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Goergen, M.S. Fotopoulou, K. Mosri, D.F. Murawiec, S. Rios-Ruiz, E.J. Matthis, I. Gradwohl, G.&. (2015). Bulletin of the International Neuropsychoanalysis Society. Neuropsychoanalysis, 17(1):73-78.

(2015). Neuropsychoanalysis, 17(1):73-78

Bulletin of the International Neuropsychoanalysis Society

Maria Sonia Goergen, Katerina Fotopoulou, Daniela Flores Mosri, Sławomir Murawiec, Efrain J. Rios-Ruiz, Iréne Matthis and Gökçe Özkarar Gradwohl

Bulletin of the International Neuropsychoanalysis Society

Bulletin 29

This edition of our group reports from the world of neuropsychoanalysis presents some additional reasons for you to join in!

Our first Regional Bulletin editor, Irene Mathis, gives us a great summing-up of the intense work they keep going in Sweden. Similarly, the intensity of work and enthusiasm of Daniela Flores Mosri from the Neuropsychoanalysis Group in Mexico City and of Gökçe Özkarar-Gradwohl from the Turkish Neuropsychoanalysis Study Group makes me feel enthusiastic about the seeds we planted at the founding of our Society in the year 2000 – with these groups we are seeing the results of it! And of course Katerina Fotopoulou, writing from London, shows the steadily growing example of the success of bridges in between neuroscience and psychoanalysis that the active community there is engaged in.

And last but not least, new groups have joined us – giving us reason enough to carry on: a group in Puerto Rico led by Efrain J. Rios-Ruiz, and the Polish Neuropsychoanalysis Study Group led by Slawomir Murawiec. We look forward to tracking the developments of these new colleagues.

I look forward to seeing all of you at the 16th International Neuropsychoanalysis Congress “Plasticity and Repetition (And Other Topics)” in Amsterdam, July 9–12!

Maria Sonia Goergen

msonia12@gmail.com

The London Neuropsychoanalysis Group

The London Neuropsychoanalysis group is now in its seventh year, with a strong membership of about 130 professionals and students from several regions within the UK.

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