Dr. Castrillon will present a selection of his research on Psychoanalysis in California derived from the theoretical and clinical formulations developed in his forthcoming book California Psychoanalyst: Subjectivity and Clinical Praxis in the Far West. Inclusive of both the historical development and the Californication of psychoanalysis and grounded in his attention to the subject of the unconscious, Dr. Castrillon's main focus is the compelling question of how and 'which' Freud came to these shores - what he terms "Freud's seduction'. The taking root (or not) of psychoanalysis, certainly of interest in any specific locale and time, is particularly noteworthy when considering the peculiar case of California. It is here that the history of California and the Anglophone iteration of psychoanalysis are nearly coterminous.
Berkeley City Club
2315 Durant Avenue
Saturday, October 20, 2018
10:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Dr. Fernando Castrillon is a personal and supervising psychoanalyst, faculty of the Lacanian School of Psychoanalysis (LSP) and the Psychoanalytic Institute of Northern California (PINC), a licensed clinical psychologist and professor in the Community Mental Health Program at CIIS. He is the founding director of CIIS' The Clinic Without Walls, an innovative psychotherapy clinic serving mostly poor and immigrant communities. Dr. Castrillon is an Editor of the European Journal of Psychoanalysis and is a member of the Institute of Advanced Studies in Psychoanalysis based in Rome, Italy. His clinical, teaching and research interests include the question, production and theatrics of subjectivity (human and more-than-human), psychoanalysis, schizoanalysis, critical theory, the digitalization of subjectivity, community mental health and ecopsychology. Author (with Doug Vakoch) of Ecopsychology, Phenomenology, and the Environment: The Experience of Nature (Springer Press), and numerous articles in Spanish and English, he is currently writing a multivolume work on psychoanalysis in California. Dr. Castrillon is in private psychoanalytic practice in the East Bay: www.drcastrillon.com.
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Madelon Sprengnether, Ph.D.
"Group Discussion: The Place of the Nonrepresentational and the Nonverbal in Psychoanalysis"
Margot Beattie, Ph.D.,
Israel Katz, MD,
"Freud's Seduction: Psychoanalysis and California"
Fernando Castrillon, Psy.D.
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Patricia Gherovici, Ph.D.
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Judith Butler, Ph.D.,
Lance Dodes, M.D.,
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Steven H. Golderg, MD,
Jeanne C. Harasemovitch, LCSW,
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Jill Gentile, Ph.D.
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Marcus Coelen, Ph.D
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Juliet Flower MacCannell, Ph.D.
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Martin E. Jay, Ph.D.
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Henry Markman, MD,
Israel Katz, MD,
Peter Hobson, Ph.D.
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Rosaura Martinez, Ph.D.
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Jamieson Webster, Ph.D.
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Helen Schoenhals Hart, Dr.med.
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Judith Butler, Ph.D.
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Elaine Miller, Ph.D.
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Jeffrey Prager, Ph.D.
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