O que foram as Conferências Online SPGPAG 2020?
As Conferências Online SPGPAG foram uma das respostas que a nossa Sociedade Científica organiza perante as atuais contingências impostas pela Pandemia COVID-19. As duas conferências online realizaram-se nos dias 21 e 28 de novembro de 2020, com bastante sucesso e entusiamo por parte dos que participaram!
Dia 28 de Novembro tivemos o privilégio de ouvir o Professor Mark Solms que partilhou o seu vasto conhecimento numa conferencia com o título “Implications of Neuropsychoanalysis for Clinical Practice”. Esta conferência foi absolutamente fascinante, tendo permitido abrir uma perspetiva inovadora e inspiradora no nosso trabalho grupanalítico!
Neste sentido queremos deixar aqui o nosso agradecimento ao Professor Mark Solms e a todos aqueles que ajudaram a tornar possível este memorável acontecimento científico!
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Prof Mark Solms
PhD in Neuropsychology
Psychologist by the British Psychological Society (1989)
Neuropsychologist by the British Neuropsychological Society (1991)
Psychoanalyst trained by British Psychoanalytical Society (1995)
Full Member of:
International Psychoanalytical Association, (1995)
International Neuropsychoanalysis Society (2000)
South African Clinical Neuropsychological Association (2003)
American College of Psychoanalysts (Honorary) (2004)
South African Psychoanalytical Association (Training Analyst) (2009)
American College of Psychiatrists (Honorary) (2016)
American Psychoanalytic Association (2016)
Neuroscience Institute of the University of Cape Town (2018)
Full Member of Other Scientific Societies Professional Associations:
2004- National Psychological Association for Psychoanalysis, New York (Honorary)
1998- New York Psychoanalytic Society (Honorary)
1995- International Psychoanalytical Association
1995- British Psychoanalytical Society
1991- British Neuropsychological Society
1989- British Psychological Society (Division of Neuropsychology,1999)
He holds the Chair of Neuropsychology (University of Cape Town and Groote Schuur Hospital)
President of the South African Psychoanalytical Association
He has already published 350 articles in Neuroscientific and Psychoanalytic Journals
His author and Co-Author of 8 scientific books.
One of his books, as co-author: “The Brain and the Inner World “, it was translated into 12 languages.
A collection of his main papers was published, in 2015, as: “The Feeling Brain” .
His next book, “The Hidden Spring”, it will appear, in early 2021.
He is the Official Editor and Translator of the forthcoming Revised Standard Edition of the Complete Psychological Works of Sigmund Freud (24 Vols.) and Complete Neuroscientific Works of Sigmund Freud (4 Vols.)
Researcher, Teaching or Institutional Scientific positions
2016- Director, International Neuropsychoanalysis Centre, London
2016- Director, Science Department, American Psychoanalytic Association
2016- Visiting Fellow, Neubauer Collegium, University of Chicago
2016- Heinz Kohut Visiting Professor, University of Chicago
2016- Teaching Faculty Member, Research Training Programme of International Psychoanalytical Association
2013- Chair, Research Committee, International Psychoanalytical Association
2013- Member, International Advisory Board, International Psychoanalytic University, Berlin
2013- Member, Academy of Science of South Africa
2013-2017- Visiting Professor, Sigmund Freud Institute, Frankfurt
2013- Patron, Restitution Foundation (South Africa)
2013-2016- Trustee, Neuropsychoanalysis Fund, London
2012- Member, Advisory Council, Sigourney Award Trust, New York
2012-2014- Head, Department of Psychology, University of Cape Town
2012-2017- Director, The Health Foundation of the Western Cape
2011- Director, Franschhoek Transformation Charter Trust
2010-2012-Member, Depression Task Force, Hope for Depression Research Foundation, New York
2010- Trustee, Loudon Charitable Trust
2009- President, South African Psychoanalytical Association
2007- Visiting Professor, Michigan Psychoanalytic Institute
2006-2012- Research Co-Director, Hope for Depression Research Foundation, New York
2006- Trustee, David Astor Journalism Awards Trust (Chair from 2012).
2003-2013- Director, International Neuropsychoanalysis Centre, London
2002- Professor in Neuropsychology, Department of Psychology, University of Cape Town.
2001- Director, Arnold Pfeffer Center for Neuropsychoanalysis, New York Psychoanalytic Institute