In an unprecedented age of rapidly advancing digital technology, the intersection of psychoanalysis and cyberpsychology can help us better understand ourselves.
Dr Ester Malque Latvian writes the use of technology was inevitable during the COVID lockdown, as it was the only way to give continuity to the observation of the parent-infant relationship. Like so many aspects of clinical work during the pandemic,
"When it comes to psychoanalysis, in particular, the digital age's multitasking way of life can actually prepare people to engage in an analytic process.
Vera Lamanno Adamo considers the ways we relate with death and with “life” after death through the digital world, based on Freud’s formulations of the uncanny and the double.