The resulting reports will then be discussed by all participants. This will allow us to
experience the different psychoanalytic tools that have been developed by different
The expectation is that the participants complete the conference with a deep knowledge
of how to apply each of these methodologies to analyze the clinical materials and to
apprehend the possibilities that each method offers.
The following colleagues will take part: Liana Pinto Chaves (San Pablo), Margaret Ann
Fitzpatrick-Hanly (Toronto), William Glover (San Francisco), Ana María Rizzuto (Boston),
Elizabeth Lima da Rocha Barros (San Pablo), Bernard Reith (Switzerland), Bruno Salesio
(Pelotas), Beatriz de León de Bernardi (Uruguay), Ricardo Bernardi (Uruguay), among
Organized by IPA Clinical Research Sub-Committee in collaboration with the Committee
of Clinical Observation and Testing of Hypotheses of the International Psychoanalytic
Association -API, jointly with the Uruguayan Psychoanalytical Association.
Cost and registration for foreings
Untill August 30, 2017: U$S 70.
From September 1, 2017: U$S 80.
Registration form: www.apuruguay.org