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The following is the second part of a conversation between Terry Hanson and Peter Hopkins on art and the influence of the artistic process on their work as therapists. The discussion left off last [...]
(Rikki Ricard, FIPA, is a psychoanalyst in Seattle and her husband, Adrian Jarreau, also a psychoanalyst in Seattle, died 10 months after his diagnosis with cancer. Both were graduates of the Northwestern Psychoanalytic Society [...]
Update on Judy Eekhoff, PhD, FIPA Judy K. Eekhoff, PhD, FIPA, has just released her second book, Bion & Primitive Mental States: Trauma and the Symbiotic Link, (2021), which is part of The Routledge [...]