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Schellekes, S. (2013). Dor dor vedorshav (Each generation and its teachers). PEP Videostream, 1(1):2.

(2013). PEP Videostream, 1(1):2

Dor dor vedorshav (Each generation and its teachers)

Directed by:
Shai Schellekes, Ph.D.

Produced by:
Shai Schellekes, Ph.D.

Directorial Assistant:
Efrat Rasner

Ten prominent members of the Israel Psychoanalytic Society, representing different “generations” of psychoanalytic training, share memories, experiences and observations from their days of training at the institute. Expressing their personal views of the Israel Psychoanalytic Society today, its evolution over the years (thus enabling an historical perspective of its evolving organizational culture), the “political” controversies between its members, and its involvement in the country’s social and political life. Also - they relate to their own personal ties with psychoanalysis.

The interviewed Psychoanalysts (in order of appearance) are: Dr. Abigail Golomb, Prof. Shmuel Erlich, Ms. Sandra Halevi, Mr. Ra'anan Kulka, Dr. Ofra Eshel, Dr. Yecheskiel Cohen, Prof. Emanuel Berman, Mr. Robert Schonberger, Ms. Dalit Even, Dr. Itamar Lurie.

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