Film Screening and Discussion
BLACK PSYCHOANALYSTS SPEAK
Black Psychoanalysts Speak (D: Winograd, 2014) is an award-winning documentary based on interviews with 11 African-American psychoanalysts about their experiences in psychoanalytic training and practice. Historically, psychoanalysts have not been a diverse group of clinicians, and training has focused on treating the relatively privileged. This beginning-to-intermediate level event will explore issues of race and socioeconomic class in the psychoanalytic profession. Goals are (1) describe why African-Americans are underrepresented in psychoanalytic practice, (2) state two ways that race impacts the psyche, and (3) describe ways that psychoanalysis might be made more relevant to people of color. 2 CE/CEU/PDs (No CMEs)
Facilitators:Ryan Parker, LCSW completed her master’s research on contemporary White Americans’ internalized representations and associations to slavery in the U.S. She previously facilitated study groups about racial issues. JoAnn Ponder, PhD published a journal article about the intergenerational transmission of prejudice and elitism in psychoanalysis and a book chapter about treating children who lost mothers, including racial issues in the dynamics. Both facilitators treat children and adults.
Date/Time: Thursday, 03/10/2016 7:30-9:30pm
Location: JoAnn Ponder’s home, 6205 Augusta National Dr., Austin, TX 78746
Contact: JoAnn Ponder 512-496-8244 email@example.com
Altman, N. (2006). Whiteness. The Psychoanalytic Quarterly, 75: 45-72.
Hamer, F. (2002). Guards at the gate: Race, resistance, and psychic reality. Journal of the American Psychoanalytic Association, 50: 1219-1237.
Leary, K. (1995). “Interpreting in the dark”: Race and ethnicity in psychoanalytic psychotherapy. Psychoanalytic Psychology, 12: 127-140.
Leary, K. (1997). Race, self-disclosure, and "forbidden talk": Race and ethnicity in contemporary clinical practice. Psychoanalytic Quarterly, 66: 163-189.
Leary, K. (2007). Racial insult and repair. Psychoanalytic Dialogues, 17: 539-549.
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