NYU’s Post-Doctoral Program in Psychotherapy and Psychoanalysis Honors The Work of Emmanuel Ghent Psychoanalyst, Professor, Musician and Buddhist
WHAT: The NYU Post-Doctoral Program in Psychotherapy and Psychoanalysis the largest psychoanalytic training program in the nation will sponsor a two-day seminar to honor the work of Emmanuel Ghent: practicing psychoanalyst, NYU faculty member, musician and composer, and follower of Buddhism. Dr. Ghent’s many contributions include: the founding of the Relational Orientation program of the NYU Post-Doctoral Program; the influential essay on clinical practice, “Process and Paradox;” several musical inventions that involved computerization and synthesizers; and the avant-garde musical composition “Entelechy.”
WHO: Participants include:
- Adam Phillips, British psychotherapist and noted writer.
- Jessica Benjamin, psychoanalyst and leading feminist thinker.
- Stephen A. Mitchell, psychoanalyst and well-known author.
- Mark Epstein, psychiatrist and Buddhist.
WHEN: Friday, May 12, at 7:15 pm And Saturday, May 13, at 9:00 am
WHERE: The Theatre at the Riverside Church, 120th Street and Claremont Avenue
CHAIR: Muriel Dimen (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Tickets for the conference may be purchased in advance or at the door; the event is free and open to the press