SPSI Scientific Session: The Analysis of an Adolescent Male with Intrusive Sexual Obsessions
Event Start Date: 4/17/2018 7:30 PM
Event End Date: 4/17/2018 9:00 PM

Presenter: Martin Bullard MSW, LICSW
“The Analysis of an Adolescent Male with Intrusive Sexual Obsessions”

Martin Bullard will be presenting clinical material from his analytic work with an obsessional adolescent male with intrusive sexual thoughts. He hopes the material will engender a lively discussion of analytic technique and theory as found in the clinical situation.
Martin Bullard is a graduate analyst of SPSI. He practices on upper Queen Anne in Seattle and works with children, adolescents, and adults.

Discussant: Ronald Furedy MD
“Sexual Obsession as Attempted Adaptation”

As the title of this discussion indicates, environmental factors also play a role in adolescent and human development.
Ronald Furedy MD is a Training Analyst at SPSI, in private practice.

Learning objectives:

As a result of attending this presentation, participants will be able to:

  1. describe the importance of the ego ideal in adolescent intra-psychic development
  2. understand the limits of the term "perversion" in an obsessional adolescent patient
  3. summarize interpretive principles applicable to cognition and affect regulation in an obsessional adolescent patient


Tuesday, May 15, 2018
Denise Fort, PhD: “Portrait of a Trauma Contained”
Discussant: Tony Hacker, PhD

if you have a psychoanalytic idea that you would like to present, contact Stan Case or Ron Levin.

SPSI Scientific Sessions are free to attendees, but seating is limited.
We strongly recommend registering in advance.

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