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Seminar | Saturday May 4, 11:45AM - 1:15PM

Bullying - Emotional Development, Symptom Formation, and the Impact on the Treatment Process - Charles Goodstein, MD

What is the relationship of bullying to the emotional development and conflicts of the bully and the bullied, as they surface within childhood and in adult life? Dr. Goodstein, Faculty at PANY, will discuss the particular importance of the role that bullying, past and on-going, plays in the treatment situation.
CME and Social Work CE Credits available (1.5)


Freud Lecture | Monday May 6, 8:30pm - 10:00pm

How Central Organizing Fantasies are reflected in the Signature Style and Masterworks of three famous artists

Presenter: Laurie Wilson, PhD
Introduced by: Ted Jacobs, MD

The central organizing fantasy of most artists becomes the core of their signature style. For an artist to produce a masterwork such a work must be consonant with the fantasy, whether conscious or unconscious.  What usually begins as an unconscious fantasy on the part of the sculptor or painter may become conscious as they develop the theme or formal innovation. The artist’s lifelong preoccupations are amply documented in contemporary sources as well as in subsequent biographical research.


CME and Social Work CE Credits available (1.5)

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