Chicago Psychoanalytic Society
Co-Sponsored by the Institute for Clinical Social Work
Thursday, September 20, 2018 – 7:00 PM-8:50 PM
Location: Robert Morris University – 401 S. State Street, 8th floor auditorium
Admission is free
The Analyst’s State of Mind and Growth in the Psychoanalytical Process
Presenter: Alberto Hahn, MD
Discussant: Ann Kaplan, PhD
Presenter: Alberto Hahn, MD, is a Fellow of the British Psychoanalytical Society, where he trained in the Kleinian tradition. He has been in full-time practice as a psychoanalyst for 45 years, and he is a Training and Supervising Analyst for the Tavistock Child Psychotherapy program, where he teaches Psychoanalytic Theory and Practice.Dr. Hahn’s approach follows the post-Kleinian line developed by W. Bion and D. Meltzer. He is much sought after as a supervisor, lecturer, and teacher in Europe ( e.g., Barcelona, Sofia, Florence, Venice, Madrid, Salzburg, Rome, Paris, and St. Petersburg); South America (Chile, Peru, Buenos Aires), and Asia (Tokyo, Mumbai). In these centers he reads papers, supervises, teaches in postgraduate seminars and gives Master classes on psychopathology and technique. He has lectured extensively on the psychoanalytic process, narcissism, dreams, autism, thought disorders, and psychoses.
Discussant: Ann Kaplan, PhD, is a member of the Chicago Psychoanalytic Society and a faculty member at the Chicago Psychoanalytic Institute. At the Institute she is Chair of the Child Analysis Committee and teaches the history of psychoanalysis and object relations theories, with an emphasis on Kleinian theory. She trained in Child Analysis at the Tavistock in London and has maintained strong ties with the Kleinian group there. It is through her recommendation that the Society and Institute brought Dr. Hahn to Chicago.