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Meeting Review & Response: Life, Liberty and the Pursuit of Wholeness

BY NANCY BURKE, VICE-PRESIDENT, ISPS-US, CO-CHAIR, PSIAN VP@isps-us.org People don’t like to think that Freud was right when he described them – us – as walking pinball machines of contradiction, our paths the sum-total of the many forces within us … Continue reading

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Finding Meaning in “Madness”

When someone is “mad” or “psychotic,” should the people around them try to make sense of their experience and of what they are saying? Or should the person be taken to professionals who will listen only in order to diagnose … Continue reading

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Videos from the November ISPS-US Conference

We had a great conference this past November in Portland Oregon!  In case you missed it, below are some links to a few of the presentations that got recorded and released onto YouTube. You might want to start with the … Continue reading

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“Psychosis: Key Psychoanalytic Concepts” with Danielle Knafo

Danielle Knafo Ph.D. is a leader in the field of psychoanalytic approach to psychosis, so I’m very pleased she was the presenter for the ISPS-US webinar, “Psychosis: Key Psychoanalytic Concepts” that took place on 6/28/17.  See below for the recording. … Continue reading

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Reflections on Compassion and Uncertainty at ISPS 2015

In the Mad in America blog posts by Noel Hunter and by Sandy Steingard, there have already been great reports on ISPS 2015, but I would like to share my own thoughts about what was most significant and directions for … Continue reading

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