We are celebrating the 10-year anniversary of the creation of the Neuropsychoanalytic Clinical Study Center at NPAP which grew out of a series of NPAP lectures given by Dr. Solms, a renowned neuropsychoanalyst, at the invitation of the Continuing Education Committee. This is a history we treasure with Dr. Solms as the Educational Director of the Center.
Dr. Solms will discuss the theory of depression, drawing from a broader and more interdisciplinary view, as he looks at a psychoanalysis of a non-brain-injured patient. This presentation will address how neuroscience can be applied in the consulting room and what is happening in the brain during treatment. It will raise questions such as: Does knowledge of the brain’s function help us understand the mind? Does it give the psychoanalyst a firmer grip on insight? Does it help us listen?
We hope to celebrate a remarkable and rare occasion! Please join us.
A key figure in the development of neuropsychoanalytic treatment and theory; lectures internationally. Author, The Brain and the Inner World (Co-author, O. Turnbull) 2002, Clinical Studies in Neuro-Psychoanalysis (Co-author, Kaplan-Solms) 2000, numerous publications, and involved in translating Sigmund Freud's "Standard Edition."
NPAP faculty, training analyst, and supervisor; former Dean, Faculty and Curriculum Committee; member of the NPAP Neuropsychoanalytic Study Center.
Open to NPAP members and candidates
and the general psychoanalytic and neuroscience community at no charge
*Handicap accessible facility
RSVP Required: firstname.lastname@example.org
Committee: Diane Clemente, Alice Entin, Murray Gelman, Helen Goldberg, Judy Ann Kaplan (Chair), Edith Laufer, Loveleen Posmentier, Judith Rappaport, Penny Rosen