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Piacentini, T.C. Andersson, M. (1993). Reports and Brief Communications. Int. Forum Psychoanal., 2(2):125-126.
   

(1993). International Forum of Psychoanalysis, 2(2):125-126

Reports and Brief Communications

Teresa Corsi Piacentini and Monica Andersson

News from Associazione di Studi Psicoanalitici, Milano, Italy

From the 16th to the 18th October we held the ASP Annual Conference in Fiesole (Florence). All our members participated, as did most of the students attending our Scuola di Psicoanalisi Psicoanalitica. These three days were packed with stimulating ideas and discussion; a fair percentage of the papers presented elaborated or touched on topics already discussed in Munich or regarded themes programmed for the 1994 IFPS Congress. The subject-matter presented unfailingly gave rise to lively discussion, which also included some reflections on our magazine “I Quaderni del ASP”.

From the 26th to the 28th November an International Conference took place in Genova, organised by psychoanalysts from the “Società Italiana di Psicoanalisi” [Italian Society of Psychoanalysis] (SPI), the Jungian “Associazione Italiana di Psicologia Analitica” [the Italian Association of Analytical Psychology] (AIPA) and our own ASP. On this occasion too the great majority of us were present and some of our members presented papers for discussion.

Activities of the Swedish Society for Holistic Psychotherapy and Psychoanalysis in 1992

February Thursday seminar: A discussion concerning the primal scene, bisexuality and structures behind. Ludvig Igra opened the discussion with a Swedish version of his lecture “The Silent Kill; Male and Female Destructiveness in the Psychoanalytic Process”.
March Thursday seminar: The second evening of discussion concerning the primal scene, bisexuality and structures behind. Jan Stensson opened with a Swedish version of his paper “Sexual Identity and the Choice of Sexual Object”.
  Clinical seminar with Donald Meltzer, Oxford, England. Three members from our society presented clinical material.
May Agneta Sohlberger presented clinical material at a seminar together with the Swedish Psychoanalytic society.
  Weekend seminar: The society was visited by Christopher Bollas from the British Psychoanalytical Society, who read three papers: “The Structure of Evil”, “The Erotic Transference”, and “The Use of the Analysts Free Associations”. Christopher Bollas also supervised case presentations in two smaller groups.
October Thursday seminar: Christer Sjödin presented Daniel Sterns book: The Interpersonal World of the Infant. Together with members of Therapeia we attended a theatre performance based on Winnicott's book The Piggle.
  Lecture in co-operation with the Swedish Psychoanalytical society: Fred Pine from the American Psychoanalytical Association read a paper with the title: “Separation—Individuation. Theory Critiqued, Defended and Revised”.
November Bengt Warren presented clinical material at a case seminar together with the Swedish Psychoanalytical Society. Clinical seminar with Donald Meltzer. Three members from our society presented clinical material.
December Thursday seminar: Ludvig Igra read a paper entitled “The Body and the Transference; Reflections about Psychosomatics Seen from the Perspective of Two Psychoanalyses”.

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