Phantasy, Dreaming and Awakening in Psychoanalysis
Donald L. Carveth, Ph.D., RP, FIPA
As Lewin (1955) pointed out, instead of building its metapsychology on the basis of neurotic conflict, psychoanalysis might have centered on the psychology of dreaming and unconscious phantasy. We invite “dreamers” to lie down in a quiet, dimly lit room and engage in a dreamy dialogue in order to help them wake up. This thesis will be supported both theoretically and clinically.
About the Presenter
Donald L Carveth, Ph.D., RP, FIPA is Emeritus Professor of Sociology and Social & Political Thought at York University in Toronto. He is a training and supervising analyst in the Canadian Institute of Psychoanalysis, past Director of the Toronto Institute of Psychoanalysis, and past Editor-in-Chief of the Canadian Journal of Psychoanalysis/Revue Canadienne de Psychanalyse. He is the author of The Still Small Voice: Psychoanalytic Reflections on Guilt and Conscience (Karnac, 2013) and Psychoanalytic Thinking: A Dialectical Critique of Contemporary Theory and Practice (Routledge, 2018). Many of his publications are available at http://www.yorku.ca/dcarveth. His video-lectures on psychoanalysis may be found at www.youtube.com/doncarveth. He is in private practice in Toronto.
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