The aim of the The International Psychoanalytical Association Psychoanalytic Ideas and Applications Series is to focus on the scientific production of significant authors whose works are outstanding contributions to the development of the psychoanalytic field and to set out relevant ideas and themes, generated during the history of psychoanalysis, that deserve to be discussed by present psychoanalysts.
Clinical Research in Psychoanalysis Theoretical Basis and Experiences through Working Parties
The Female Body Inside and Outside
Death and Identity
Psychopathology of Work Clinical Observations
The Analyzing Situation
By Florence Guignard
July 13, 2021
The Infantile in Psychoanalytic Practice Today demonstrates the concept of the Infantile, first proposed almost a quarter of a century ago, and the ways in which it has become an indispensable tool in contemporary psychoanalytic clinical practice. As a ‘concept of the third type’, the Infantile ...
Edited By Marina Altmann de Litvan
July 08, 2021
This book looks at the place of clinical research in psychoanalysis, drawing on the work of a number of IPA working parties from a range of different schools of psychoanalytic thought. Clinical Research in Psychoanalysis is a unique contribution to the attempts to bridge the gap between clinicians ...
By Ludovica Grassi
June 01, 2021
In this book, Grassi explores the importance of music in psychoanalysis and the place of listening for rhythm within it, arguing that music is a basic working tool for psyche, as words are composed of sound, rhythm and intonation more than lexical meaning. Starting from ethnomusicological, ...
Edited By Margaret Ann Fitzpatrick Hanly, Marina Altmann de Litvan, Ricardo Bernardi
April 19, 2021
Change Through Time in Psychoanalysis presents a new stage of the work done through the IPA Committee on Clinical Observation between 2014 and 2020—the advances in our method, the Three Level Model (3-LM), and our clinical thinking. In this new volume, ideas on observational research, clinical ...
By Paola Golinelli
December 31, 2020
"Why are we so fascinated by beauty?" is a question many of us have asked ourselves, as have many who came before us. This book investigates the moment of ecstatic solitude in which everyone can experience emotions through films, works of art or natural phenomenon, when, even if for a "magic" ...
By Ilany Kogan
April 17, 2020
This book has grown from a belief that the psychoanalytic exploration of literature and performances leads to a richer and fuller understanding of each individual’s internal reality. It includes an exploration of narcissistic fantasies from various protagonists of film and novels and focuses on the...
Edited By Ingrid Moeslein-Teising, Frances Thomson-Salo
May 01, 2013
This book gathers together a number of cutting edge contributions about the female body, inside and out, from a large group of psychoanalysts who are at the forefront of new thinking about issues of femininity, the female body, sex and gender. It explores the female body in art, in pregnancy and ...
By Susana Kuras Mauer, Sara Moscona, Silvia Resnizky
October 15, 2019
Psychoanalytic Work with Families and Couples rethinks the ways in which conflicts present today in psychoanalytic consulting rooms and the nature of suffering in family, couple, and sibling bonds. Based on two major concepts, that of device (drawn from the philosophers Foucault, Deleuze, and ...
By Michel de M'Uzan
July 15, 2013
Michel de M'Uzan has derived several innovative notions from his clinical experience that are relevant not only for the psychoanalyst's status of identity, which is sometimes dramatically shaken by his or her patient's unconscious, but also for the artist who is deeply destabilized by his act of ...
By Christophe Dejours
June 09, 2015
This book examines the processes at issue in the onset of psychiatric disorders linked to stress in the workplace. Six clinical observations are presented: an acute psychosomatic decompensation (status asthmaticus); a delirious episode; a dementia-like confusional state; a sexuality disorder; two ...
By Jean-Luc Donnet
December 31, 2009
In this book the author explores the particularities of the status of the method in psychoanalysis, linked to the specificity of unconscious psychic processes. If the method aims at ensuring a level of technical mastery, it must also make sure that analytic treatment does not become an 'application...
By Peter Zagermann
November 08, 2016
This book is concerned with the question of what psychoanalytic training should look like today. Should we go on with the system that has developed over time? Or should we abandon it, and if so, for which reasons? It provides a detailed and compelling account of the ongoing, sometimes heated, ...