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Matthis, I. Zellner, M. Özkarar, G. (2007). Istanbul Neuro-Psychoanalysis Study Group. Neuropsychoanalysis, 9(2):232-232.

(2007). Neuropsychoanalysis, 9(2):232-232

Istanbul Neuro-Psychoanalysis Study Group

Edited by:
Iréne Matthis, Maggie Zellner

Gökge Özkarar

This year the Istanbul Neuro-Psychoanalysis Study Group focused on activities that will spread the neuropsychoanalytic approach among the specialists in Istanbul and interdisciplinary brainstorming and further research.

1.   On 24 January 2007, the first panel of the Turkish Psychological Association Istanbul Branch was organized by our group. The panel “Neuro-Psychoanalysis in Istanbul!” was directed by Professor Giiler Fis, ek from the Psychology Department of Bogazici University. Speakers included clinical psychologist Fatma Gokce Ozkarar from Nisan Psychotherapy Center and psychiatrist Saffet Murat Tura from Imago Psychotherapy Center. Ozkarar presented an introductory overview of the neuropsychoanalytic approach to body-mind dualism, how Eastern philosophy of mind can provide wholeness for the approach, and how neuropsychoanalysis can be implemented in psychotherapeutic settings. On the other hand, Tura discussed the main epistemological problem of neuropsychoanalytic approaches and how quantum physics may be utilized to understand body-mind dualism. About 60 participants from different disciplines and affiliations attended the panel, and their questions and comments contributed to the integration of knowledge.

2.   On 15 March 2007, §eyma Dogramaci, the director of Nisan Psychotherapy Center, invited Serkant Cetin, a doctor of physics at Dogus University, to give an introductory seminar to psychotherapists about quantum physics.

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