The 2024 Summer Educational Intensive: Master Clinicians of the Interpersonal Perspective
Monday-Friday, June 17th-21st, 2024
We are pleased to announce the return of the Institute’s unique annual program: the Summer Educational Intensive is being offered in person, at the Institute, in June, 2024.
ABOUT THE PROGRAM
Five master clinicians offer their perspectives on Interpersonal-Relational psychoanalysis. The weeklong program offers three intensive hours each morning of clinical presentation, live supervision and group discussion. Each master clinician will illustrate technique and theory as applied to clinical material. This will be followed by a Q and A with the audience.
All classes are in person at the Institute. An introduction to the Institute with a Welcome Breakfast will be part of the first morning’s schedule, and coffee & light refreshment are available daily. Afternoons and evenings are free for students to explore New York City, enjoy activities, or for locals to return to their work settings.
The William Alanson White Institute is located at 20 West 74th Street between Central Park West and Columbus Avenue, in the heart of Manhattan’s Upper West Side. The neighborhood includes Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts, several museums, as well as numerous restaurants and shops. It is also a great jumping-off point for visiting all other parts of the City.
THE PROGRAM SCHEDULE
Monday, June 17th Pascal Sauvayre, PhD
Tuesday, June 18th Jack Drescher, MD
Wednesday, June 19th Ira Moses, PhD
Thursday, June 20th Michelle Stephens, LP, PhD
Friday, June 22nd Jenny Kaufmann, PhD
Register now and take advantage of discounted early registration pricing, offered through April 30th, 2024:
Professionals – early registration $575. Regular pricing $700 starting May 1st.
Candidates & students – early registration $300. Regular pricing $375 starting May 1st.
ABOUT THE CLINICIANS
Pascal Sauvayre, PhD,studies, teaches, and writes at the intersection of psychoanalysis and philosophy. He is faculty and training analyst at the William Alanson White Institute. Among his most recent projects are the Routledge books, Culture, Politics, and Race in the Making of Interpersonal Psychoanalysis, edited with Roger Frie, and The Unconscious: Contemporary Refractions in Psychoanalysis, edited with David Braucher. Dr. Sauvayre has a private practice in New York City.
Jack Drescher, MD, is a psychiatrist and psychoanalyst in New York City. A recipient of the 2022 Mary S. Sigourney Award for his international work on gender and sexuality, Dr. Drescher is a Training and Supervising Analyst at the William Alanson White Institute. He is also a member of the faculties of the New York University Postdoctoral Program in Psychotherapy and Psychoanalysis, the Columbia University Center for Psychoanalytic Training and Research and the Florida Psychoanalytic Center. He is a Clinical Professor of Psychiatry at Columbia as well. He is an elected Director-at-Large of the American Psychoanalytic Association and the moderator of the Journal Club of the International Psychoanalytical Association. He is author of Psychoanalytic Therapy and the Gay Man (Routledge), and Emeritus Editor of the Journal of Gay and Lesbian Mental Health.
Ira Moses, PhD, ABPsa, is a Training and Supervising Analyst, Former Director of Training and Former Director of Clinical Services, William Alanson White Institute. He is on the faculty of the Western New England Psychoanalytic Institute and Visiting Faculty of the San Diego Psychoanalytic Center; Former Board Member and Faculty of the China American Psychoanalytic Alliance and on the faculty of the Ukrainian Intensive Psychodynamic Program; a Member of the International Psychoanalytic Association (IPA), and a former member of the Board of Directors American Psychoanalytic Association. Dr. Moses has published articles on the Misuse of Empathy; Anonymity and Self Disclosure; and the Analyst’s Resistance to Asking Questions.
Michelle Stephens, LP, PhD, is a graduate of the William Alanson White Institute of Psychiatry, Psychoanalysis & Psychology and a practicing psychoanalyst. She is also Professor of English and Latino and Caribbean Studies at Rutgers University, where she served as the dean of the humanities in the School of Arts and Sciences from 2017-2020 and is the Founding and Executive Director of Rutgers’ Institute for the Study of Global Racial Justice (ISGRJ). Her signature initiative there is Black Bodies, Black Health, a multi-pronged approach to incentivize engagement in interdisciplinary work in exploring structural racism in order to create equitable health outcomes. She is the author of Black Empire: The Masculine Global Imaginary of Caribbean Intellectuals in the United States, 1914 to 1962 (Duke University Press, 2005) and Skin Acts: Race, Psychoanalysis and The Black Male Performer (Duke University Press, 2014). She has published numerous articles on the intersections of race and psychoanalysis in such journals as JAPA, Contemporary Psychoanalysis, PsychoanalyticDialogues,Psychoanalytic Quarterly, Studies in Gender and Sexuality, and Psychoanalysis of Culture and Society.
Jenny Kahn Kaufmann, PhD, is Director of Curriculum, and is a Training and Supervising Analyst at the William Alanson White Institute. She teaches Comparative Conceptualizations and Treatment Approaches in Working with Narcissistic Patients, and the Interactive Matrix, which considers the concepts of transference and countertransference and how they have evolved from Freud into the present. Dr. Kaufmann is also an editorial board member of the journal Contemporary Psychoanalysis. She has co-written and presented numerous papers with Peter Kaufmann, including Emerging from the Shadows of Parental Narcissism; WeHave Met the Enemy and It Is Us; and A Battle Cry for Our Moment: Revisiting the Two Analyses of Mr. Z, exploring the clinical issues and processes involved in treating the effects of traumatic narcissism.