Monthly Archives: October 2011

The Uncanny in Psychosis

Just listening to Jeffrey Gehring’s Case Presentation and he referred to an incident of the uncanny in his work. At least a dozen of us raised our hands to comment about our own experiences of uncanny experiences in working with … Continue reading

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Welcome to the Conference

The ISPS-US annual conference is underway in beautiful San Francisco at the lovely Fort Mason Center. Our past-president, Ann-Louise Silver, MD, is going to be one of our guest bloggers for the conference. So stay tuned for Ann-Louise’s comments throughout … Continue reading

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OMG: Talking to “schizophrenics” helps them!!

Oh no, I want to be happy                                           and I am really quite glad that Benedict Carey has FINALLY got around to publishing an article about the effectiveness of psychotherapy for people diagnosed with schizophrenia. This is a welcome message, … Continue reading

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Getting ready for San Francisco Meeting

Excitement is really building for the next annual meeting of ISPS-US in San Francisco October 14-16 at the Fort Mason Center. Last year I attempted to do some live blogging from the conference, but the rural area made Internet access … Continue reading

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