"A path to personal awareness and emotional health"
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C.G. Jung



Date:   Saturday, 16th February 2013

Attendees:   Wendy Riorden; Tamara Cohen; Tony Africano; Ken Milling and Andre Zanardo (from right to left in the photo below).

Topic:   Freely Associated


Ken Milling and the group addressed encounters in Psychoanalysis with Michael Eigen pages 93 to 126.

The PD format is essentially an opportunity for practitioners to share and discuss thoughts and ideas relating to any facet of clinical practice.

Michael Eigen is widely acknowledged as a profound psychoanalytic writer and clinical practitioner.  In a review of one of Eigen’s works, Christopher Bollas writes, “Eigen has not only assimilated the works of his intellectual tradition; they have traveled a dense journey into his unconscious and returned in the form of spontaneous original thinking…”  Eigen is Associate Clinical Professor of Psychology in the Post-Doctoral Program in Psychotherapy and Psychoanalysis at New York University, and Senior Member of the National Psychological Association of Psychoanalysis. He is also the editor of the Psychoanalytic Review.


Professional Development Meeting February 2013