This book, a record of the Clark Conference sponsored by the APA, consists of a series of papers on psychoanalytic education. The book is dedicated to the memory of Helen Block Lewis, who realized the necessity for detailed re-examination and further development of all ideas in psychoanalysis.
Table of Contents
Contents: Part I: M. Meisels, Introduction: The Colorful Background of the Clark Conference. E. R. Shapiro, Helen Block Lewis, In Memoriam: Her Vision of the Clark Conference on Psychoanalytic Training for Psychologists. H. B. Lewis, Some Thoughts on Becoming a Psychoanalyst: Anno 1985. H. B. Lewis, Psychoanalysis as Therapy Today. Part II: E. R. Shapir, Keynote Address: Introduction. A. M. Sandler, Comments on Varieties of Psychoanalytic Training in Europe. Part III: E. R. Shapiro, Institute and Alternative Training Models: Introduction. C. Spezzano, A History of Psychoanalytic Training for Psychologists in the United States. M. Hyman, Alternative Training and Its Alternatives. A.M. Antonovsky, Institute Training. M. Horowitz, Alternative Training Models: A Response. S. Gourevitch, Discussion of Marvin Hyman's Paper: Institute Training and Its Alternatives. Part IV: E. R. Shapiro, Components of Psychoanalytic Training: Personal Analysis and Supervison: Introduction. M. Miesels, The Personal Analysis. J.E. Gedo, Position Statement on the Training Analysis Question. S. Basescu, Personal Analysis. H. J. Schlesinger, Supervision and the Training Analysis: Repetition or Collaboration. A.L. Siegler, Finding One's Voice in the Analytic Chorus: Some Thoughts About Psychoanalytic Education. Part V: E.R. Shapiro, Becoming a Psychoanalyst of One Persuasion or Another: Introduction. S. A. Appelbaum, Reflections on the Role of Theory in Psychoanalysis. M. Bilmes, N. Adler, Becoming a Psychoanalyst: An Example From an Integrative Program. Part VI: E.R. Shapiro, The Psychoanalyst's Identity Vis-a-Vis Other Therapies and the Discipline of Psychology: Introduction. P.L. Wachtel, Should Psychoanalytic Training be Training to be a Psychoanalyst? G. Silberschatz, Psychology's Contribution to the Future of Psychoanalysis: A Scientific Attitude. E.R. Shapiro, The Relationship Between the Division of Psychoanalysis and Local Chapter Training Programs. F. Pine, The Relationship Between the Division and Local Chapters (Abstract). J.H. Slavin, Authority and Identity in the Establishment of Psychoanalytic Training. R. Kainer, Superego, Ego Ideal, and Transitional Phenomena in Issues of Regional Training. E.R. Shapiro, Summary of Audience Discussion. Part VII: E.R. Shapiro, Implications of New Information for Psychoanalytic Training: Introduction. Part VIII: G. Stechler, The Integration of Psychoanalysis and Family Systems. J.B. Miller, Psychonalysis and the Psychology of Women. L.E.A. Walker, Feminist Scholarship and the Training of Psychoanalytic Psychologists. D. Mendell, A Model for Integrating New Ideas From the Psychology Era of Women Into Training Programs. Part IX: E.R. Shapiro, Workshop Reports. E.R. Shapiro, The Future of Psychoanalytic Education: Intergenerational Conflict and the Balance of Tradition and Innovation. Clark Conference Program. Clark Conference Faculty. Clark Conference Planning Committee. Author Index. Subject Index.
"The ideas discussed in this book offer heartening reassurance of the enduring value and evolving relevance of the psychoanalytic fundamentals elaborated by Freud at Clark University 80 years ago. All persons interested in psychoanalysis and its developments will find this book a stimulating sampler of proposals that assure the continued evolution of psychoanalysis..."
—Bulletin of the Menniger Clinic
"Readers of this book, hopefully not only psychologists but also members of other clinical professions, will find it useful because it will strengthenthe belief in the eternal integrative process, moving back and forth between the views of the past and the view of the future."