Reading Philip Brombert
A 6 session reading group on the work of Philip Bromberg
Colleagues of Philip Bromberg have joined together to offer a program to discuss and celebrate Bromberg’s work. There will be a series of six, monthly, online group discussion meetings, each focused on a single article of Bromberg’s, followed in July by a larger memorial to Bromberg’s life and work (the details of the larger memorial will be announced shortly). All these meetings are accessible to members of all the professional communities across the analytic and trauma worlds who have followed Bromberg’s work over the decades.
Each of the monthly online reading group meetings will be a discussion of a paper selected by the group leader(s), who are all people who Bromberg deeply influenced. These meetings began in February and will continue monthly through July.
Attendance is free. To facilitate discussion, attendance at each group meeting will be limited to 25 people. Due to high demand, please only sign up for one meeting, as available. Each meeting will be announced about one month before it is to take place.
PROCESS: We are doing registration for one session at a time. Sessions further along in the schedule will be open for registration about one month prior to being held. The registration link is appended just below the description of the seminar (see: REGISTRATION) and is for that seminar only.
SCHEDULE: Sundays from 1-2:30 p.m. (New York City time) (to accommodate an international audience)
March 7, 2021. Leader: Hazel Ipp.
Bromberg, P.M. (2000) Potholes on the Royal Road: Or is it an Abyss. Contemporary Psychoanalysis. 36 (1): 5-28
REGISTRATION: March only, click on this link to generate an email to Dr. Chefetz to reserve a spot.
If the above link does not work, please write email@example.com and put “Register for Bromberg-Ipp March Seminar,” in the subject line. Thank you.
April 18, 2021. Leaders: Tony Bass and Cleonie White.
Bromberg, P.M. (1991) On Knowing One’s Patient Inside Out: The Aesthetics of Unconscious Communication. Psychoanalytic Dialogues, 1 (4) 399-422.
May 16, 2021. Leaders: Rich Chefetz and Emily Kuriloff.
Bromberg, P.M. (2003). One need not be a house to be haunted: On enactment, dissociation, and the dread of “not-me”—A case study. Psychoanalytic Dialogues, 13(5): 689-709
June 13, 2021. Leader: Donnel Stern
Bromberg, P.M. (2008) Shrinking the Tsunami: Affect Regulation, Dissociation and the Shadow of the Flood. Contemporary Psychoanalysis 44 (3): 329-350
July 11, 2021. Leader: Velleda Ceccoli.
Bromberg, P.M. (2014.) Sullivan as Pragmatic Visionary: Operationalist and OperRelationalist, Contemporary Psychoanalysis, 50:4, 509-530.
Articles from Psychoanalytic Dialogues and Contemporary Psychoanalysis are used in this program by permission of Taylor & Francis Ltd, http://www.tandfonline.com, and William Alanson White Institute of Psychiatry, Psychoanalysis & Psychology and the William Alanson White Psychoanalytic Society, www.wawhite.org, respectively.