Neuro-Psycho-Education

Neuro-Psycho-Education

Neuropsychoeducation blog by Inna Rozentsvit

Presentations

The following are my presentations in the field of Neuro-Psychoeducation and Psychoanalysis. The list will be updated soon to include the most recent events.

I often present together with Victoria Grinman and Sandra Indig.

  • 19th International Congress for Group Therapy and Group Process – in Rovinj, Croatia, August 30-September 5, 2015.

    Power-point presentation: In Mind’s Great Economy, Nothing Goes to Waste: Neuroplasticity and Neurointegration as Tools for Post-traumatic Growth Phenomenon.

  • 2015 International Psychohistorical Association Congress – in NYC, June 3-5, 2015.

    Panel (with Victoria Grinman and Sandra Indig): The Post-Traumatic Growth: The Wisdom of the Mind; Its Clinical and Neuropsychoanalytic Vicissitudes

  • 2015 International Sandor Ferenczi Conference – in Toronto, Canada; May 7-10, 2015.

    Symposium/ panel (with Victoria Grinman and Sandra Indig): The Post-Traumatic Growth: The Wisdom of the Mind; Its Clinical and Neuropsychoanalytic Vicissitudes.

  • 2015 Winter Series at East European Institute of Psychoanalysis – in St. Petersburg, Russia; March 18, 2015.

    Power-point presentation: In Mind’s Great Economy, Nothing Goes to Waste: Neuroplasticity and Neurointegration as Tools for Post-traumatic Growth Phenomenon.

  • 2015 (Winter) NSU Interdisciplinary Meeting of “Psychoanalysis in Our Time” Interdisciplinary Cycle: Psychoanalysis and Science – in Tallinn, Estonia; March 13-15, 2015.

    Panel (with Victoria Grinman and Sandra Indig): Back to the Future of Psychoanalysis: From Neurology and Neuropathology – to Psychoanalysis – and Back to Neuroscience.

  • 2014 Annual Congress of the International Psychohistorical Association – in NYC; June 2014.

    Individual power-point presentation: Dreaming the Memories of Our Parents: Understanding Neurobiology of Transgenerational Trauma and the Capacities for Its Healing

  • 2014, XVIII Congress of the International Forum of Psychoanalytic Societies (IFPS) – in Kaunas, Lithuania; September 17-19, 2014.

    Panel (with Victoria Grinman and Sandra Indig): The Post-Traumatic Growth: The Wisdom of the Mind; Its Clinical and Neuropsychoanalytic Vicissitudes

  • 2014, 45th Annual NYSSCSW Educational Conference: Facing Impasses: Identification and Working Through – in New York, NY; May 10, 2014.

    Panel (with Victoria Grinman and Sandra Indig): Impasses and Neuropsychoeducation: Fringe Benefits for Clinical Practice.

  • 2013-2014 – Series of four power-point presentations for Psychoanalysis, Arts, and Creativity (PAC) Working Group (http://www.psychartcreativity.org/):

    1. The Beholder’s Share: The Brain, the Mind, and the Visual & Emotional Perception.

    2. Neurobiology for Psychoanalysts and Psychotherapists: Neuroplasticity, Neurogenesis, Neurointegration, Brain Laterality; Neuro-Economy, and Other Concepts.

  • 2012-2013 and 2013-2014 – Series of workshops at the NYSSCSW Committee for Creativity and Neurobiology: Reading Eric Kandel’s The Age of Insight: The Quest to Understand the Unconscious in Art, Mind, and Brain – co-directed with Sandra Indig.

    • 1st workshop (4-14-2013): The Age of Insight by Eric R. Kandel: The First Two Chapters – Discovering Hidden Truths.

    • 2nd workshop (5-5-2013): Exploring Brain-Mind relationships, “brain-based” psychology, dynamic psychology, and search for inner meaning in art and literature – Chapters 3-7.

    • 3rd workshop (6-2-2013): Exploring Brain-Mind relationships, (including the brain as a “creativity machine”), the “beholder’s share”, as well as representation of psyche, eroticism, aggression, anxiety, and women sexuality in art – Chapters 8-12.

    • 4th workshop (11-17-2013): The depiction of the psyche in art and the fusion of aggression, anxiety, and eroticism in art (Chap. 9-10). Discovering the beholders share (Chap. 11). Observation is also invention: brain as a creativity machine (Chap.12). The emergence of the 20th century painting (Chap.13).

    • 5th workshop (1-14-2014): Biology of the Beholder’s Visual Response to Art.

    • 6th workshop (3-30-2014): The Beholder’s Share: The Brain, the Mind, and the Visual & Emotional Perception.

  • 2013, 23rd Annual Interdisciplinary Conference of the International Forum of Psychoanalytic Education (IFPE): Transience and Permanence – in Philadelphia (PA); October 31-November 2, 2013.

    Panel (with Victoria Grinman, Esther Heitner, Natalie Riccio): Analytic Hour, Time Experiences, and Their Neurobiological Vicissitudes.

  • 2012, 22nd Annual Interdisciplinary Conference of the International Forum of Psychoanalytic Education (IFPE): Sustainable Psychoanalysis: Embracing Our Future, Preserving Our Past – in Portland (OR); November 2-4, 2012.

    Panel (with Victoria Grinman, Esther Heitner, Natalie Riccio): Back to the Future of Psychoanalysis: From Neurology and Neuropathology – to Psychoanalysis, and Back to Neuroscience.

  • 2010, 41st Annual Northeastern Educational Research Association (NERA) conference: Building Research Partnerships – in Rocky Hill, Connecticut, October 20-22, 2010.

    Panel (with Victoria Grinman, Lisa Novemsky, Victoria Núñez, Barbara Rosenfeld, and Robinson Lilienthal): Ethics Across the Curriculum: Exploration by an Interdisciplinary Academic Community of Inquiry – Teaching Ethics and Socio-Emotional Curriculum with a Diverse Learning Community.

  • 2009 Annual Conference of the National Association for Advancement of Psychoanalysis (NAAP) – in NYC. Individual workshop/ power-point presentation: Neurobiology of Destiny.