Dr David Bell is past President of The Brish Psychoanalyc Society and a Consultant Psychiatrist in the Adult Department at the Tavistock where leads a specialist service (the Fitzjohn’s Unit) for the more complex cases. He is also Professorial Fellow at Birkbeck College, University of London.He
lectures and publishes widely on various subjects including the historical development of psychoanalyc concepts (Freud, Klein and Bion) and the psychoanalyc understanding of severe disorder and teaches Freud at the Brish psychoanalyc Society . For his enre professional career he has deeply involved himself in interdisciplinary studies (the relaon between psychoanalysis and literature, philosophy and socio-polical theory and has chaired a group of psychoanalysts and philosophers who have been meetinng for over 10 years). He has written numerous papers and chapters in books/monographs, edited two books, Reason and Passion and Psychoanalysis and Culture and wri0en one small book Paranoia. He is also one of the UK’s leading psychiatric experts in asylum and immigraon. He parcipated in the making of a DVD ‘Iago on the Couch’ where he is in
discussion with Simon Russell Beale and Terry Hands (past Director of the Royal Shakespeare Company) and was recently in discussion with Michael Sheen and Ian Rickson on Hamlet.
Thierry Bokanowski est membre titulaire formateur de la Société Psychanalytique de Paris (training and supervising analyst). Membre de l’Association Psychanalytique Internationale, il est ancien Rédacteur de la « Revue française de Psychanalyse », et ancien membre du « Comité des Publications de l’IPA ». Ancien Secrétaire Scientifique de l’Institut de Paris, il est actuellement le Président de la Commission d’Enseignement
de la S.P.P. Auteur de deux livres, dont l’un porte sur l’oeuvre de Ferenczi, et l’autre sur la « Pratique Analytique », il a publié plus de cent articles dans différentes revues psychanalytiques françaises et internationales, dont « The International Journal of Psycho-Analysis ».
Catalina Bronstein I am Visiting Professor at the Psychoanalysis Unit UCL, Training analyst of the British Psychoanalytical Society. I am a child and adult psychoanalyst. Trained as a psychiatrist in Argentina, as a child psychotherapist at the Tavistock Clinic and as an analyst at the British Psychoanalytical Society. Former London Editor of the International Journal of Psychoanalysis. I work (with adults and adolescents) in private practice and with adolescents at the Brent Adolescent Centre. Member of the Publications Cttee of the IPA and of the Education section of IJP. I edited book ‘Kleinian Theory. A Contemporary Perspective’. Currently I am in the process of finalizing editing two books : one on Psychosomatics and the other one (co editing) The New Klein-Lacan Dialogues to be published by Karnac.
Dr. Lawrence Brown is a graduate of the Boston Psychoanalytic Institute (BPSI) in both Child and Adult psychoanalysis and is a supervising child analyst there. He is on the faculty of BPSI as well as the Massachusetts Institute for Psychoanalysis. He has been on the North American Editorial Board of the International Journal of Psychoanalysis and is now on the Editorial Board of the Psychoanalytic Quarterly. Dr. Brown was Co-Chair of the Bion in Boston International Conference held in July, 2009. His book, Intersubjective Processes and the Unconscious: An Integration of Freudian, Kleinian and Bionian Perspectives, was published last year in the New Library of Psychoanalysis series by Routledge Press in early 2011 and another book, co-edited with Dr. Howard Levine, Growth and Turbulence in the Container/Contained, is soon to be published by Routledge. Dr. Brown has published papers on the Oedipus complex, trauma, countertransference dreams, and other topics.
Ronny Jaffè training analyst of the Italian Psychoanalytical Society and now responsible of the Committee of the Training analysts in Milan. I was vice president of the European Psychoanalytical Federation. Since August 2012 I am member of the IPA Ethical Committee. I was member of the Executive Committee of the Milan Centre of Psychoanalysis and responsible of the Clinical Service. I was member of the board of the Italian Review of Psychoanalysis. In the past I worked for several years in the Psychiatric service and in the Infantile Neuropsychiatric Service as individual and group psychotherapist ( I have a formation in the Italian Institute of group psychoanalysis based on the Bionian thought).
I have published several works on individual and group psychoanalysis and I was co-editor of the book “Caos, labirinto, villaggio”; the book deals on theory and technique of child group psychoanalysis.
Howard Levine is a member of APsa and the IPA, on the faculty at the Psychoanalytic Institute of New England, East (PINE) and Massachusetts Institute for Psychoanalysis (MIP), a supervising analyst at MIP, on the editorial boards of the IJP and Psychoanalytic Inquiry, on the Board of Directors of the IPA and practices psychoanalysis in Brookline, MA. He has authored many articles on psychoanalytic treatment and process and most recently is the co-editor along with Larry Brown of the book, Growth and Turbulence in the Container/Contained. Bion’s Continuing Legacy (Routledge, 2013) and along with Gail Reed and Dominique Scarfone, Unrepresented States and the Creation of Meaning (Karnac, 2013).
Patrick Miller Psychoanalyst, practicing in Paris. Founding member of S.P.R.F. in Paris, IPA training and supervising analyst.
Published a book in 2001 : « Le Psychanalyste pendant la séance », contributed to many collective books. The last one (2012) On Freud’s « On beginning the treatment »,IPA publication, my chapter : « How Emily silenced Freud into analytic listening », numerous papers, Member of CAPS, Princeton.
Antoine Nastasi est membre titulaire de la Société Psychanalytique de Recherche et de Formation. Il a été co rédacteur en chef de Psychanalyse et Psychose et est actuellement rédacteur en chef de la revue Esquisse(s). Psychanalyste au Centre Evelyne et Jean Kestemberg pendant 28 ans où il a mené des cures de patients psychotiques.
A écrit de nombreux articles dont beaucoup sont centrés sur le transfert et les processus d’élaboration dans les modes d’être psychotiques.
Leopold Nosek, Member of SBPSP, training analyst and teacher of child psychoanalysis since 1991 Editor of the SBPSP journal IDE, 1986-1992. Participant in the International Presidents’ Conference of Societies, 1989-1991 President of the Brazilian Federation of Societies, responsible for the current structure of the organization, 1990-1992 President of the SBPSP, 1993-1997. Editor of the International Psychoanalysis, IPA’s Newsletter, 1995-1997.
Participation on the IPA board as editor during part of the tenures of Horacio Etchegoyen and Oto Kernberg, 1995-1997. Member of the House of Delegates, 1996-1999. Fepal Publications Director, 2000-2002. Member of the IPA Board of Representatives, 2003-2007. Membership of IPA Committees: Appointments (Latin America), 1997 -1998, Financial Committee (Latin America), 2003-2005, Terror and Political Violence,2002-2005, Chair of Psychoanalysis and Culture, 2005-2009, Editor of the Brazilian Review of Psychoanalysis, 2004-2009 President of Fepal, 2010-2012.
Cultural Activities: Coordination of the “Freud: Conflict and Culture” Exhibit at the Museum of Art of Sao Paulo, the Modern Art Museum of Rio De Janeiro and Porto Alegre. Curator of the exhibits Psychoanalysis and Modernism in Brazil and Freud and Judaism at the same museums. Member of the committee on Terror and Political Violence and curator of the exhibit Pain, Form and Beauty at the Sao Paulo Pinacoteca. President of the Centro Cultural de Sao Paulo Support Association since 2003. Vice- president of the Brazilian Cinemateca 2006-2011, currently Executive Director.Articles published in Portuguese, Spanish, English, Italian. German.
David G. Power is a founding member, faculty, supervising analyst, and Past President at the Massachusetts Institute for Psychoanalysis (MIP). He is also a founding member of the Boston Group for Psychoanalytic Studies, Inc. (BGPS). He is a Clinical Instructor at Harvard Medical School and is in private practice in Cambridge, Massachusetts.