Conferences

 87  Standing in the Light/Standing in the Shadows -Rethinking Paternity. Presentation at the 25th IFPE Conference, San Francisco. November 6-8 2014.
86. Talk Given at WCSPP May 19, 2014 “Quantum Physics Models and The Psychoanalytic Unconscious”. (Fireside Chat Series) Westchester, New York
85. Symbolism and Language — Psychoanalysis and the Poetic Encounter with poets and psychoanalysts, NPAP members Merle Molofsky and Gerald J. Gargiulo. Friday, September 20, 2013 at 8:00 pm. NPAP Meeting Room, 40 W 13 Street.
84.  National Psychological Association for Psychoanalysis Presents Quantum Theory and Psychoanalytic Dialogue by Jerry Gargiulo and Ruth Rosenbaum. Sunday, April 22, 2012, 5:30-7:00pm, NPAP, 40 West 13th Street, New York. More info
83. Quantum Theory and Psychoanalytic Practice, Delivered at the IFPE Conference (International Forum for Psychoanalytic Education) Fort Lauderdale, Fl. Nov. 10-12, 2011.
82. Quantum Theory and Psychoanalytic Practice, and Transference and Clinical Practice, given at The Chicago Open Chapter for Psychoanalysis (Div 39). October 22, 2011
81. Response to Donnel B. Stern’s Paper: Implicit theories of technique and the values that inspire them. NAAP Conference, New York City, November 6, 2010.
80. Therapeutic Models and Clinical Interventions
Response to Donnel B. Stern’s Paper:
Implicit theories of technique and the values that inspire them.
NAAP Conference, New York City, November 6, 2010.
79. The Psychoanalytic Unconscious in a Quantum World
A seminar given at Mt Sinai Hospital (NYC) Psychotherapy Seminar, on March 23,2010.
78. Response to Dr. Marcia Cavell’s “Learning To Improvise: Jazz and the Psychoanalytic Process”. Scientific Meeting NPAP. The New School, New York City. (November 2008)
77. “Transcending religion: reflections on psychoanalysis and spirituality” Paper read at The Long Island Psychoanalytic Society (quarterly meeting). North Shore Hospital, Long Island, N.Y. (October 2008)
76. “Aloneness in psychoanalysis and spirituality” Paper read at the annual conference of The Connecticut Society for Psychoanalytic Psychology. (Stanley Leavy, M.D. discussant). New Haven, Ct. (September 2008)
75.  Jenkins Interviews Gargiulo: ‘Creativity Comes to Us Out of Dialogue. NPAP News & Reviews, Vol. 38, No. 2. Spring 2008.
74. “Framing the question; psychoanalytic process and home offices” Paper presented at NPAP (New York City) Continuing Education Series. (January 2008)
73. “Transcending religion: reflections on psychoanalysis and spirituality” Paper read at the “Psychodynamics of Religion” seminar at the annual meeting of The American Psychoanalytic Association, New York City. (January 2008)
72. “Reflections on the clinical unconscious.” Paper presented at the IFPE Conference, Toronto, Canada. (October 2007)
71. “Transcending religion: reflections on spirituality and psychoanalytic Practice” presented at the annual meeting of The Philadelphia Society for Psychoanalytic Psychology, Philadelphia, Pa. (October 2006)
70. “Metaphor and Ontology: Revisiting the Unconscious and the “I.”” Paper presented at the Toronto Institute for Contemporary Psychoanalysis, Toronto, Ontario. (May 2005)
69. pdfNarrating a Life, Translating a Father.” Paper presented at the Chicago Open Chapter for the Study of Psychoanalysis, Chicago, Illinois. (December 2005)
68. “Psychoanalysis and the Possibility of Meaning.” Paper presented at the Southeast Florida Institute for Psychoanalytic Psychology, Boca Raton, Florida. (2004)
67. “In Search of a Self.” Paper presented at the Southeast Florida Association for Psychoanalytic Psychology, Boca Raton, Florida. (2004)
66. “Empathy and Reverie.” Paper presented at the Toronto Institute for Contemporary Psychoanalysis, Toronto, Ontario. (April 2004)
65. “Hidden Boundaries/Hidden Spaces.” Presidential address given at The International Federation for Psychoanalytic Education Conference, Fort Lauderdale, Florida. (2002)
64. VIDEO: Reading of a chapter from Dr. Gargiulo’s book “Psyche, Self, and Soul” (John Wiley & Co), entitled “Psychoanalysis, Spirituality, and the Possibility of Meaning”. Reading was part of a lecture that took place in Hamilton, Ontario at the Canadian Psychological Association – Psychoanalytic Division. (2003)
63. “The Significance of the Analyst’s Cultural Background.” Paper presentation- at the The International Federation for Psychoanalytic Education Conference, Fort Lauderdale, Florida. (2002)
62. “Timelessness, Compassion and the Therapeutic Process.” Paper presented at the Ross Institute Center for Well-Being, East Hampton, New York. (October 2001)
61. “Thoughts on Diagnosis ” A Winnicottian Perspective.” Paper presented at The International Federation for Psychoanalytic Education Conference Chicago, Illinois. (2000)
60. “Language, Love, and the Human Condition: A Psychoanalyst’s Reflection on Healing.” Paper presented at the American Association of Pastoral Counselors and the Council of Psychoanalytic Psychotherapists Joint Conference, New York, New York. (April 1999)
59. “Recollection, Reverie and Empathy.” Paper presented at the The International Federation for Psychoanalytic Education Conference, San Francisco, California. (1999)
58. pdfWhen is the Unconscious Conscious” Originally given as a lecture at The New York Center for Psychoanalytic Training seminar series entitled “When Is the Unconscious Conscious””, New York City, New York. (1998)
57. pdfMeaning and Metaphor in Psychoanalytic Education” Presidential address given at the International Federation for Psychoanalytic Education Conference, Lansing, Michigan. (Also Chapter One of “Psyche, Self and Soul.”) (1997)
56. “Psychoanalysis: Remembering the Past ” Looking to the Future.” Chairperson and presenter at the International Federation for Psychoanalytic Education, Boca Raton, Florida. (1996)
55. “Winnicott”s Psychoanalytic Playground.” Paper presented at the American Psychological Association Conference, Division 39, New York, New York. (1996)
54. “A Symposium on the Vicissitudes of Psychoanalysis and Psychoanalytic Treatment of Severe Psychopathology in Light of the Contributions of D. W. Winnicott.” Co-discussant with Peter Giovacchini, MD, at the Illinois School of Professional Psychology, Meadows Campus, Chicago, Illinois. (November 1996)
53. “Fifty Years of Analytic Training ” NPAP.” Paper presented to The International Federation for Psychoanalytic Education Conference, Toronto, Ontario. (1995)
52. “The Current State of American Psychoanalysis,” “Winnicott’s Challenge to Analytic Creativity,” “Freud and Winnicott- An Analyst’s Clinical Journey.” lectures presented at the Centre for Psychoanalytic Studies, University of Kent, at Canterbury and at the London Center for Psychotherapy and the Center for Psychoanalytic Studies, London, England. (June 8th & 9th 1995)
51. Four lectures on the work of Donald Winnicott presented at the Institute for Psychoanalytic Training and Research (Workshop Series), New York, New York. (1995)
50. “Winnicott”s Psychoanalytic Contributions.” Paper presented to the Postdoctoral Institute of Psychoanalysis and Psychotherapy, New York, New York. (1995)
49. “Winnicott”s Psychoanalytic Playground.” Nova Southeastern University”s Center for Psychological Studies (Colloquium Series), Fort Lauderdale, Florida. (1995)
48. “Evening of Jungians and Freudians.” Panel Discussant.Winnicott and the Freudian Legacy. Jung Institute of New York. New York. (1995)
47. “D.W.Winnicott: A Challenge To Analytic Creativity.” Lecture: The Augusta Weber Institute for Training in Psychotherapy. Sag Harbor, New York. (1995)
46. “Psychoanalysis Today.” Monthly lecture sponsored by Jewish Family Service of Stamford, Ct. (Febrary 1994)
45 “Winnicott’s Challenge to Psychoanalytic Creativity.” Paper presented at the International Federation for Psychoanalytic Education Conference,Chicago, Illinois. (1994)
44. “Winnicottian Thoughts on Borderline Pathology.” Lecture presented at The National Psychological Association for Psychoanalysis Continuing Education Westchester Series, New York, New York. (1994)
43. “The Problematic of Analytic Authority.” Lecture presented at Free Association, San Francisco, Ca. (November 1994)
42. “Pastoral Concern vs. Further Clinical Training,” Clinical Lecture Series: The Wisdom to Know the Difference at The National Psychological Association for Psychoanalysis, New York, New York. Conference held at Manhattanville College, Purchase, NY. (March 1993)
41. Lecture at the Jewish Family Service: Psychoanalysis Today. Stamford, CT. (February 1993)
40. “Transference and Reality.” Paper presented at the workshop series of the Theodor Reik Consultation Center, New York, New York. (1992)
39. “Borderline anger and object relations theory.” Paper presented at Darien Hospital, Darien, Connecticut. (1992)
38. “The Question of Lay Analysis Sixty Years Later.” Paper presented at The International Federation for Psychoanalytic Education Conference, Denver, Colorado. (1992)
37. “The Language of Psychoanalysis – Laplanche and Pontalis,” Clinical Lecture Series at The National Psychological Association for Psychoanalysis, New York, New York. (May 1992)
36. A discussion of Reflections, Musings and Interventions: A Personal Communication on Psychoanalytic Work. At NPAP. New York. (September 1991)
35. “Psychopharmacology: Is It Replacing Psychotherapy”” Lecture sponsored by the Long Island Consultation Center, Inc. , (Gracie Square Hospital) New York, New York. (1991)
34. “Understanding and Treating Anxiety Disorders.” Paper presented at the Harborview Counseling Center, Sag Harbor, New York. (1991)
33. “Sublimation: Winnicottian Reflections On A Freudian Concept.” lecture sponsored by The National Psychological Association for Psychoanalysis. Scientific Series: A Winnicott Meeting. Metropolitan Duane Methodist Church, New York City, New York. (1990)
32. Lecture on: “Authority, The Self and Psychoanalytic Experience”…(NPAP) Workshop Series. New York Academy of Sciences. (Discussant: Dr. Harvey Schrier) (October 1988)
31. “Understanding Psychoanalysis Today.” A Series of Nine lectures at Greenwich Hospital, Greenwich, Connecticut. (1988)
30. “Classical Psychoanalysis and Contemporary Object Relations Theory Technical Considerations.” Greenwich Hospital, Greenwich, Connecticut. (1987)
29. “English Object Relations Theory: Its Interface with Classical Metapsychology.” Panel discussion, National Psychological Association for Psychoanalysis Meeting, New York, New York. (1986)
28. “Aggression, Analytic Training, and The Therapeutic Self.” Paper presented at the National Association for the Advancement of Psychoanalysis National Conference, New York, New York. (1986)
27. “The Treatment of Borderline Patients.” Paper presented to the Council of Psychoanalytic Psychotherapists(Scientific Program Series), New York, New York. (1986)
26. “Superman Heroes and the American Ego Ideal.” Paper presented to the Washington Square Institute for Psychotherapy and Mental Health, New York, New York. (1986)
25. “The Interface of Object Relations and Classical Psychoanalytic Theory.” Lecture presented at the National Psychological Association for Psychoanalysis Scientific Lecture Series, New York, New York. (1986)
24. Transference and Idolatry.” Presented at the Lounge Seminars, Religion Department, Princeton University, New Jersey. (October 1985)
23. “Emphatic Reconstruction and the Resolution of the Paranoid Transference.” Discussant for The National Psychological Association for Psychoanalysis Scientific Workshop, New York, New York. (1985)
22. “Withdrawal, Regression and Suicide: Clinical Comments.” Paper presented at the Council of Psychoanalytic Psychotherapists (Scientific Program Series), New York, New York. (1985)
21. “Psychoanalytic observations on the Issue of Insurance Reimbursement.” Paper presented at the Council of Psychoanalytic Psychotherapists Annual Meeting (Scientific Program Series), New York, New York. (1984)
20. “Authority and the Analytic Community.” Paper presented at the NPAP Training Institute. New York City. (1984)
19. Some Psychoanalytical Reflections on the Nuclear Arms Race (with Julia Gargiulo). Sponsored by Hotline at The Western Greenwich Civic Center. Greenwich, CT (March 1983)
18. “The Nuclear Problem of Trust.” Panel discussion at the Union of Concerned Psychoanalytic Psychotherapists Conference, [UCPP] New York City , New York. (1983)
17. “Authority and the Psychoanalytic Community.” Presidential address given at the Council of Psychoanalytic Psychotherapists, New York, New York. (1983)
16. “A Psychoanalytic Reading of Meister Eckhart.” Seminar workshop: Fordham University, Graduate Department of Theology. New York. (1982)
15. “The Ambiguities in Human Consciousness which Predispose Us Towards War.” Panel discussion sponsored by The Council of Psychoanalytic Psychotherapists, New York City, New York. (1982)
14. “Can We Halt The Arms Race”” Panel Discussion sponsored by the Pound Ridge Library Committee, Pound Ridge, New York. (1982)
13. Psychological Importance of Community Involvement. Featured speaker at the Pound Ridge Good Neighbord Award. Pound Ridge Elementary School. (November 1980)
12. “Freudian, Jungian, Adlerian and Modern Analytic Approaches to Problems of Intimacy and Communication.” Panel discussion a National Accreditation Association and The American Examining Board of Psychoanalysis  Conference, New York City, New York. (1980)
11. “Counseling and the Growth of the Spirit.” Three lectures presented at Postgraduate Center for Mental Health, New York, New York. (1980)
10. “Intimacy and Communication.” Panel discussion at the National Association for the Advancement of Psychoanalysis Conference. New York, New York. (1980)
9. Introduction to The English Object Relations School of Psychoanalysis. Fordham University and Tarrytown, New York [MSW Certificate Program] (February 1979)
8. “An Introduction to Winnicott”s Theory and Practice.” Paper presented at Department of Psychology, Kingsboro Psychiatric Center, New York, New York. (1976)
7. “Sublimation, Psychoanalysis and Symbolic Experience.” Two lectures presented at Department of Psychology, University of Dallas, Dallas, Texas. (1976)
6. Freudian Symbols – A Look at Their Function. Psychology Department of Rockland COmmunity College. New York. (April 1975)
5. “The Effects of Theoretical Constructs on the Concept of Sublimation.” Paper presented at The Institute for Psychoanalytic Training and Research Conference, New York, New York. (1972)
4. “Introduction to Freud.” Four lectures presented to Adult Education Division, Fordham University, New York City, New York. (1971)
3. “Process Philosophy, Theology and Psychoanalysis.” Two series of five lectures presented at Maryknoll Center, Maryknoll, New York. (1969)
2. “Depth Psychology and Religious Man.” Eight lectures presented at Iona College, New Rochelle, New York. (1969)
1. “Theological Anthropology.” Ten lectures presented at Iona College, New Rochelle, New York. (1967)