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(2017). Bulletin of the International Neuropsychoanalysis Society. Neuropsychoanalysis, 19(1):117-121.

(2017). Neuropsychoanalysis, 19(1):117-121

Society Proceedings

Bulletin of the International Neuropsychoanalysis Society

Bulletin 33

Hello, dear pals in neuropsychoanalysis. It is ever so rewarding to see groups working towards our main target: building bridges in between fields. And this you can read in the reports that follow.

We understand the great effort to get out of one’s comfort zone of mother language towards a common one – if you are not a native English speaker, we are still together in the same issue; we get help from English-language natives! In this bulletin, we have reports from some countries’ first time engagers – we welcome our new Irish and Russian colleagues. And this bulletin welcomes you all. To submit information on new groups, or provide updated information on an existing group, so we can list you accurately on the Neuropsychoanalysis Association website, please visit https://npsa-association.org/regional-group-info-submission/.

I’m happy that we begin the countdown in 2017 towards our meeting in London in July. Looking forward to see you at the Society assembly over lunch time at the congress!

With warm thanks,

Maria Sonia Goergen

Msonia12@gmail.com

Bulletin Editor

Belgium: Brussels NPSA Group

Sandrine Detandt (sdetandt@ulb.ac.be) defended her PhD thesis in neuropsychoanalysis with success on December 15, 2016. Title: “From jouissance to wanting: an empirical study on addiction at the interface of clinical and experimental approaches.” To see details with pictures: http://www.arianebazan.be/?page_id=129

A paper by Ariane Bazan is in press in the International Journal of Psychoanalysis: “Alpha synchronization as a brain model for unconscious defense: An overview of the work of Howard Shevrin and team.

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