en 1898, c'est le plus ancien journal francophone des Amériques.
"De tendance centre droit, il s'attache à cultiver un
amour profond pour Haïti et n'a jamais donné son appui
à aucun parti politique", précise son directeur,
seminar in English offered by Gifric in Quebec City, Canada, in
collaboration with the American Psychoanalytic Circles of the Quebec
Freudien School: Boston, California (Los Angeles and San Francisco),
Chicago, Puerto Rico.
7000, Côte des Neiges, Montreal
Scientific Programme Committee is pleased to welcome
to open the Scientific Programme for 2013-2014.
Psychoanalytic Treatment of Psychosis:
From Psychotic Experience to Civic Responsibility”
Bergeron is a Supervising Analyst, Psychiatrist and Associate Professor
of Psychiatry at Laval University in Quebec City,
in charge of Teaching at Gifric and Director of the 388.
last 30 years, the psychoanalysts and psychiatrists of GIFRIC together
with a multidisciplinary treatment team have risen to the challenge
of treating psychotics elsewhere than the hospital and otherwise than
with medication. Their clinical work consists in guiding patients
from psychotic experience to civic responsibility. In order to work
in this manner, they refuse the form of discrimination that consists
in supposing psychosis to be a deficiency due to a brain disease.
March 11th, 2012, organisers of the University of Montreal’s
TEDx conference hosted, as part of their premier edition events,
a series of conferences highlighting the talents and innovations
of creative individuals in various fields of study. Taking place
at la Société des arts technologiques (SAT) in Montreal,
psychiatrist and psychoanalyst
Danielle Bergeron was invited to speak about the
psychoanalytical treatment of psychosis as offered at le 388 in
Making Contact with the Depths:
Psychosis as it is Lived
promotes psychotherapeutic treatments for psychoses.
At the Chicago School of Professional Psychology
325 North Wells St., Chicago, IL 60654
sponsored by the Lifespan Learning Institute for continuing education
Hosted by the ISPS-US Chicago Branch.
Speaker: Danielle Bergeron, MD, FRCPC, FAPA
A founder of GIFRIC Center for Research and Training,
and Director of The 388, the Psychoanalytic Treatment Center
for Young Adult Psychotics, Quebec From Psychotic Experience to Civic Responsibility