IPA Webinars 2024
Psychoanalysts in Educational Settings: Attending to Children's Inner World as the World Outside is in Turmoil
Friday 7th June, 16:00 - 17:30 (UK time)

(This webinar will be in English)

The IPA in Education committee in the Community and the World invites IPA members and candidates to attend a free webinar on Friday 7th June. Moderated by Talia Hatzor, the webinar will include two presentations, a discussion by Suzanne Maiello, and time for questions from the audience.

Presentation 1
Impact of Covid on baby development (18 months old): Communication skills and relationship group intervention through transition-to-play method in an underprivileged Barcelona neighbourhood (Spain)
Marta Gomà, Adriana Oliván, Antonia Llairó

Presentation 2
Breaking new grounds: Taking psychoanalytic concepts to rural schools in India.
Minnie Dastur and Manju Mukhi

Suzanne Maiello 

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PhD in psychology, Master’s in psychoanalytic psychotherapy (EuroPsy) Ramon Llull University. 
Advanced candidate at the Spanish Society of Psychoanalysis, SEP-IPA
Perinatal psychologist trained at Lausanne and Geneva Universities. 
Responsible for research and training at Bruc Salut. 
Member of the Couple and Family research group at Ramon Llull University
Co-coordinator and teacher for the advanced certificate of study (CAS) in perinatal psychology and maternal-child health at Ramon Llull University

Adriana OLIVÁN
Perinatal Psychologist at Bruc Salut. 
Master’s in general health psychology at Ramon Llull University.
Advanced certificate of study (CAS) in perinatal psychology and maternal-chld health at Ramon Llull University. 

Antònia LLAIRÓ
Psychoanalyst at Spanish Society SEP-IPA
Clinical Director, BRUC SALUT S.C.P. Perinatal and Psychological Care Services
Teaching at Advanced Studies of Perinatal Psychology and Mother-infant Health   at the Ramon Llull University from 2021
Member of IPA Education Committee
Member of Couple and Family Research Group at Ramon Llull University
Member of IPA PIP Group Parent-Infant-Psychotherapy

Talia Hatzor, Ph.D.
Director of the Parent Infant Psychotherapy Training Program at the Columbia University Center for Psychoanalytic Training and Research. 
Training psychoanalyst at the Contemporary Freudian Society in New York City.
Specializes in teaching Infant Observation based on Bick’s method. 
Adviser at the Early Childhood Safe Spaces organization who is working with migrant families in New York City, where she leads work discussion groups with migrant teachers, and offering infant and young children mental health expertise.  
Chair of the IPA committee on Education in the Community and the World. 

Manju Mukhi
is a practicing Child Psychoanalytic Psychotherapist with many years of experience, as well as working with adults non intensive psychoanalytic psychotherapy. She is working at the three clinics of the Mumbai Chapter of the Indian Psychoanalytic Society, as well as co-ordinating the clinical work for the Child Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy trainees. She is currently coordinator of the rural project at Alibag.  She heads and coordinates all the analytic work done with children and adolescents at the three schools that the Mumbai Chapter - IPS is involved with
Ms Mukhi is also part of the Training Committee of  the Mumbai Chapter 

Suzanne Maiello, Rome (Italy),
Founder-member and Past-President of AIPPI (Italian Association of Psychoanalytic Child Psychotherapy)
IAAP (International Association of Analytical Psychology)
ACP (Association of Child Psychotherapists, Tavistock section) UK
Coordinator AIPPI Mother-Infant Research and Clinical Group Prima Infanzia, Rome
Faculty AIPPI Child Psychoanalytic Training
Faculty MA in Psychoanalytic Observational Studies, University of Essex 

Ms. Minnie K Dastur
is a training and supervisory psychoanalyst (Adult & Child)- Indian Psychoanalytical Society.
Trained at the Tavistock Centre of Human Relations in Child & Adolescent Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy as Member of IPA China Committee. She teaches and supervises Chinese psychoanalytic psychotherapists and IPA's Chinese candidates.
Presented papers at various conferences in India and at the Asia-Pacific conferences.
Head - Continued Professional Development of the Mumbai Chapter - IPS
Member COFAP Committee, and IPA Committee in Education in the Community and the World.