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Buchholz, M.B. Kächele, H. (2018). Teaching research methods to psychoanalysts: Experiences from PSAID. Int. Forum Psychoanal., 27(2):114-120.

(2018). International Forum of Psychoanalysis, 27(2):114-120

Teaching research methods to psychoanalysts: Experiences from PSAID

Michael B. Buchholz and Horst Kächele

Here we introduce the dissertation program PSAID (Postgraduate Studies for the Advancement of Individual Dissertations), conducted at the International Psychoanalytic University in Berlin, Germany. We tell stories about our experience: about a wish to sum up in a dissertation after long years of clinical practice what has been learnt in diving deeply into human experience; about the fear of losing one’s identity when something new is to be learned, either planning a research study or conducting an interview that has not clinical but research-driven orientations; about the “biography of theory” – what motivates therapists to make a choice between psychoanalysis or cognitive-behavioral therapy; about how the experience of listening changes when you do not hear a voice but read a transcript and understand how many details allude to a relationship and influence your perception and thinking; about the experience of seeing a voice visualized on an audiogram; about summing up certain characteristics of “situations” in the consulting room. We propose not only to distinguish “online/offline” research, but to include “situationism” as a third concept.

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