, PsyD, ABPP
For more information, visit: www.division39springmeeting.com/