ALUMNI GROUP ROUNDTABLE DISCUSSION SERIES

Mourning, Melancholia, and Loss:

Classical and Contemporary Perspectives

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Membership is open to graduates of CFPS psychoanalysis and psychotherapy training programs, current candidates and trainees, and faculty members. Other clinicians may attend Alumni programs at the non-member rate.

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The Alumni Group's program theme for 2021-2022 is Mourning, Melancholia, and Loss: Classical and Contemporary Perspectives. During each Round Table meeting, participants will discuss approximately 3 journal articles. They include classical and contemporary papers with theoretical, developmental, and clinical emphases. The program is like a course, but you can choose which meetings to attend. The discussions will be facilitated by psychoanalysts and psychodynamic psychotherapists who have publications, clinical experience, and/or special interest in the topic.

Round Table Discussion Meetings are scheduled once or twice per month from August 2021 through May 2022 for a total of 13. The group will meet from 11:30 AM until 1:00 PM CST, through video sessions only. Log-in information will only be sent to those who register at least two hours before each session.

This will there are 5 special events (film screening, 2 lectures, panel discussion, and conference) related to our theme. Click here for special event information. Participants will discuss approximately three journal articles per monthly meeting. The readings include a few classic papers, but most are contemporary. While they include theoretical, developmental, and applied topics, most have a clinical emphasis. Our roundtable discussions will focus on classic papers and contemporary perspectives related to this theme. The program is like a course, but you can choose which meetings to attend. The roundtable discussions will be facilitated by psychoanalysts and psychodynamic psychotherapists who have publications, clinical experience, and/or special interest in the topic. Click here for special event information.


2021-2022 Round Table Discussion Meetings

VIDEO SESSIONS

Monthly meetings 1.5 CE/CMEs

RSVP Required to receive zoom link the morning of the meeting

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JoAnn Ponder, PhD
CFPS Faculty Liaison

Ethan M. Klein, LSCW
Alumni Group Chair

Cristy Jennings
Executive Director

For more information:
info@cfps-tx.org - (713) 524-0790

Mourning, Melancholia, and Loss: Classical and Contemporary Perspectives

Theoretical Foundations and Controversies

  • August 6, 2021: Mourning and Melancholia: Foundational Perspectives - Facilitator: Alana Spiwak, MD

  • September 10, 2021: Defenses Against Mourning: Unresolved Grief and Pathological Mourning - Facilitator: Richard Michael, PhD

  • September 24, 2021: Ordinary People: Loss and Grief in the Family System - Facilitators: Jamie L. Loveland, PhD, LCSW & Ellen Safier, LCSW

  • October 1, 2021: Parent Loss in Childhood: Are Children Able to Mourn? - Facilitator: JoAnn Ponder, PhD & Ann Weiss, LPC

Mourning as Part of the Developmental Process

  • October 22, 2021: Losses and Mourning on the Developmental Journey to Adulthood - Facilitator: Carol Wolfe, LPC

  • November 12, 2021: Losses and Mourning Among Older Adults - Facilitator: Nancy Warren, PhD

Multiple Facets of Loss and Mourning

  • December 3, 2021: Into the Fog: Dementia Patients and Their Family Caregivers - Facilitators: James Lomax, MD & Sheila LoboPrabhu, MD

  • January 7, 2022: Losses and Mourning in Immigration - Facilitators: Asli Baykal, PhD; Tara Chivukula, LCSW; Leticia Fallick, LPC & Denise Lemos Zaborowski, PhD, LPC-S

  • January 28, 2022: Mourning a Massive Trauma - Facilitator: Sharon Chada, PhD

  • March 4, 2022: Mourning a Suicide - Facilitator: Cynthia Mulder, LCSW

Intergenerational Transmission of Unmourned Loss and Trauma

  • March 25, 2022: Historical Trauma and Racial Melancholia Among Chinese Americans: Clinical Implications - Facilitators: Beverly Du, MD & Christina Treece, MD

  • April 8, 2022: The Child of Parents with Unresolved Mourning - Facilitator: JoAnn Ponder, PhD

  • May 6, 2022: Intergenerational Transmission of Loss - Facilitator: Dania Eldandashli, LPC

ALUMNI

Alumni - $150

  • Attendance at monthly meetings

  • 1.5 CE/CMEs per meeting

  • Discounted Rate for Conferences/Special Events

  • Year-long subscription to the PEP-WEB online psychoanalytic library

MEMBERSHIP

Alumni Associate - $100

  • Attendance at monthly meetings

  • 1.5 CE/CMEs per meeting

  • Discounted Rate for Conferences/Special Events

BENEFITS

Student Membership - $50

Students enrolled in a full-time program or CFPS Candidates and Trainees

  • Attendance at monthly meetings

  • 1.5 CE/CMEs per meeting

  • Discounted Rate for Conferences/Special Events

Non-Alumni Clinician Program

CME Fees

Monthly Meetings - $30

Five (5) Monthly Meetings - $150

Ten (10) Monthly Meetings - $225

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Discounted rates for bundle pricing must be paid in advance