In This Issue

A message from the editor

Highlights include a $500 prize for graduate students, the Council Representative report, and the success of the Early Career Committee mentorship program

By Tamara M. Greenberg, PsyD

Welcome to the October issue of InSight. This month's issue highlights the best of what our hard-working members have been up to as well as opportunities for graduate students and psychologists early in their career.

In Division News, the Early Career Committee reports on the success of their mentorship program. Section III (Women, Gender and Psychoanalysis) has an opportunity for a graduate student to apply for a $500 prize. Plus, Section III is offering free section memberships.

Be sure to read the Council Representative Report from Richard Ruth. Ruth's report is not only informative, but an interesting commentary on the dynamics of our parent organization.

Finally, the review of What is Madness? (see Mad Worlds, in Psychoanalytic News) offers a provacative discussion on the benefits of psychoanalysis for the wider culture, as well as its application to helping those struggling with severe disturbance.

Have a great month. As always, if you have questions or thoughts, please email me.