One of the joys of being mostly retired and volunteering way too much is that I have an opportunity to collaborate with amazing young people doing important and often pathbreaking work in the area of Psychosis. Psychologist Marie Brown, vice-president of ISPS-US and the person responsible for my becoming president recently held this “Dialogue” on Psychosis, Psychoanalysis, and the Peer/Survivor Movement, published in April in Division/Review, a journal of the psychoanalytical division of the American Psychological Association. The “dialogue” was in fact a laborious process on my part, entailing many hours of cogitation, writing, and rewriting to ensure that I meant what I wrote and that what wrote conveyed precisely what I wished to communicate.

This is the link to the article: