Early psychoanalysis was a radical social movement which stood in opposition to the cultural praxis of its time. Similarly, the current social justice movement challenges unconscious mores. How is psychoanalysis currently integrating with social justice in applied practice? How might psychoanalytic tradition and social justice be reckoned moving forward?
The prize-winning essay, and any essays given honourable mention, will be published on the Section V website
The winner will be announced in March 2020
and the prize awarded at the Spring 2020 Division 39 Meeting.
Submission Guidelines: Essays should be no more than 15 double-spaced pages. The contestant’s name and email should appear on a separate title page, but this identifying information should not be included in the body of the essay. Word or PDF formats are acceptable. Any submissions that do not have two documents (title page and essay) will be returned to the author to resubmit.
Deadline: February 4, 2020.
Eligibility: To participate in the contest, you must be a graduate student or early career professional in a mental health discipline. There are no other preconditions.