By Anne-Marie Schloesser, Alf Gerlach
Crossing Borders - Integrating Differences is a set of the papers brought by means of psychoanalysts and analytic psychotherapists from some of the international locations of Europe on the 5th convention of the grownup component of the eu Federation for Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy within the Public area (EFPP), within the 12 months 2005. Held in Dresden, this convention introduced jointly nearly four hundred analytic psychotherapists from Europe, them all engaged in the EFPP, via their a number of nationwide societies, within the diverse purposes of psychoanalytic tools within the public healthcare quarter – both in healthcare platforms topic to public legislation or in these run through the nation for in-patient and out-patient remedy and through rehabilitation. The subject of the convention “Crossing Borders - Integrating changes“ required the audio system, as psychoanalytic psychotherapists, to think about to their day-by-day activity of crossing borders and integrating alterations.
This booklet with all its papers will stimulate the readers to move borders: among concept and perform, among examine and daily treatment, among out-patient and in-patient psychotherapy, among the view of one’s personal, the recognized and the culturally international. but it's only with an expertise of those borders, an acknowledgement and appreciate for them, that it'll be attainable to continue in the direction of integrating modifications, the place this is sensible and looks necessary.
Contributors: Elitsur Bernstein; Christopher Bollas; Peter Bründl; Michael B. Buchholz; Georgia Chalkia; Bernard Golse; Stephan Hau; Grigoris Maniadakis; Luisa Perrone; Jan Philipp Reemtsma; Maurizio Russo; Hermann Staats; Martin Teising; Sieglinde Eva Toemmel; Irini Vlahaki.