Presenter: Patricia Gherovici, Ph.D. is a psychoanalyst who is an analytic supervisor, senior member and faculty of the Apres-Coup Psychoanalytic Association of New York and co-founder and director of the Philadelphia Lacan Group.
Date: Sunday, November 8, 2015
CE Credits: Three (3) CE Credits
Is gender merely what we have between our legs or is it more complex? The availability of technological interventions that modify the body is a fact of modern life, making us rethink dominant and popular assumptions about nature and nurture, chance and necessity, masculinity and femininity, life and death, motherhood and fatherhood.
Contemporary experiences with transgender people bring to the fore issues of embodiment. These issues affect both cisgender people--those whose self-perception of their gender matches the sex they were assigned at birth--and trans people--those who identify with a gender other than the sex they were assigned at birth. Such experiences challenge traditional notions of gender, of sex, of sexual orientation, and of sexual identity, while also reorienting psychoanalytic practice.
FEE: $150 (lunch included)
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Seats are limited to 25 SEFAPP Members.
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