Meet the Author: Steven Cooper
Building on Winnicott’s theory of play, Playing and Becoming in Psychoanalysis defines the concept of play from the perspective of clinical practice, elaborating on its application to clinical problems.
Entering Night Country: Lessons from Orpheus
Death haunts human life. We cope by seeking a tolerable place between denial and terror. COVID, and overlapping existential threats, bring this struggle to the surface. Psychoanalysis believes that truth offers freedom. But how do we look at the truth of death, when our own mortality, and that of those we hold dear, feels intolerable?
Promoting Social Emotional Development Post-COVID in Children From Birth to Five
Children at different developmental levels experience the multiple stresses caused by the pandemic and its disruptions in different ways. How do we differentiate between developmental symptoms and necessary adaptations of young children in an educational setting?
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Our Commitment to Anti-Racism
Our Anti-Racism pledge is a public commitment to acknowledge the history of race and racism as a shared problem that must be addressed by psychoanalysis, as a fundamental issue of human rights, and to give sustained attention to values, priorities, and efforts to achieve meaningful change.
Anton O. Kris
The Kris family invites you to give a gift in honor of Tony by contributing to the newly established Anton O. Kris Visiting Scholar Program at BPSI.
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