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  • Robert J. Kabcenell Memorial Lecture in Child Analysis

    A Bitter Harvest: The Centrality of the Oedipal Narrative in the Mind

    Tuesday, December 11, 2012
    8:15 PM

    New York Psychoanalytic Society & Institute presents E. Kirsten Dahl, who will deliver the 16th Annual Robert J. Kabcenell Memorial Lecture in Child Analysis, A Bitter Harvest: The Centrality of the Oedipal Narrative in the Mind.

    Dr. Dahl will discus how the Oedipal narrative structures the mind. The Oedipal fantasy reflects and consolidates development and also propels developmental progression. This particular narrative is never resolved or relinquished even if much of it may be hidden.

    Dr. Steven Wein will introduce the speaker.

    Students, academics and clinical professionals in the analytic community are encouraged to attend.

    FREE.

    New York Psychoanalytic Society & Institute
    247 East 82nd Street (between 2nd and 3rd Avenues)
    The Marianne & Nicholas Young Auditorium


    The Robert J. Kabcenell Memorial Lecture in Child Analysis was established 1992. Dr. Robert Kabcenell (1931-1991) was a graduate of New York Psychoanalytic Institute and a long-standing member of NYPSI. As a training and supervising analyst, he was an extremely active member of NYPSI. He served as a Course Instructor, Society Secretary, member of the Board of Directors, and as a member or chair of several committees, including the Educational Committee, Admissions Committee, and the Child Analysis Committee.

    Following his unfortunate and untimely death in 1991, his widow established the fund for a Memorial Lecture. Dr. Kabcenell is remembered as a wonderful teacher and both an inspiration and role model in the art of working therapeutically with young children.

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