IPA Podcast Talks On Psychoanalysis

Talks On Psychoanalysis shares topics published in the IPA Society Journals and Congress debates worldwide, brought to you through the voices of the original authors. This podcast is produced by the International Psychoanalytical Association. 

Podcast Team Coordinator:

Gaetano Pellegrini

Andy Cohen (English) 
Johanna Velt (French)
Monica D’Alançon (German)
Marcos de Soldati, Ana María Martín Solar (Spanish)
Isabel Silveira (Portuguese)
Soh Agatsuma, Atsumi Minamisawa, Kouhei Harada (Japanese) 

To download the articles and view the full archive of episodes, please visit this link. For questions and proposals please send an email to ipatalks@ipa.world

Latest Episode 28
Débora Regina Unikowski - The baby on the couch

In this podcast we hear from Débora Regina Unikowski about “The baby on the couch”. She shares insights about her work with babies and parents, and how this helps us better understand ‘the baby’ within the mind of the adult. These findings provide an illuminating framework for working with patients during the Pandemic. “The baby on the couch” is also the title of her course offered at the Psychoanalytic Society of Rio de Janeiro in 2018, which was also presented at the XXVII Brazilian Congress of Psychoanalysis in 2019.
Excerpt : "Each baby we meet in the here and now presents a primary subjectivity and is able to discriminate the communication coming from the mother or the psychoanalyst. This communication occurs through an affective language where gestures, facial expressions, voice musicality and body expression occupy the place that it is not yet possible to be assured by verbal language". This episode is available also in Portuguese.
11 January 2021

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