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Training analysis: Lessons from the past not to be ignored

Dr. Douglas Kirsner

“Otto Kernberg has recently described the ‘twilight of the training analyst system’, which has been historically a shibboleth of psychoanalytic education and institutions. Why has a paranoiagenic system, played such a central quasi-mystical role in the identity of being a psychoanalyst way beyond any explicit function? In "Unfree Associations" I describe the process of ‘anointment’ of training analysts as akin to the Biblical laying on of psychoanalytic hands. I chronicle the pivotal role played by anointment in the political histories of psychoanalytic institutes in the United States. In this lecture I will discuss the history of the role and function of the training analysis and how crucial lessons from the past can help to solve problems today and help psychoanalysis to flourish.”



AUSTRALIA AND NEW ZEALAND ASSOCIATION OF PSYCHOTHERAPY
24th ANNUAL CONFERENCE 12 & 13 October 2013
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Dr. Douglas Kirsner

Professor Douglas Kirsner, PhD holds a personal chair in Philosophy and Psychoanalytic Studies at Deakin University. His recent publications include Unfree Associations: Inside Psychoanalytic Institutes: Updated Edition (Jason Aronson, 2009) and (with Elise Snyder), 'Psychoanalysis in China' in S. Akhtar (ed.), Freud and the Far East (Jason Aronson, 2009).

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