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1/4/14 NAAP AIT Meeting
Suzi Nyberrg – Psychoanalytic Writing (Richard)
Edward Bernays (Freud’s nephew) – advertising, public relations, crowd psychology
Are pt’s surrogates? Discuss issues with candidates.
Forum idea: 3 topic survey question options facebook page community – for next AIT Social Event (Brian)
– the affect of psychoanalytic study on students, candidates and their families
Addiction as resistance
How do we get community involved regarding the WebMD article on treating depression? (Madeline)
Discussion of impact of social networking on psychoanalytic students/professionals
Changing the frame of how psychoanalysis is viewed
The Individual is worth it!
The Wellness theme (Spa ideology)
Reactions from NPAP Social event
Historical account of NAAP
Discussion of attendance by students
Discussion of NY State Licensure issues (Madeline)
11/9/13 NAAP AIT Meeting
Brief discussion of Conference experience
Podium opposite of door on left, place a table on the right just as people enter room for NAAP Membership materials
Why low Candidate turnout at Conference?
– Topic development
– Target audience/relevance for students candidates
– Interest (theory, technique)
– AIT involvement at each conference
Shared board meeting attendance – All present agreed – will mention at 1/19/14 Board Mtg
Facebook page discussion
11/24 talk discussion
– attendee numbers
– Warren discussed kiosks, table setup, FB invites
– Logistics, meet at NPAP 5:30,
– $200 from AIT budget – $100 from Exec budget as per Doug
Diagnose & Treat – Richard R.
– What is our task to educate beyond Doug’s address?
Survey for candidates? (Brian)
Video Record Doug’s address for posting
Warren writing article, tell Kirsty
Open FB page to invites
10/5/13 NAAP AIT Meeting
New Members – Katharine Prudente PPSC taking over for Eric Hartmann – Madeline Escobar CMPS for Fredrika
We invite you to join your fellow candidates for a uniquely informative and social event at NPAP, the National Psychological Association for Psychoanalysis, on November 24th from 6 to 8pm. Doug Maxwell, President of the National Association for the Advancement of Psychoanalysis, will host an evening discussion specifically for students focusing on:
1. the urgency to support the upcoming “Diagnose and Treat” proposition in the New York State Legislature
2. the future of the profession of the psychoanalyst
3. the importance of NAAP Membership
Following Doug’s talk, there will be an opportunity for attendees from each institute to introduce themselves, ask questions and voice concerns. A wine and cheese reception will accompany the night’s discussions, offering candidates a chance to meet, network and develop a sense of group identity.
NPAP is located at 40 West 13th Street between Fifth and Sixth Avenues in Manhattan (F, M, L or Path to 14th street station). We look forward to an evening of sharing our thoughts and experiences as colleagues and analysts in training.
Questions? Contact Warren Holt at email@example.com, or Brian Thornton at firstname.lastname@example.org
Facebook Group (secret) debut on 11/24
Moderators: Warren, Sandra, Brian
Institutes not represented – how to inform them of meeting and facebook group
1. Should facebook members be NAAP members?
2. What to do about members who leave?
1. What will we use it for?
1. What should be name? NAAP AIT
Martin Winn – membership
AIT members have discussed Conf with schools. – Web, flyers, talk
Warren’s NY Times Article
Schedler & Efficacy
Possible Blog – Katherine