Tuesday, October 6, 2020
7:30 - 9:00 pm Virtual Meet the Author - Poetry reading and discussion with Steven Luria Ablon, MD, in conversation with Dan Jacobs, MD, and the online audience.
Online registration is required for this program. All registrants will receive a Webinar Meeting Link.
About the Book
"Dinner in the Garden" is a new collection of Steven Ablon's poetry exploring how families and generations interact and evolve and bringing to play the deepest feelings. It is a most precious voyage.
"Steven Ablon's poetry is immediately accessible as it combines the language and multiple texts of the heart with his fine linguistic access to the mind. We meet all of the people he loves and learn how complex love is over the lifespan. A fine and heartwarming anthology."
~ Jim Herzog, MD, a BPSI Training and Supervising Adult and Child Psychoanalyst
About the Author
Steven L. Ablon, MD,
is a BPSI Training and Supervising Adult and Child Analyst and an Associate Clinical Professor of Harvard University Medical School at Massachusetts General Hospital and a Poet. He is a winner of an Academy of American Poets Prize and the author of five books of poems
. Dr. Ablon's psychoanalytic writings include numerous articles on child analysis, dreams, technique, play, and children literature as well as two books, The Development and Sustenance of Self-Esteem in Childhood
(1983) and Human Feelings: Explorations in Affect Development and Meaning
About the Moderator
Dan Jacobs, MD, is a BPSI Training and Supervising Analyst, Faculty, and Director of the Hanns Sachs Library and Archives. He is the author of The Distance from Home: A Novel (2019), Grete Bibring: A Culinary Biography (2015), Edward Bibring Photographs the Psychoanalysts of His Time (1932-1938) (2005), The Supervisory Encounter: A Guide for Teachers of Psychodynamic Psychotherapy and Psychoanalysis (1995), several essays on the works of Tennessee Williams and numerous psychoanalytic articles and book reviews.
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The target audience for this program is the general public and mental health clinicians at all levels of training.
Continuing education is not offered for this program.
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