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The Clinical Relevance of Internalized Culture in a Globalized World at NPAO

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THE PROGRAM COMMITTEE OF THE NATIONAL PSYCHOLOGICAL ASSOCIATION FOR PSYCHOANALYSIS PRESENTS

THE CLINICAL RELEVANCE OF INTERNALIZED CULTURE IN A GLOBALIZED WORLD
SPEAKERS: M. Nasir Ilahi and Alan Roland, Ph.D.
DISCUSSANT: Catherine Silver, Ph.D.
MODERATOR: Susana Martinez, Ph.D.

Apart from a few notable exceptions, psychoanalytic formulations have not taken into account the role of culture at either the theoretical or clinical level. Using clinical material, the panel will explore this territory, considering whether there are implicit emotional values and ways of being/thinking in radically different cultures that deeply suffuse the emotional conceptions of individuals.
FRIDAY, APRIL 10, 8 P.M.
NATIONAL PSYCHOLOGICAL ASSOCIATION FOR PSYCHOANALYSIS
40 WEST 13 STREET. BUZZER # 216 (BETWEEN 5TH AND 6TH AVENUES)

Refreshments Following the Meeting
Program Committee: George Hagman, Montana Katz, Jane Kupersmidt, Susana Martinez, Jerold Nashban, Catherine Silver, Gavriel Reisner, MITO, Alan Roland, Chair

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