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Zellner, M. (2010). CEINP—Center for Studies and Research in Neuro-Psychoanalysis São Paulo. Neuropsychoanalysis, 12(2):231-231.
(2010). Neuropsychoanalysis, 12(2):231-231
Bulletin of the International Neuropsychoanalysis Society
CEINP—Center for Studies and Research in Neuro-Psychoanalysis São Paulo
Edited by Maggie Zellner
BULLETIN 22: INTRODUCTION
Colleagues around the world are inviting speakers, reading papers, generating empirical research, integrating neuroscientific findings and psychoanalytic approaches into clinical treatment—and more. Read on to learn the details! And if you are interested in forming or joining a regional group, please let us know and we'll do everything we can to get you on the road to neuropsychoanalytic collaboration.
The CEINP's Journey was created in 2010, with the aim of familiarization with basic concepts of theories related to neuropsychoanalysis. This exploration of points of connection between the fields of neuroscience and psychoanalysis leads to proposed changes in both theoretical and practical approaches. Our first meeting was on 10 April, and we had more than 70 participants.
The Journey of CEINP in 2010 proposes to address the presentation and discussion of theoretical references and an indication of broad clinical practice, from transdisciplinary viewpoints, through expanding the limits of understanding of the functions and dynamics of neuroscience. This allows for elaborating metaphysical meaning (ontology) where there was primarily physical meaning. Adapting new theories, new knowledge, and new models does not necessarily mean replacing the old values, but extending them by adding new ones; this is our focus.
In October 2010, just after the Journey, we are also preparing another meeting in association with the Brazilian PsychoanalysisSociety—Section São Paulo (SBPSP) on Family Therapy assistance, when some members of CEINP will discuss clinical cases with the Rukha Institute.
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