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Interview with Robert D. Hinshelwood: Part Two.

Sabrina Di Cioccio Question. Dr. Hinshelwood first of all, after several weeks, how did you find the reply of the Conference happened in Rome on the 3rd and 4th of October, to the theme of your book “Research on the Couch”? And … Continue reading

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Could psychoanalysis be considered a science?

Interview with R.D. Hinshelwood: Part One Question. Dr. Hinshelwood, your coming in Rome the next 3rd and 4th of October, will open a debate around a question nowadays always more important for the psychoanalytical field: Could psychoanalysis be considered a … Continue reading

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The group treatment of drug users with mediating object: the application of Photolangage

Interview with Claudine Vacheret by Giorgia Morgese Question. Professor Vacheret, what do you think about the treatment of drug users? What therapy is  more appropriate, a group therapy or an individual one? Claudine Vacheret. It is clear with drug users … Continue reading

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Psychoanalysis in the Era of Cyberspace. Interview with Glen O. Gabbard

by Sabrina Di Cioccio Question. Dr. Gabbard, after several years you came back to Rome to discuss a paper about “The privacy, the Self, and the practice of psychoanalysis in the era of Internet”(1). A new frontier on which it … Continue reading

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Bodies Under Siege. Interview to Armando R. Favazza

Question. Dr Favazza, in May 2011 the Johns Hopkins University Press has published the 3rd edition of “Bodies Under Siege: Self-Mutilation, Nonsuicidal Self-Injury, and Body Modification in Culture and Psychiatry”, that since 1987 it is regarded as the most important … Continue reading

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“Looking at Shame”. Interview to Benjamin Kilborne

Di Cioccio. Mr Kilborne, shame is a feeling and an experience on which you spent time in the last years, marking its relation with trauma. You wrote: <<Shame is being caught with one’s pants down in one’s own eyes>>, and … Continue reading

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