Author Interview: Lockdown Therapy How the Pandemic Changed the Theory and Practice of Psychoanalysis
October 27th, 2022
Author Interview | Offered Live via Zoom
A Pacifica Online Author Interview with Stefano Carpani and Monica Luci
In their soon-to-be-released book, Lockdown Therapy, analysts and authors, Stefano Carpani and Monica Luci, offer Jungian perspectives from world recognized analysts and their patients regarding how the Covid-19 pandemic profoundly changed the way psychoanalysis not only is practiced, but the ways in which psychoanalysts think about how and why they practice. Based on a series of interviews with leading authors in analytical psychology as well as essays offering a more subjective, behind-the-scenes reality, this book offers a definitive exploration of the ways the pandemic has changed the theoretical, clinical, technical as well as practical approaches to contemporary psychoanalysis.
In this interview, Stefano and Monica will talk about some of the common themes that emerged in their discussions with world-recognized analysts as well as some of the surprising elements that surfaced. Now, while still emerging from the recent global lockdowns and still dealing with the evolving variants of COVID-19, this interview will look at the ways in which the theory and practice of psychoanalysis may have been permanently altered.
Thursday, October 27th, 2022
1:30pm – 3:00pm PT
Offered Live via Zoom
Entry is free, but you will need to register
Program link will be sent out prior to the event. For those unable to attend live, the recording will be shared after the event, and available for up to 120 days
About the Teachers
Stefano Carpani M.Phil., M.A., is a psychoanalyst (CGJIZ and IAAP). He is the editor of Breakfast at Küsnacht (Chiron, 2020), The Plural Turn in Jungian and Post-Jungian Studies (Routledge, 2021), Anthology of Contemporary Classics in Analytical Psychology: The New Ancestors (Routledge, 2022) and Individuation and Liberty in a Globalized World: Psychosocial Perspectives on Freedom after Freedom (Routledge, 2022).
Monica Luci, PhD, Jungian and relational psychoanalyst (AIPA-IAAP and IARPP), works in private practice in Rome. She is the author, translator, and editor of publications on the themes of trauma, displacement, collective violence, sexuality, and gender, among which the monographs Torture, Psychoanalysis & Human Rights (Routledge, 2017), and Torture Survivors in Analytic Therapy: Jung, Politics and Culture (Routledge, 2022).
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