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Continuing Education Series
A FILM: Sigmund Freud through Lehrman's Lens
Philip Lehrman, who had been psychoanalyzed by Freud, made this film
of Freud's last days in Vienna. It is a compilation of the most prominent
psychoanalysts and disciples of Freud. Lynne Lehrman Weiner introduces and presents commentary on the film.
Sunday, October 23rd Noon–2 PM
Lynne Lehrman, 2009 Gradiva Award winner, is the author of "Freud through Lehrman's Lens." She lived with her family in Vienna while her
father studied under Freud.
Public: $15, Students: Free w/ID.
Proceeds to benefit the CMPS Alumni Ethel L. Goldwater Clevans Scholarship Program.
BUILDING THE PSYCHODYNAMIC BRAIN
This talk is an introduction to the "default mode" network and other resting
state networks, and suggests that the functional architecture of the brain
provides a platform for exploring the neural substrates of the tripartite model
(id, ego, superego), object relations, and intersubjectivity.
Friday, October 28th 7:30–9:30 PM Public: $10, Students: Free w/ID
Maggie Zellner, PhD, LP, is a psychoanalyst, behavioral neuroscientist, neuropsychoanalytic educator, Adjunct Faculty at Rockefeller U, Executive Dir. Neuropsychoanalysis Foundation.