"A Conversation" with Edgar Levenson, MD
Facilitated by Susan Warshaw, Division President
Online registration has closed. Onsite registration will be available.
If you don’t know his work, come, learn and be prepared for a treat. If you do, come, learn and be prepared for a treat.
Join us for a light dinner, and a conversation with one of the most distinguished psychoanalysts of our time. Dr. Levenson, at the age of 90, will share his clinical wisdom, his perspective on the current state of psychoanalysis, his lifelong fascination with the psychoanalytic process and the process of change, and as is usually the case with Ed, a few surprises.
- Fellow Emeritus,Training & Supervisory Analyst and Faculty, William Alanson White Institute;
- Faculty & Supervisor, NYU Postdoctoral Program;
- Honorary Fellow, Postgraduate Center for Mental Health;
- Honorary Member, American Psychoanalytic Association;
- Life Fellow, American Academy of Psychoanalysis;
- Distinguished Life Fellow, American Psychiatric Association;
- Author of “The Fallacy of Understanding,” The Ambiguity of Change, The Purloined Self, and over 100 published articles
- 2006 recipient of the Mary S. Sigourney Award.
“Dr. Levenson, a leader in the interpersonal field, is an original mind and a creative and imaginative contributor to psychoanalytic literature. He has been largely responsible for our understanding of the unconscious impact of analyst and patient on each other and has pioneered studying and writing about interactive processes in analysis...” -- From the Sigourney site
Registration includes a light supper. All are invited to attend.
$20 Psychoanalysis Division Members
$45 NYSPA Members Not in the Division (Includes division membership)
$20 Psychoanalytic Candidates (Identify your training institute)
$20 Early Career Members
$15 Students (Identify your school/degree program)