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Ringdal, E. (1994). Norway. Scand. Psychoanal. Rev., 17(1):75.

(1994). Scandinavian Psychoanalytic Review, 17(1):75

Norway

Esther Ringdal

14 January Judy Gammelgaard (Copenhagen): They suffer mostly from reminiscenses.
13 Februar Isca Wittenberg (London): Containing the baby in infant-observation and adult therapy. Presentation of clinical material.
30 March Panel-discussion: The psychoanalyst in the public health system. Hjalmar Havnegjerde, Solfrid Kjus, Steinar Lorentzen.
27 April Karin Solheim: Clinical material for discussion.
11 May Michael Šebek (Prague): Aggression in the Society and on the couch.
15 June Bjørn Killingmo: Why did Hedvig shoot herself and not the wild duck? Some psychoanalytic views on Ibsen's drama.
7 September Olafur Hallgrimson: Forgotten theory.
21 September Ragnhild Målfrid Østebøvik Kvam: Analysis of the sibling of an incurably ill child.
5 October Judith Trowell (London): Looking for conceptual frameworks. The value of conflict in child analysis.
2 November Per Høglend: Transference interpretations and their effects on therapy; specific long-term results.
23 November Espen Bjerke: Victim of fate? Presentation of the concept “Fate-neurosis” and discussion of clinical material.
7 December Olav Brodwall: Causerie of Sigbjørn Obstfelder

Seminar:

Eric Brenman led a clinical seminar of two days, and Irma Brenman Pick a seminar in child psychotherapy in cooperation with the Norwegian association for psychoanalytic psychotherapy with children.

By the end of 1992, the Society had 37 members, 14 associate members and 59 candidates.

The reorganization of the structure of the Society and the Training Institute, and the revision of the Laws and Regulations were agreed on at the Extraordinary General Assembly in January 93.

A committee appointed by the Board of the Society worked on the revision of the training regulations. Their report, “The Psychoanalytic Study” was discussed by members and candidates and will be presented to the General Assembly in March 1994.

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