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When Stress Causes Pain

Presented by the NYU Postdoctoral Program & Psychophysiologic Disorders Association (PPDA)

Save the date! Saturday, October 6, 2012, 8:30 a.m. - 5:30 p.m.

New York Academy of Medicine (Fifth Avenue at 103rd St.)

The PPDA is dedicated to educating practitioners about the use of psychotherapy to relieve pain and other physical symptoms. For more information email Frances Sommer Anderson, PhD

The Conference for Lifetime Achievement
  • Presented by: Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy Study Center

  • Honoring: Frank Lachmann, PhD

  • Featuring discussants: Anne Eisenstein, LCSW, Frances LaBarre, PhD, and Susan B. Sherman, DSW

  • Moderator: Rebecca Harrington, LCSW

  • Award Presenter: Shake' Topalian MA., APRN, BC

Saturday, May 5th, 2012, 10 a.m. - 2 p.m.

NYU Kimmel Center
9th Floor, 60 Washington Square South (between Thompson Street and LaGuardia Place)
New York City, NY

Register now. Note: Please note early registration discounts

Frank Lachmann has been a major contributor to Contemporary Psychoanalysis and Self Psychology. In their joint work, Frank Lachmann and Beatrice Beebe enriched psychoanalysis by providing life-long principles of the organization of experience, derived from empirical infant studies, offering new ways of understanding and transforming the analyst-patient relationship.

Dr. Lachmann has drawn on his love of music to uniquely inform the analytic process. Utilizing master classes taught by Isaac Stern, and the music of Wagner and Stravinsky, he discovered illustrations of cross-modal transfer and violations of expectations. As a writer, scholar, teacher, and supervisor, Frank Lachmann has continued to surpass our expectations with humor, complexity, a depth of tradition, and breadth of innovation.

Lachmann has authored over 100 publications and books written individually and collaboratively with Beatrice Beebe, Jim Fosshage, Joe Lichtenberg and Bob Stolorow. He is the author of Transforming Aggression: Psychotherapy with the Difficult-to-Treat Patient and Transforming Narcissism: Reflections on Empathy, Humor, and Expectations.

Dr. Lachmann will present two papers: "Chills, Thrills, Goosebumps and Therapeutic Action," a multi-media presentation on affective communication, and an autobiographical account, "How I Became Me."

For more information, please call PPSC at (212) 633-9162 or visit the PPSC website.

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