CIPS NewsBriefs - Winter 2022
PINC: Publications, Awards, Important Speaking Engagements
Reporter: Drew Tillotson, PsyD, FIPA
Mary T. Brady, PhDPublications
- Brady, M.T. (2021). “Daddy’s Head is Broken”: The Treatment of Children of Severe Alcoholics. Psychoanalytic Study of the Child, 74, 234-248.
- Brady, M.T. (2021). Learning to surf: Analyzing adolescents. In J. Salberg (ed.) Psychoanalytic Credos: Personal and Professional Journeys of Psychoanalysts. Routledge.
- Brady, M.T. (2021). Scenes from a Film Group. The American Psychoanalyst. Volume 56, No. 1.
- Brady, M.T. (2021). Bazi Anoreksiya Vakalarinda Gorulen Bir Ergenlik Duslemic: Anneyi Yiyip Bitirme Korkusu, (An adolescent fantasy in some cases of anorexia: Fear of eating up the mother). In (ed. Tijen Demirors) Siddet ve Yikicilik (Violence and Destruction), pp. 137-144.
- July 31, 2021: International Psychoanalytic Association Congress Discussant: Infantile Longings and ‘the Child Within’ the Adult, with Andrea Celenza (US) and Stanley Coen (US)
- July 25, 2021: International Psychoanalytic Association Congress Presenter: The Oblivious Object, with Anne Alvarez (UK) and Jeanne Magagna (UK)
- July 22, 2021: International Psychoanalytic Association Congress Chair: Transformations in Playing, with Elena Molinari (Italy), Robert Oelsner (USA/Argentina), Violet Pietrantonio (Italy)
- May 21, 2021: The International Institute for Psychoanalytic Training Presented: Braving the Erotic Field in the Treatment of Adolescents
Julie Gerhardt, PhDPublications
- Gerhardt, J. (2020). The Traumatic No man’s land of Psychic Devastation: Beyond Mourning and Melancholia. Psychoanalytic Perspectives. 17:84-100.
- Gerhardt, J. (2021). The traumatic no-man’s land of Psychic Devastation: Beyond Mourning and Melancholia. In S. Ringel (Ed.). Loss, grief and transformation: The therapist’s personal experience in psychotherapy and psychoanalysis. NY: Routledge, Relational Perspectives book series.
Michael Korson, MFTPublications Korson, M. (2021). Antinomies: Shared trauma, unequal privilege, and psychoanalysis in the time of plague. Psychoanalysis: Self and Context, 16:3, 292-295.
Sharon Neuwald, DPH, FIPA
Book: Oklahoma Pride: Working Together for the Well-being of All Oklahomans.
Published by a group of Oklahomans, this book addresses some of the state’s greatest challenges around health and the important relationships between health, education and the economy. The project is led by OU alumnus, civic leader and philanthropist Gene Rainbolt, who wanted to create a book that used art to initiate a dialogue about the reality of these challenges and ways to curb the fallout – an idea that inspired an innovative interdisciplinary collaboration between the arts and public health communities at OU.
Combining the students’ artwork with public health expertise provided by Raskob and Cline, lead writer and OU alumna and PINC graduate Sharon Neuwald took Rainbolt’s vision to create a profound and touching depiction of health outcomes and determinants using real-time statistics.
Drew Tillotson, PsyD, FIPAPublications
- Harrang, C, Tillotson, D, Winters, N. (2021). Editors: Body as psychoanalytic object: clinical applications from Winnicott to Bion and beyond. New York & London: Routledge.
- Tillotson, D. (2021). Body as enemy: The risk of coming alive. In: Body as psychoanalytic object: clinical applications from Winnicott to Bion and beyond. New York & London: Routledge.
- July 30, 2021 – IPA Congress Online – Presenter. “The power of the infantile: countertransference in times of COVID-19.” Chair: Anna Christopoulos, Greece. Presenters: Michael Brück, Germany, Sylvia T. Pupo-Netto, Brazil, Drew Tillotson, United States, Laura Ravaioli, Italy
- APsaA Winter Meetings – February 28, 2021 – Moderator North American Psychoanalytic Confederation (NAPsaC). “Clinical Experience.” Panelists: Michael Diamond PhD; Martin Gauthier MD; Cordelia Schmidt-Hellerau PhD
- October – December 2021 – Faculty South Bay Community for Psychoanalytic Study Extended Study Series: “What’s Going On? Race, Culture, Trauma and the Collective Unconscious.” Segment: “Bodies-Minds in Disappeared Time: Collective Trauma in Analytic Space”
Ortal Kirson-Trilling, PsyD“The binds that bond; Disavowed vulnerability in couples with early relational trauma”. Accepted for publication in Couple and Family Psychoanalysis
Tom Wooldridge, PsyD, FIPAPublications
- Wooldridge, T. (2021). Abjection, traumatic themes, and alexithymia in anorexia nervosa. Contemporary Psychoanalysis, 57(2), 327 – 353.
- Wooldridge, T. (2021). Anorexia nervosa and the paternal function. Journal of the American Psychoanalytic Association, 69(1), 7-32.
- Wooldridge, T. (2021). Alexithymia, meaning-making, and management: Response to Novack. Psychoanalytic Dialogues, 31(2), 197 – 204.
- Co-Editor: Psychoanalytic Inquiry, 41:8. (Co-editors Nancy Burke, Linda Michaels, Janice Muhr)
- Wooldridge (2021) Prologue: Advancing Psychotherapy for the Next Generation: Rehumanizing Mental Health Policy and Practice, Psychoanalytic Inquiry, 41:8, 555-557, DOI: 10.1080/07351690.2021.1983381