Totem and Taboo: Freud Was Right! Lecture 1, Part V – The Universal Oedipus Complex

Totem and Taboo: Freud Was Right!
The Universal Oedipus Complex

Part 5
Pathological Patriarchy vs. Prolonged Infant Dependency and the Complemental Series

by Michael Poff, MSW, MA
Psychoanalyst – The Carter-Jenkins Center Psychoanalytic Institute
M.A., Anthropology, The University of Chicago

Accompanying Paper (PDF)

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Totem and Taboo: Freud Was Right!

Totem and Taboo: Freud Was Right!
A lecture series by Michael Poff, MSW, MA
Psychoanalyst – The Carter-Jenkins Center Psychoanalytic Institute
M.A., Anthropology, The University of Chicago

Introduction

Lecture 1, Part I – The Universal Oedipal Complex

Lecture 1, Part II – The Universal Oedipal Complex

Lecture 1, Part III – The Universal Oedipal Complex

Lecture 1, Part IV – The Universal Oedipal Complex

Lecture 1, Part V – The Universal Oedipal Complex (New!)

Totem and Taboo: Freud Was Right! Lecture 1, Part IV – The Universal Oedipus Complex

Totem and Taboo: Freud Was Right!
The Universal Oedipus Complex

Part 4
Oedipus Rediscovered in Anthropology and Effaced in Contemporary Psychoanalysis

by Michael Poff, MSW, MA
Psychoanalyst – The Carter-Jenkins Center Psychoanalytic Institute
M.A., Anthropology, The University of Chicago

Accompanying Paper (PDF)

For more programs like this, please visit us at www.thecjc.org.

Anna Freud Diagnostic Profile – The Concept of the Oedipus Complex in Boys and Girls: Similarities and Differences. Its Significance in later Personality Development

Anna Freud Diagnostic Profile – The Concept of the Oedipus Complex in Boys and Girls: Similarities and Differences. Its Significance in later Personality Development
(5th in a 13 part series)
presented by Humberto Nagera MD

Mini-Course in Psychoanalytic Theory and Psychodynamic Psychiatry

Figure illustrating Girl’s Oedipal Complex (PDF, as shown and explained in video).

These lectures are a mini-course in clinical psychoanalysis and psychoanalytic theory. They are as well an invaluable resource for residents of psychiatry needing to hone up their knowledge of dynamic psychiatry, one of the new competencies required to pass the boards. Each lecture deals with one or more subjects but always in the clinical context of Anna Freud’s Developmental Profile. Please view/download the paper that goes with them and follow the series in sequence.

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