APsaA’s 2019 National Meeting is the Association’s largest event of the year bringing together more than 1,800 attendees from around the world and delivering six full days of psychoanalytic programming with more than 150 unique sessions to consider. The meeting also provides numerous opportunities to meet and network with colleagues from around the country. The National Meeting offers stimulating content for mental health professionals, educators, researchers and students who are curious about psychoanalysis. A variety of registration fees are available including single day and Sunday only. Be sure to register by January 8 to take advantage of special discounts on hotel and meeting registration.
Register by Tuesday, January 8th for the lowest hotel and meeting registration rates.
“In the arts and psychoanalysis, partners in creation experience the perils of rivalry and fusion as well as the pleasures of intimacy and mutual discovery.”
The planning committee looks forward to the return of well-received presenters from the 2017 Symposium, musician, David Rosenmeyer, artist Jane McAdam Freud, and art historians David Freedberg and Diane O’Donoghue. We are also looking forward to welcoming Mark Solms, psychoanalyst and neuroscientist, who will be delivering a plenary paper.
The symposium site will be the Convitto Della Calza, a 16th century architectural masterpiece adorned with magnificent frescos; it has been reborn as a 21st century conference venue, with state-of-the art audio-visual systems. Numerous microphones will allow attendees to join post-lecture discussions with ease. Two coffee breaks per day will facilitate further sharing of ideas.
Once again, we will offer tours of Florence, a city that is, itself, a living museum, the grandest realization of the high Renaissance, updated but intact, within a setting of inspiring beauty.
Periodically, we will be sending progress reports on plans for the 2020 symposium. As the date draws near, this will include detailed information about hotel accommodations and registration. We expect the website for the 2020 Symposium to be posted later this fall.