Carlos E. Sluzki

Carlos E. Sluzki, MD, was trained in psychiatry in the department of psychopathology, G.A. Alfaro General Hospital in Lanus (Argentina); in psychoanalysis at the Argentine Psychoanalytic Association; and in family therapy at the Mental Research Institute (Palo Alto, California), where he was Director (1980-1983). He has been professor of psychiatry at the Universities of San Francisco and Los Angeles, as well as at the University of Massachusetts Medical School; advisor at the World Health Organisation, the United Nations High Commission on Refugees, and the Office of the Prosecutor of the International Criminal Court. He is currently a professor in the department of global and community health and at the School for Conflict Analysis and Resolution, at George Mason University, Arlington, Virginia and clinical professor of psychiatry and behavioural sciences at George Washington University, in Washington, DC.

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Shame and Humiliation: A Dialogue between Psychoanalytic and Systemic Approaches

Shame and Humiliation: A Dialogue between Psychoanalytic and Systemic Approaches

by Carlos Guillermo Bigliani, Rodolfo Moguillansky

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Shame and Humiliation aims at exploring a sub-set of universal emotions that are usually labelled as "negative" because of the sense of unease that they generate when we experience them and the... (more)

The Presence of the Absent: Therapy with Families and Their Ghosts

The Presence of the Absent: Therapy with Families and Their Ghosts

by Carlos E. Sluzki

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Where live our most cherished (or painful) memories? Where do our beloved (or dreaded) exist when departed? In the gray zone between our self and our world, they can exist as internal reminiscences... (more)

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