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A Dialogue About Wilfred Bion

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Presenter: Enika Cocoli Bowen, Ph.D.

Discussant: Jeff Eaton, MA, FIPA

Jan 26th, 2019


This dialogue is about Bion, the man, the psychoanalyst, the theorist, the philosopher, an unassuming man with a lot to say, a fine sense of humor, a deep stillness amid deep turmoil; one whose “sins remembered” reverberate through a panoply of feelings for the reader. The dialogue will begin between two practitioners, an experienced psychoanalyst with deep connections to Bion’s thinking, and a psychologist, with younger roots in Bion . Although the dialogue begins between two, it is hoped that it will soon grow to a broad conversation among many.


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About the Presenters

Enika Cocoli Bowen, Ph.D. is a clinical psychologist in private practice in Everett. She began studies of clinical psychology and psychoanalysis in Milan, Italy, in 1996. Her interests have included empirical investigations of attachment theory in both theoretical and clinical settings. She devotes almost her entire practice in psychoanalytically informed individual therapy of adults. With less frequency, she assists individuals, couples, and attorneys with psychological assessments, in the context of custody cases. She also supervises doctoral practicum students and interns at Fairfax Hospital. She is a past president of COR and is currently a member of COR Board of Directors.

Jeff Eaton, MA, FIPA, is psychoanalyst with a practice in Seattle, WA. He has a particular focus in working with children with autism. He offers consultation and supervision internationally, and he is a published author. His book A Fruitful Harvest: Essays after Bion was released in 2011.

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