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Dr. Rappoport brings intention, awareness, and expression to the somato-sensory dimensions and relational affective rhythms in the transference- countertransference matrix. Clinically, she enters into the implicit “ language " of sensations, nervous system arousal levels, and e-motions (affects in motion) of multiple self-state configurations. Applying attachment informed psychobiological approaches in conjunction with with affective neuropsychoanalytic concepts, specifically Mark Solms' concept of the “conscious id.” Dr. Rappoport provides clinical vignettes in which she and her patients meet, co- regulate, and sometimes collide from the “inside out” and "outside in” across multiple registers of experience. Through shared neural states and sensorial felt senses, inchoate, fragmented states are accessed, linked and re-renegotiated. In the relational field, subjectively embodied communications of patient and analyst continuously shape and co-create the terms of implicit and explicit engagement that is unique to each analytic dyad.
Evelyn Rappoport PsyD, a graduate of the NYU Postdoctoral Program in Psychotherapy and Psychoanalysis, is a licensed psychologist, psychoanalyst, somatic practitioner, and trauma resolution specialist who treats individuals, couples and families in her private practice. She is clinical supervisor at the National Institute of Psychotherapies, Manhattan Institute, CPPNJ, MIP and the Graduate Center of City University, and also visiting faculty and supervisor at Hadassah Medical School, Department of Psychiatry, Jerusalem, Israel. She leads private supervision groups and workshops on integrating relational psychoanalysis with somatic and psychobiological approaches, as well as on embodied couples treatment. She has written “Creating the Umbilical Cord: Relational Knowing and the Somatic Third " in Psychoanalytic Dialogues (2012), 22 375-388, and a chapter entitled Dynamic Linking of Psyche and Soma in Bressler, J. and Starr, K (eds.) 2015, Relational psychoanalysis and psychotherapy integration: An evolving synergy.
$20 Psychoanalysis Division Members
$45 NYSPA Members not in Division (includes 2015 division membership)
$20 Psychoanalytic Candidates (must identify training institute)
$20 Early Career Members
$15 Students (must identify school/degree program
$60 Non-NYSPA Members
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