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The Intersubjective Revolution. Implications for Psychoanalysis and Psychotherapy
Journal Title: SETTING 
Author/s: Otto Kernberg, Vittorio Gallese, Massimo Ammaniti 
Year:  2020 Issue: 43 Language: English 
Pages:  8 Pg. 45-52 FullText PDF:  219 KB
DOI:  10.3280/SET2020-043002
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On the occasion of our 30th anniversary, the Association of Psychoanalytic Studies would like to open a scientific debate on what has been considered a deep paradigmatic transformation, the intersubjective revolution. We will host the leading exponents of two different disciplines, Otto Kernberg and Vittorio Gallese. They will evaluate the reciprocal implications of the role of the psychoanalyst in the psychotherapeutic relationships and give us a better understanding of the neuroscientific basis of neurotic and psychotic disorders. Modern day research has allowed us to make a significant improvement in psychoanalytic techniques and to update the traditional different psychotherapeutic methods. For 30 years, the Association of Psychoanalytic Studies has been carrying out an original approach in the treatment of psychoses and neuroses according to the framework of Gaetano Benedetti. The Congress will collect and develop the constructive views which have been discussed within the International Federation of Psychoanalytic Societies. The aim is to highlight the issues that might be raised. The Congress will also make use of the insights and progress made by applied research of the participating individual institutions and schools, of psychoanalysts and psychotherapists. Massimo Ammaniti will deliver a Lectio Magistralis to conclude the Congress.

Otto Kernberg, Vittorio Gallese, Massimo Ammaniti, in "SETTING" 43/2020, pp. 45-52, DOI:10.3280/SET2020-043002


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