Hebrew-Arabic Psychoanalytic Center for Consultation and Treatment of Children and Adolescents
Towards the establishment of the Center, a team was recruited from the Lacanian Psychoanalytic Community in Israel, comprised of colleagues with diverse training and clinical experience. All staff members have the proper training and legal qualifications to practice and provide treatment services.
The team work within the Center hinges on what each member has encountered in his or her analytic training, the ethical foundation of which, rests on indications derived from the teaching of Jacques Lacan, the successor of Freud. Members make use of knowledge and experience accumulated within similar analytic institutions prevailing worldwide, and wish to contribute in their turn as well. The Center strives to maintain a link and professional ties with these institutions as well as with the New Lacanian School in which the founders of the Center are members.
Much like in similar Centers, the commitment of the staff members to the initiative and action of the Center, lies primarily on the anticipated contribution of their effort to rendering psychoanalytic discourse present in society and in the community, as well as on the anticipated professional contribution of the work in the Center to their clinical training in the analytic practice.
Staff of the Center: