IPA Webinar: The 3-LM's Contribution to Developments in Analytical Treatment
Sunday 20th September 2020, 16:00 – 17:30 UK (Local times are shown in the drop down on the registration page)
This webinar will be in English.
Panellists: Marianne Leuzinger-Bohleber, Margaret Ann Fitzpatrick Hanly, Luisa Pérez-Suquilvide
Moderator: Eléana Mylona
Psychoanalysis is a body of theoretical knowledge, rooted in the practice of psychoanalysis, responding to the scientific requirement for clinical evidence, but also engaging in the method of free-floating attention, which allows psychoanalysts to listen to the unconscious functioning and psychic transformations during an analytic treatment. Freud, always respectful of the scientific challenge, gave us his observations of the classic cases in detail, highlighting the analytical unconscious. Following his example, and trying to update psychoanalytic research, the Three-Level Model for tracking transformations in psychoanalysis was developed as an observational tool that allows us to explore the patient’s difficulties and to observe the beneficial functional changes in them, studying sessions from the opening, middle and late phases of an analysis, in three consecutive approaches. The 3-LM explores changes in the patient in the ordinary language of the verbatim session material, then conceptualises the transformations, and then studies the relationship between the transformations and interpretations as they change over the course of the analysis. In this webinar Margaret Ann, Marianne and Luisa will introduce us to the challenge of modern psychoanalysis to find ways to observe when and how psychoanalysis brings about a "profound change in personality".
Marianne Leuzinger-Bohleber, Prof. Dr. phil
Marianne is director in charge of the Sigmund-Freud-Institut in Frankfurt a.M., Germany (2001-2016), professor em. for psychoanalysis at the University of Kassel, senior professor at the IDeA Excellency Centre in Frankfurt a.M. and the University medicine in Mainz. She is training and supervising analyst of the German Psychoanalytical Association (DPV) Society and the International Psychoanalytical Association. She is chair of the Committee for Research and Universities of the (DPV). 2001-2009 Chair of the Research Subcommittees for Conceptual Research of the International Psychoanalytical Association (IPA)(2001-2009), since 2010 : Vice Chair for Europe of the IPA Research Board. 2018/19 she was chair of the IPA Subcommittee for Migration and Refugees. She received the Mary Sigourney Award 2016 and the Haskell Norman Prize for Excellence in Psychoanalysis 2017.
Her research fields are clinical and extra-clinical research in psychoanalysis, psychoanalytical developmental research, prevention studies, interdisciplinary dialogue between psychoanalysis and literature, educational sciences and the neurosciences.
Margaret Ann Fitzpatrick Hanly, Ph.D.
Margaret is a training and supervising psychoanalyst in the Canadian Institute of Psychoanalysis, in private practice in Toronto, Canada. She is Past-Director of the Toronto Institute of Psychoanalysis, Chair of the International Psychoanalytic Association Committee on Clinical Observation. She is on the Executive Editorial Board of the Psychoanalytic Quarterly, and on the editorial Boards of the International Journal of Psychoanalysis and Canadian Journal of Psychoanalysis.
Among her publications are “A Traumatised Patient in Analysis: Observing Patients’ Transformations” in Time for Change: Tracking Transformations in Psychoanalyses: The Three-Level Model (Karnac Press, 2014); “Sibling Rivalry, Separation, and Change in Austen’s Sense and Sensibility. Int. J. Psycho-Anal., 2016; “Supervisory countertransferences and impingements in evaluating readiness for graduation: always present, routinely under-recognised” (Int. J. Psycho-Anal., 2017), Change Through Time in Psychoanalysis: Transformations and Interpretations: The Three Level Model. Eds. Fitzpatrick Hanly, Altmann de Litvan, Bernardi (Routledge, 2020, in press).
Luisa Pérez-Suquilvide M.D.
Luisa is a Psychiatrist, Associate Member of the Uruguayan Psychoanalytic Association. Former Assistant Professor of Medical Psychology, School of Medicine, Universidad de la República, Uruguay. Vice President of the Latin American Organization of Candidates OCAL- FEPAL (2012-2014). Chair of the Study Group of Adolescence (2014-2016) and current Co-chair of the Teaching Faculty of the University Institute of Psychoanalysis (IUPP), Uruguayan Psychoanalytical Association. Member of the Uruguayan Psychoanalytical Association Research Group since 2009, with an ongoing Research Project: A qualitative study about Uruguayan psychoanalytic analysts-in-training interpretations in final papers, in the period 2014 - 2018: have there been changes since the 1990s? Last Publication: Working Parties. Between experience and research. In Clinical Research in Psychoanalysis: Theoretical Basis and Experiences Through Working Parties (Routledge, 2020, in press).