Pilgrim, Saint, Scholar, and Sinner
Artist: Samanta Batra Mehta
Exhibited: January 2021 – April 2022 at the Shrine Empire Gallery in New Delhi, India. Link>>
Mark Winborn – Whispering at the edges: Engaging ephemeral phenomena.
(2022). The Journal of Analytical Psychology, Vol. 67 (1), pp. 363–374.
We are pleased to present the following books our committee found most notable for their approach and insights into a range of critical, contemporary matters. They reflect an evolution of theory and modes of practice within the discipline of psychoanalysis. They expand our understanding of the transmission of trauma between individuals and within societal systems, and of how clinicians and supervisors can adapt to our changing, challenging environment.
Emotional Inheritance: A Therapist, Her Patients, and the Legacy of Trauma
Richard Frankel & Victor J. Krebs
Human Virtuality and Digital Life: Philosophical and Psychoanalytic Investigations
Historic Moment for Reflection
Ahron Friedberg & Sandra Sherman
Through a Screen Darkly: Psychoanalytic Reflections During the Pandemic
Shaul Bar-Haim, Elizabeth Sarah Coles, and Helen Tyson
Wild Analysis: From the Couch to Cultural and Political Life
Orit Badouk Epstein
Shame Matters: Attachment and Relational Perspectives for Psychotherapists
Caron Harrang, Drew Tillotson, and Nancy C. Winters
Body as Psychoanalytic Object: Clinical Applications from Winnicott to Bion and Beyond
Psychoanalysis and the Mind-Body Problem