Jessica Benjamin – The Wolf’s Dictionary: Predatory Profit and the Unconscious Assumption that “Only One Can Live”

Chicago Psychoanalytic Society Scientific Program: December 6th, 2017, at 7:00 p.m. Location: University Club, 76 E. Monroe St., corner of Michigan Ave., Chicago Admission is free. No reservations are required. “THE WOLF’S DICTIONARY:” PREDATORY PROFIT AND THE UNCONSCIOUS ASSUMPTION THAT “ONLY ONE CAN LIVE”​ Presenter: Jessica Benjamin, PhD In her talk, Benjamin draws connections between the […] Read more »

Chicago Psychoanalytic Society Lecture Series

Upcoming Public Programs (locations may vary; please check the website beforehand): For any questions: Call Jim Anderson, 312 957-0740, or email at j-anderson3@northwestern.edu All programs begin at 7pm Wednesday, December 6, 2017 Location: University Club, Monroe and Michigan Ave The Wolf’s Dictionary: Predatory Profit and the Unconscious Assumption that “Only One Can Live.” Presenter: Jessica Benjamin, PhD […] Read more »

12 Days (12 Jours) – Film and Discussion Oct. 14

The Psychotherapy Action Network (PsiAN;  https://psian.org/ ) and the Chicago Association for Psychoanalytic Psychology (CAPP; www.cappchicago.org/ ) are co-sponsoring a discussion following the film screening at the Chicago 53rd International Film Festival of:   Twelve Days (12 Jours)  Saturday October 14, 2017                6:15pm          $15.00 AMC River East 21 322 E. Illinois St, Chicago IL 60611   IFF Synopsis In […] Read more »

A Call For Inclusion

CAPP Presents: The Call for Inclusion: A Postmodern View of Intersecting Cultural Identifications and Gender Queer Identity Tuesday May 9, 2017  6-9pm Argosy University Chicago 225 N. Michigan Ave., #1300, Chicago, 60601 3 CE’s/CEU’s   What will be Discussed: The Chicago Association for Psychoanalytic Psychology (CAPP) is sponsoring a panel discussion which will explore issues related […] Read more »

Psychotherapy Activism Conference – Jan 27-29

Thinking of joining us for our psychotherapy activism conference in January? Let us know so we can better plan this important event. Be part of the movement to preserve access to psychotherapy for those who need it most! Advancing Psychotherapy for the Next Generation: Rehumanizing Mental Health Policy and Practice 27-29 January 2017 The Chicago […] Read more »

Alan Bass Fridays@CCP Jan. 20

Chicago Center for Psychoanalysis Fridays@CCP January 20, 2017 Alan Bass, PhD Why Sexuality for the Early Freud The Chicago School 325 N Wells, 4th floor Chicago 6:30-7pm: Registration and refreshments 7-9pm: Presentation and discussion Alan Bass, Ph.D, is a practicing analyst in New York City.  He is a member of the IPA, and is a […] Read more »

Understanding Hindu Women Through Sita

The Following Presentation is based upon a dissertation which won the 2016 Dissertation Award from Section III (Women & Psychoanalysis) of Division 39 CAPP Strives to create opportunity for students and Early Career professionals to develop their professional voice and contribute to the ongoing dialogue in psychoanalysis.  Multiculturalism and Women are two important perspectives emerging […] Read more »

Metaphor and the Reconfiguration of the Self in Psychodynamic and Arts Therapy

Metaphor and the Reconfiguration of the Self in Psychodynamic and Arts Therapy A CAPP Conversation with CEs Co-Sponsored by: Chicago Association for Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy Institute for Therapy Through the Arts Tuesday, September 20th, 8:30-10:00 am Institute for Therapy Through the Arts, 1702 Sherman, Evanston, IL 1.5 CEs for Psychologists, Social Workers, and Counselors Today’s presentation […] Read more »

Gossip: Telling Lies, Telling Truths, Telling the Difference

May 14, 2016 2-4pm Chicago School of Professional Psychology Gossip can be a way of tearing people down; shaming, scorning, abusing, bullying, ostracizing; it can drive victims into isolation, despair and suicide. But gossip can also be positive; in organizations, gossip can transmit culture and inform workers about whom to trust and what to expect.  […] Read more »

Psychodynamic Psychotherapy in the 21st Century: Why It Matters Now

The Institute for Clinical Social Work presents: Psychodynamic Psychotherapy in the 21st Century: Why it Matters Now April 6, 2016 6pm-8:30pm Join us  on Wednesday, April 6. for “Psychodynamic Psychotherapy in the 21st Century: Why it Matters Now,” four senior faculty of ICSW will discuss the importance of the psychodynamic clinical vision in these challenging […] Read more »