Curriculum Vitae

Shorter CV
 Donna M. Orange, Ph.D., Psy.D.


Email: donna.orange@gmail.com


Web site:  www.donnamorange.net

 


Education


Ph.D. in philosophy, Fordham University, New York, 1979.

 

Psy. D. in clinical psychology, Yeshiva University, New York, 1987.

 

Analytic certification, Institute for the Psychoanalytic Study of Subjectivity, New York, 1991

 

 

Affiliations


Assistant Clinical Professor (Adjunct) and Consultant / Supervisor,  New York University Post-Doctoral Program in Psychotherapy and Psychoanalysis. Relational Track.  New York.

 

Faculty and training and supervising analyst, Istituto di Specializzizione in Psicologia psicoanalitica del sé e psicoanalisi relazionale, Roma and Milano..

 

Faculty and training and supervising analyst, Institute for the Psychoanalytic Study of Subjectivity, New York.



Publications

 

Peirce’s Conception of God.  Bloomington, IN: Indiana University Press, 1984.

 

Emotional Understanding: Studies in Psychoanalytic Epistemology.  New York: Guilford, 1995.

 

Working Intersubjectively: Contextualism in Psychoanalytic Practice, with G. Atwood and R. Stolorow.  Hillsdale, NJ: The Analytic Press, 1997.

 

Worlds of Experience: Interweaving Philosophical and Psychoanalytic Considerations, with R. Stolorow and G. Atwood.  New York: Basic Books, 2002.

 

Beyond Postmodernism: New Dimensions in Clinical Theory and Practice. Ed. with R. Frie.  London and New York: Routledge, 2009.

 

Thinking for Clinicians: Philosophical Resources for Contemporary Psychoanalysis and the Humanistic Psychotherapies.  London and New York: Routledge, 2010.

The Suffering Stranger: Hermeneutics for Everyday Clinical Practice.  London and New York: Routledge, 2011.  Winner of The Gradiva Award for best book in psychoanalysis in 2012.  

Nourishing the Inner Life of Clinicians and Humanitarians: The Ethical Turn in Psychoanalysis.  London and New York: Routledge (Taylor and Francis Group), 2016.    


Climate Crisis, Psychoanalysis, and Radical Ethics.  Forthcoming from Routledge (Taylor and Francis Group) in 2016.

 


 
 
Longer CV
Donna M. Orange, Ph.D., Psy.D.


Email: donna.orange@gmail.com


Web site: www.donnamorange.net

 

 

Academic Degrees

 

B.A., Marylhurst College, 1967, elementary education and social science

 

M.A., Gonzaga University, 1973, philosophy, thesis: Evil and Organic Pattern in Alfred North Whitehead.

 

Ph.D., Fordham University, New York, 1979, philosophy, dissertation: The Development of Peirce’s Theism

 

M.S., Seattle University, 1982, counseling

 

Psy. D., Yeshiva University, New York, 1987, clinical psychology, dissertation: Multiple Interpretative Frameworks in Literature and Clinical Practice

 

 

Professional Certifications

 

1991, certified psychoanalyst, Institute for the Psychoanalytic Study of Subjectivity, New York

 

1989, New Jersey state certified psychologist

 

1988, New York state certified psychologist

 

 

Affiliations


Assistant Clinical Professor (Adjunct) and Consultant / Supervisor,  New York University Post-Doctoral Program in Psychotherapy and Psychoanalysis. Relational Track.  New York.

 

Faculty and supervising analyst, Institute for the Psychoanalytic Study of Subjectivity (IPSS), New York.

 

Faculty and supervising and training analyst, Istituto di Specializzazione in psicologia psicoanalitica del sé e psicoanalisi relazionale (ISIPSé), Roma and Milano.


Faculty (corresponding), Institute of Contemporary Psychoanalysis, Los Angeles.

 

International Honorary Fellow of the BCPC (Bath Centre for Psychotherapy and Counseling).  Bath, England, UK. 

 


International Association for Psychoanalytic Self Psychology

 

Member, Wiener Kreis für Psychoanalyse und Selbstpsychologie

 

 


Awards

 

Fulbright-Freud Visiting Scholar of Psychoanalysis.  March 1 - June 30, 2018.  Freud Museum, Vienna, Austria.      


Honorary Membership in The American Psychoanalytic Association conferred on January 14, 2015.  


PEP Author Prize for 2012, awarded by Psychoanalytic Electronic Publishing (PEP).


NAAP's Gradiva Award.  The National Association for the Advancement of Psychoanalysis has selected  The Suffering Stranger: Hermeneutics for Everyday Clinical Practice for the Gradiva Award for best psychoanalytic book of 2012.  


Writing Award from The National Institute of Psychotherapies, New York, for Worlds of Experience: Interweaving Philosophical and Psychoanalytic Considerations, written with Robert D. Stolorow and George E. Atwood.

 

 

Professional Activities

 

Editorial Board, Selbstpsychologie

 

Philosophy Editor, International Journal for Psychoanalytic Self Psychology

 

Editorial Board, Psychoanalytic Psychology

 

 

Teaching Experience


2012 -- present: New York University Postdoctoral Program in Psychoanalysis and Psychotherapy, Relational Track. 

1998 – present: private study groups including: 1) Ferenczi and the British Independents; 2) Heidegger’s Being and Time3) Levinas; 4) Wittgenstein; 5) Loewald; 6) Ogden; 7) Current psychoanalytic journals.

 

1998 – present: Workshops worldwide.  See details below.

 

2000 – present: courses at the Institute for Specialization in the Psychoanalytic Study of the Self and Relational Psychoanalysis (ISIPSé), Rome.

 

1994 – present: courses at the Institute for Psychoanalytic Study of Subjectivity (IPSS), New York, including “Intersubjectivity: Theory and Clinical Applications” and “Philosophical Issues and Psychoanalysis.”

 

1984: Adjunct Instructor in Psychology, St. Johns University, Staten Island.

 

1983 – 1985: Adjunct Professor of Philosophy, Mercy College.

 

1983 – 1985: Adjunct Professor of Philosophy, College of New Rochelle.

 

1978 – 1982: Assistant Professor of Philosophy, Seattle University

 

1974 – 1976: Instructor in Philosophy, Fort Wright College

 

1973 – 1974: Instructor in Philosophy, Marylhurst College

 

1967 – 1972: grades 6 – 8, elementary schools in Oregon

 

 

Clinical Experience

 

1987 – present: private practice of psychoanalysis, psychotherapy and psychoanalytic supervision

 

1992 – 2004: Supervisor, Graduate School of Applied and Professional Psychology, Rutgers University

 

1988 – 1990: Staff psychotherapist, Institute for the Performing Artist, Postgraduate Center for Mental Health, NY

 

1987 – 1988: Staff psychologist, Elizabeth General Medical Center

 

1985 – 1987: School psychologist, Board of Education, New York City

 

1984 – 1988: Staff psychotherapist, New Hope Guild, Brooklyn, NY

 

 

Published Books


Climate Crisis, Psychoanalysis, and Radical Ethics.  London and New York: Routledge (Taylor and Francis Group), 2017.


Nourishing the Inner Life of Clinicians and Humanitarians: The Ethical Turn in Psychoanalysis.  London and New York: Routledge (Taylor & Francis Group), 2016.    


The Suffering Stranger: Hermeneutics for Everyday Clinical Practice.  New York, NY and Hove, East Sussex, UK: Routledge (Taylor & Francis Group), 2011.  Winner of The Gradiva Award for Best Book in Psychoanalysis in 2012.

 

Thinking for Clinicians: Philosophical Resources for Contemporary Psychoanalysis and the Humanistic Psychotherapies.  New York, NY and Hove, East Sussex, UK: Routledge (Taylor & Francis Group), 2010.

 

Beyond Postmodernism: New Dimensions in Clinical Theory and Practice.   Frie, R. and D. Orange, Eds.  New York: Routledge (Taylor & Francis Group), 2009.  


Worlds of Experience: Interweaving Philosophical and Psychoanalytic Considerations, with R. Stolorow and G. Atwood.  New York: Basic Books, 2002.

 

Working Intersubjectively: Contextualism in Psychoanalytic Practice, with G. Atwood and R. Stolorow.  Hillsdale, NJ: The Analytic Press, 1997.

 

Emotional Understanding: Studies in Psychoanalytic Epistemology.  New York: Guilford, 1995.

 

Peirce’s Conception of God: A Developmental Study.  Bloomington, IN: Indiana University Press, 1984.




Published Books in Translation


El Desconocido Que Sufre: Ferenczi, Fromm-Reichmann, Winnicott, Brandchaft, Kohut .  Traducción André Sassenfeld y Francisco Huneeus.  Santiago, Chile: Editorial Cuatro Vientos, 2013.  Available at book launch on November 8, 2013 during IARPP Congress in Santiago, Chile.


Pensar La Práctica Clínica: Recursos Filosóficos para el Psicoanálisis Contemporáneo y las Psicoterapias Humanistas. Traducción André Sassenfeld y Francisco Huneeus.  Santiago, Chile: Editorial Cuatro Vientos, 2012.    


Trabajando intersubjetivamente: Contextualismo en la práctica psicoanalitica, with G. Atwood and R. Stolorow.  Trans. Roberto Arendar.  Madrid, España: Ágora Relacional, 2012.


Emotionales Verständnis und Intersubjektivität: Beiträge zu einer psychoanalytischen Epistemologie. Trans. W. Ross.  Frankfurt am Main: Brandes & Apsel, 2004.


Intersubjektivität in der Psychoanalyse: Kontextualismus in der psychoanalytischen Praxis, with G. Atwood and R. Stolorow.  Trans. E. Vorspohl.  Frankfurt am Main: Brandes & Apsel, 2001.


La comprensione emotiva. Trans. G. Nebbiosi and S. Federici.  Roma: Ubaldini-Astrolabio, 2001.

 

Intersoggettività e lavoro clinico: il contestualismo nella pratica psicoanalitica, with G. Atwood and R. Stolorow.  Trans. G. Nebbiosi, S. Federici and F. Paparo.  Milano: Cortina, 1999.


Working Intersubjectively: Contextualism in Psychoanalytic Practice, with G. Atwood and R. Stolorow.  Trans. Toshihiko Maruta.  Japanese translation rights arranged with The Analytic Press, Hillsdale, NJ through Tuttle-Mori Agency, Tokyo, 1999.



Forthcoming Articles


Orange, D. “Minimal subjectivity and healing metaphors: Responding to Rizzuto.” Psychoanalytic Inquiry.  Forthcoming.

 

Orange, D.  “Through intersubjectivity to ethics: Reflections on a Levinasian therapeutics.”  Conference Proceedings, AAGT (The Association for the Advancement of Gestalt Therapy).  Forthcoming.

 

Published Articles

Orange, D.  (2017). "The Waning of Ego and Agency: Commentary on Togashi's 'Being Thrown Into the World Without Informed Consent'. "  Psychoanalysis, Self and Context.  12:35-39.

Orange, D.  (2017).  Review of Ghosts in the Consulting Room:  Echoes of Trauma in Psychoanalysis and Demons in the Consulting Room: Echoes of Genocide, Slavery and Extreme Trauma in Psychoanalytic Practice,  Psychoanalysis, Self and Context.  12:91-96.

Orange, D.  (2017).  "Healing Haunted Memories: From Monuments to Memorials," in Trans-generational Trauma and the Other: Dialogues Across History and Difference.   Grand, S. and J. Salberg, Eds.  London and New York:  Routledge (Taylor & Francis Group), 2017.  Pp. 167 - 171.

Orange, D. (2016).  "Des Anderen Hüter: Von der Theorie intersubjektiver Systeme zur ethischen Wende in der Psychoanalyse."  Selbstpsychologie: Europäische Zeitschrift für psychoanalytische Therapie und Forschung.  55:42-67.

Orange, D. (2014).  "What Kind of Ethics?  Loewald on Responsibility  and Atonement."  Psychoanalytic Psychology31:560 - 569.

Orange, D.  (2014).  "Bipersonalität und Intersubjektivität in der Psychotherapie.  Ein dialogischer Ansatz."  Bipersonalität: Psychophysiologie und Anthropologische Medizin.  Paul Christian zum 100. Geburtstag.  Herausgegeben von Wolfgang Eich, unter Mitwirkung von Rainer-M.E. Jacobi.  Würzburg: Königshausen & Neumann GmbH: 2014.  Pp. 229 - 241.  

Orange, D.  (2014).  "Bipersonalität as intersubjectivity in psychotherapy.  A dialogic approach."  Bipersonalität: Psychophysiologie und Anthropologische Medizin.  Paul Christian zum 100. Geburtstag.  Herausgegeben von Wolfgang Eich, unter Mitwirkung von Rainer-M.E. Jacobi.  Würzburg: Königshausen & Neumann GmbH: 2014.  Pp. 243 - 255.  

Orange, D.  (2014).  "And We Shall Be Changed: To Hold Theory Lightly is to Surrender Assumptions: Discussion of Clinical Narrative by Steven Stern."   International Journal of Psychoanalytic Self Psychology9:193-199.  

Orange, D.  (2014).  A Book Review Essay of "A Psychotherapy for the People: Toward a Progressive Psychoanalysis," by Lewis Aron and Karen Starr.  International Journal of Psychoanalytic Self Psychology9:54 - 66.  

Orange, D. (2014).  "Who Is Lotte Köhler?"  International Journal of Psychoanalytic Self Psychology9:16 - 17. 

Orange, D. (2013).  "A pre-Cartesian Self."  International Journal of Psychoanalytic Self Psychology8:488-494.


Orange, D.  (2013)  "Those Old Wineskins: Greenberg and Mitchell on Heinz Kohut's 'Mixed Model'."  Contemporary Psychoanalysis49:103 - 112.


Orange, D. (2013).  “Unsuspected Shame: Responding to Corpt's 'Peasant in the Analyst's Chair: Reflections, Personal and Otherwise, on Class and the Forming of an Analytic Identity'.” International Journal of Psychoanalytic Self Psychology8:70-76.


Atwood, G. E., Stolorow, R. D. and Orange, D. M. (2012).  "The Madness and Genius of Post-Cartesian Philosoophy: A Distant Mirror" in Hungarian "Órültség és zsenialitás a posztkarteziánus filozófiában: Egy távoli tükör."  Imago (2 [23]) 2012, 1:15 - 34.   


Orange, D. (2012).  Review of Frank M. Staemmler's "Empathy in Psychotherapy: How Therapists and Clients Understand Each Other."  International Journal of Psychoanalytic Self Psychology7:561-564.


Orange, D.  (2012).  "Worlds of Devastation: A Phenomenologist's Comments on 'Therapeutic Action in Psychoanalysis'."  Psychoanalytic Perspectives 9:1-9.


Orange, D. (2012).  "Afterwords and Thanks."  Follows a book review by Judith Pickles of The Suffering Stranger: Hermeneutics for Everyday Clinical Practice.  International Journal of Psychoanalytic Self Psychology7:451-457.


Orange, D. (2012).  "Standing at the Window: Discussion of Raanan Kulka's 'Between Emergence and Dissolving: Contemporary Reflections on Greatness and Ideals in Kohut's Legacy'."  International Journal of Psychoanalytic Self Psychology7:286-296.


Orange, D.  (2012).  Book Review of "Toward Mutual Recognition: Relational Psychoanalysis and the Christian Narrative," by Marie T. Hoffman.  Psychoanalytic Psychology29:112-118.

 

Orange, D.  (2012).  "Staring at meaning: Our own death and the deaths of others."  A portion of  “On reading Irvin Yalom’s Staring at the Sun: Overcoming the dread of death.”  In Existential Therapy: Legacy, Vibrancy and Dialogue.  Barnett, L. and G. Madison, Eds.  New York: Routledge (Taylor and Francis Group).  Pp. 226-232.


Orange, D. (2011).  "Remembering and Responsibility: Commentary on Paper by Gillian Straker."  Psychoanalytic Dialogues.  21:658-663.


Orange, D. (2011).  “Speaking the Unspeakable: ‘The Implicit,’ Traumatic Living Memory, and the Dialogue of Metaphors.”International Journal of Psychoanalytic Self Psychology6:187-206.

 

Orange, D. (2011).  “Responding to Unspeakable: Jacobs and Corpt on Embodiment and Metaphor.”  International Journal of Psychoanalytic Self Psychology6:228-234.


Orange, D. and Margherita Spagnuolo Lobb (2010).  Dialogo: "Nuove tendenze nella formazione dello psicoterapeuta."  Quaderni di Gestalt.  23:11-26.


Orange, D.  (2010).  “Beyond individualism: Philosophical contributions of Buber, Gadamer, and Levinas.”  In Persons in Context: The Challenge of Individuality in Theory and Practice.  Frie, R. and W. Coburn, Eds.  New York, NY and Hove, East Sussex, UK: Routledge (Taylor & Francis Group), 2010. 

 

Stolorow, R. D., Atwood, G. E. and Donna M. Orange (2010).  “Heidegger’s Nazism and the hypostatization of being.”  International Journal of Psychoanalytic Self Psychology, 5:429-450.

 

Orange, D. (2010).  “Recognition as: Intersubjective vulnerability in the psychoanalytic dialogue.” International Journal of Psychoanalytic Self Psychology, 5:227-244.

 

Orange, D.  (2010).  “Revisiting mutual recognition: Responding to Ringstrom, Benjamin, and Slavin.”  International Journal of Psychoanalytic Self Psychology, 5:293-306.  

 

Orange, D. (2010).  “La teoria de los sistemas intersubjetivos: El viaje de una falibilista.”  Gaceta de Psiquiatria Universitaria, Ano 6; 3:328-337.

 

Orange, D. (2009).  “Toward the art of the living dialogue: Between constructivism and hermeneutics in psychoanalytic thinking.” In Beyond Postmodernism: New Dimensions in Clinical Theory and Practice.  Frie, R.  and D. Orange, Eds.  New York: Routledge, 2009.

 

Orange, D. (2009).  “Intersubjective systems theory: A fallibilist’s journey.”   In Self and Systems: Explorations in Contemporary Self Psychology. VanDerHeide, N. and W. Coburn, Eds.  Boston: Blackwell Publishing (on behalf of the New York Academy of Sciences) 1159:237-248. 

 

Orange, D. (2009).  “The Price of an Open Heart: Book Review Essay on Chris Jaenicke’s Das Risiko der Verbundenheit: Intersubjektivitätstheorie in der Praxis.”  International Journal of Psychoanalytic Self Psychology 4:393-397.

 

Orange, D. (2009).  Kohut Memorial Lecture: “Attitudes, Values and Intersubjective Vulnerability.”  International Journal of Psychoanalytic Self Psychology 4:235-253.

 

Orange, D. (2009).  “A Psychoanalytic Colloquium.”  Special Issue on The Ideal Psychoanalytic Institute.  Contemporary Psychoanalysis 45:353-357.

 

Orange, D. (2009).  “Psychoanalysis in a Phenomenological Spirit.” International Journal of Psychoanalytic Self Psychology 4:119-121.

 

Orange, D. (2008).  “Recognition As: Intersubjective Vulnerability in the Psychoanalytic Dialogue.”  International Journal of Psychoanalytic Self Psychology 3:178-194. 

 

Orange, D. (2008). “Whose Shame Is It Anyway? Lifeworlds of Humiliation and Systems of Restoration (or “The Analyst’s Shame”).”  Contemporary Psychoanalysis 44:83-100.

 

Orange, D. (2008). “The Complexity of Shame: Response to Sandra Buechler and Andrew Morrison.”  Contemporary Psychoanalysis 44:110-117.

 

Orange, D. (2008). “Book Review Essay on Jonathan Lear’s Radical Hope: Ethics in the Face of Cultural Devastation.”  Psychoanalytic Psychology 25:368-374.

 

Shumsky, E. and D. Orange (2007).  “Our First Fight: Reflections on the Psychoanalytic Concept of Enactment.”  In New Developments in Self Psychology Practice.  Buirski, P. and A. Kottler, Eds.  Lanham, MD:  Jason Aronson (an imprint of Rowman & Littlefield Publications), 2007. 

 

Orange, D. (2006). “The Price of an Open Heart.”  Book Review Essay on Chris Jaenicke’s Das Risiko der Verbundenheit Intersubjectivitätstheorie in der Praxis.  Selbstpsychologie. 

 

Orange, D. (2006). "For whom the bell tolls: Complexity, context, and compassion in psychoanalysis." International Journal of Psychoanalytic Self Psychology 1:5-22.

 

Orange, D. (2006). "Discussion of Lucyann Carlton's ‘Out of the Box’." International Journal of Psychoanalytic Self Psychology 1:457-466.

 

Orange, D., R. Stolorow, et al. (2006). “Zugehörigkeit, Verbundenheit, Betroffenheit: Ein intersubjektiver Zugang zur traumatischen Erfahrung.” Die vernetzte Seele: Die intersubjektive Wende in der Psychoanalyse. M. Altmeyer and H. Thoma. Stuttgart: Klett-Cotta. Pp. 160-177.

 

Stolorow, R., G. Atwood, et al. (2006). "Contextualizing is not nullifying: reply to Mills (2005)." Psychoanalytic Psychology 23:184-188.

 

Orange, D. (2006). "Introduction to papers from the Conference Dionysius' Ear: Trauma, Tragedy, and Psychoanalytic Listening." Psychoanalytic Dialogues 16:413-416.

 

Orange, D. (2005). "On a lake in Maine with Harry Potter." Psychologist-Psychoanalyst  25:5.

 

Orange, D. (2005). “Reply to Pariser (2005).”  Psychoanalytic Psychology 22:131-134.

 

Orange, D. (2005). ¿Vergüenza de quién?: Mundos de humillación y sistemas de restauración. Aperturas Psicoanaliticas.

 

Milch, W. and D. Orange (2004). "Conscience as the reappearance of other in self-experience: on using the concepts superego and conscience in self psychology." Psychoanalytic Inquiry 24:206-231.

 

Orange, D. (2003).  “The Creation of Reality in Psychoanalysis: A View of the Contributions of Donald Spence, Roy Schafer, Robert Stolorow, Irwin Z. Hoffman, And Beyond.”  By Richard Moore.  Hillsdale, NJ: Analytic Press, 1999.  Psychoanalytic Review 90:903-909.

 

Orange, D. (2003). "Antidotes and Alternatives: Perspectival Realism and the New Reductionisms." Psychoanalytic Psychology 20:472-486.

 

Stolorow, R. and D. Orange (2003).  Review of Mistaken Identity: The Mind-Brain Problem Reconsidered.  By Leslie Brothers.  Albany, NY: State University of New York Press, 2002.  108 pp.  Psychoanalytic Quarterly 72:515-518.

 

Orange, D. (2003). "Why language matters to psychoanalysis." Psychoanalytic Dialogues 13:77-103.

 

Orange, D. (2003). "Do we really all know? Reply to commentary." Psychoanalytic Dialogues 13:129-140.

 

Orange, D. (2003). “Reply to Charles Strozier (2003).”  Psychoanalytic Psychology 20:385-386.

 

Orange, D. (2002). "There is No Outside: Empathy and Authenticity in Psychoanalytic Process." Psychoanalytic Psychology 19:686-700.

 

Orange, D. (2002). "High-Risk Behavior or High-Risk Systems? Discussion of Cheuvront's “High-Risk Sexual Behavior in the Treatment of HIV-Negative Patients." Journal of Gay and Lesbian Psychotherapy 6:45-50.

 

Atwood, G., R. Stolorow, et al. (2002). "Zerstörte Welten / Psychotische Zustände Eine postcartesianische Sicht des Erlebens persönlicher Vernichtung." Selbstpsychologie. Vol. 8.

 

Atwood, G., R. Stolorow, et al. (2002). “Shattered Worlds / Psychotic States: A Post-Cartesian View of the Experience of Personal Annihilation.”  Psychoanalytic Psychology 19:281-306.

 

Orange, D. and W. Milch (2002). "Der Verlust bleibt schrecklich, wenn er abstrakt ist« Eine intersubjektive Perspektive auf den 11. September." Selbstpsychologie.

 

Orange, D. and R. Stolorow (2002). “Perspectival Realism and Intersubjective Systems: Reflections on Meaning, Truth, and Reality.”  Intersubjectivity in Psychoanalysis.  J. Mills. Northvale, NJ: Jason Aronson.


Orange, D. (2001).  "Desire in Intersubjective Systems and Contexts."  Sexualities Lost and Found: Lesbians, Psychoanalysis, and Culture.  Gould, E. and S. Kiersky, eds.  Madison, CT:  International Universities Press, Inc., 2001.  Pp. 113 - 123.    


Stolorow, R., D. Orange, et al. (2001). "World Horizons: A Post-Cartesian Alternative to the Freudian Unconscious." Contemporary Psychoanalysis 37:43-61.

 

Stolorow, R., D. Orange, et al. (2001). "Cartesian and post-Cartesian trends in relational psychoanalysis." Psychoanalytic Psychology 18:468-84.

 

Stolorow, R., D. Orange, et al. (2001). "Psychoanalysis without Descartes." International Journal of Psychoanalysis 82:1263-1266.

 

Orange, D. (2001). "From Cartesian Minds to Experiential Worlds in Psychoanalysis." Psychoanalytic Psychology 18:287-302.

 

Stolorow, R., D. Orange, et al. (2001). "Psychoanalysis--a contextual psychology: essay in memory of Merton M. Gill." Psychoanalytic Review, 88:15-27.

 

Orange, D. (2000). “Zeddies’s Relational Unconscious: Some Further Reflections.”  Psychoanalytic Psychology 17:488-492.

 

Orange, D. (2000). Il testimone post-cartesiano e la professione psicoanalitica. Selfrivista. 1.

 

Orange, D. (2000).  “’An Authentically Different Being’: Intersubjective Systems Theory in Clinical Practice with Gay Men.” Gender and Psychoanalysis 5:249-257.

 

Orange, D. (2000). "Book review of The Chicago Institute Lectures by Heinz  Kohut." Tolpin, P. and M. Tolpin, Eds.  Psychoanalytic Psychology 17:420-431.

 

Stolorow, R., D. Orange, et al. (2000). "World Horizons: a Post-Cartesian Alternative to the Freudian Unconscious."  Contemporary Psychoanalysis 37:43-61.

 

Stolorow, R., G. Atwood, et al. (1999). "Kohut and Contextualism: Toward a Post-Cartesian Psychoanalytic Theory." Psychoanalytic Psychology 16:380-388.

 

Orange, D. (1999). “Reply to Curtis (1999).”  Psychoanalytic Psychology

16:309-311.

 

Stolorow, R., D. Orange, et al. (1999). "Toward post-Cartesian psychoanalytic theory: Commentary on Paper by Bruce E. Reis.”  Psychoanalytic Dialogues 9:401-406.

 

Orange, D.  (1999).  “Intersubjectivity Theory.”  Robert Langs, Ed.  Current Theories of Psychoanalysis.  Madison, CT: International Universities Press.  Pp. 59-72.

 

Stolorow, R., D. Orange, et al. (1998). “Thinking and working contextually: toward a philosophy of psychoanalytic practice.”  The Round Robin 13(2):1-6.   

 

Orange, D. and R. Stolorow (1998). "Self-disclosure from the perspective of  intersubjectivity theory." Psychoanalytic Inquiry 18:530-537.

 

Orange, D., R. Stolorow and G. Atwood. (1998).  “Hermeneutics, Intersubjectivity Theory, and Psychoanalysis.”  Journal of the American Psychoanalytic  Association 46:568-571.

 

Stolorow, R., D. Orange, et al. (1998). “Projective Identification Begone!: Commentary on Paper by Susan H. Sands.”  Psychoanalytic Dialogues 8:719-725.

 

Orange, D. and R. Stolorow (1998). "Self-disclosure from the perspective of intersubjectivity theory." Psychoanalytic Inquiry 18(4):530-537.

 

Orange, D. (1996).  Review of Wittgenstein reads Freud: The Myth of the Unconscious, by Jacques Bouveresse, Carol Cosman and Vincent Descombes.  Psychoanalytic Books, 7:623-626.

 

Orange, D. (1996).  Review of Subject and Agency in Psychoanalysis: Which is to be Master? by Frances M. Moran.  Psychoanalytic Books, 7:72-76. 

 

Orange, D. (1996).  Review of Intersubjectivity, Projective Identification and Otherness, by Maurice Apprey and Howard F. Stein. Psychoanalytic Books, 7:72-76.

 

Orange, D. (1996). "A Philosophical Inquiry into the Concept of Desire in Psychoanalysis." Psychoanalysis and Psychotherapy 13:122-129.

 

Orange, D. (1995).  Review of Contemporary Psychoanalysis and Eastern Thought, by John R. Suler.  Psychoanalytic Books, 6:72-74. 

 

Orange, D. (1995). "Pure Strains and Hybrids: Discussion of Lawrence Josephs's "'The Two Analyses of Mr.Z' in the Light of Recent Developments in Psycholanalysis"." Psychoanalysis and Psychotherapy 12:152-157.

 

Orange, D. (1994). “Review of Shared Experience: the Psychoanalytic Dialogue.  Momigliano, L. M. and A. Robutti, Eds. Psychoanalytic Books 5:118-121.

 

Orange, D. (1994). “Countertransference, empathy, and the hermeneutical circle.”  In The Intersubjective Perspective.  Stolorow, R. and G. Atwood, Eds. Northvale, New Jersey: Jason Aronson.

 

Orange, D. (1993).  Review of On Being a Psychotherapist, by Carl Goldberg. Psychoanalytic Books, 4:39-42.

 

Orange, D. (1993). “Chapter 18  Countertransference, Empathy, and the Hermeneutical Circle.”  Progress in Self Psychology 9:247-256.

 

Orange, D. (1993). “The restoration of Schreber's stolen self.”  Freud's Case Studies: Self Psychological Perspectives.  Magid, B., Ed.  Hillsdale, New Jersey: Analytic Press.

 

Orange, D. (1992). “Chapter 10  Subjectivism, relativism, and realism in psychoanalysis.”  Progress in Self Psychology 8:189-197.

 

Orange, D. (1992). “Perspectival Realism and Social Constructivism: Commentary on Irwin Hoffman's Discussion: ‘Toward a Social-Constructivist View of the Psychoanalytic Situation’.” Psychoanalytic Dialogues 2:561-566.

 

Orange, D. (1983). "Peirce’s falsifiable theism." American Journal of Semiotics 2.

 

 

Workshops and Presentations


Orange, D. (March 12, 2017, 7:00 PM).  "Climate Justice, History, and Unconsciousness."  A  lecture in the series  Agenda for a Prophetic Faith .  LaVerne Church of the Brethren, 2425 "E" Street, LaVerne, CA.  

Orange, D.  (March 9 - 10, 2017).  Two seminar sessions and a public lecture.  Colorado College, Colorado Springs, CO.

Orange, D.  (March 7, 2017, 4:00 PM).  "My Other's Keeper: Radical Ethics and Visions of Community."  Interdisciplinary Humanities Center    University of California Santa  Barbara, Santa Barbara, CA.

Orange, D.  (March 6 , 2017, 5:30 PM).  Workshop on Intersubjectivity.  Literature and The Mind.   University of California Santa Barbara, Santa Barbara, CA.

Orange, D.  (February 5 - 18, 2017).  Leader of an online IARPP webinar: "Supporting the Ethical Turn in Psychoanalysis and Humanitarian Work."   The International Association for Relational Psychoanalysis and Psychotherapy.    IARPP Webinar Series

Orange, D.  (November 10, 2016, 3:00 PM).  "Climate Justice and Psychoanalysis."  The Center for Process Studies . Claremont, CA.  

Orange, D.  (October  21, 2016, 1:45 PM - 2:45 PM).   Meet the Author, "Climate Crisis, Psychoanalysis and Radical Ethics."  IAPSP  Omni Parker House, Boston, MA.

Orange, D.  (October 20, 2016, 9:30 AM - 12:00 Noon).  Pre-conference Workshop.  "My Other's Keeper: Nourishing the Inner Lives of Clinicians and Humanitarians."  IAPSP .  Omni Parker House, Boston, MA.

Orange, D.  (October 20 - 23, 2016).  Annual Meeting of the International Association for Psychoanalytic Self Psychology.  Conference Brochure . Omni Parker House, Boston, MA.

Orange, D.  (October 2, 2016, 10:00 AM - 4:00 PM).  "A Workshop with Donna Orange:  'Trauma and Traumatism'."  At the Bath Centre for Psychotherapy and Counseling BCPC1 Trim Bridge, Bath, BA1 1HD , England, UK.

Orange, D.  (October 1, 2016).  "Responding to a World in Turmoil."  Trauma Dialogues Conference 2016.  M Shed, Princes Wharf, Wapping Rd, Bristol, England, UK.

Orange, D.  (September 30, 2016, 7:00 PM).  "Climate Justice and Psychotherapeutics."   Book launch of her new book Climate Crisis, Psychoanalysis and Radical Ethics.  Co-sponsored by Climate Psychology Alliance and the Bath Centre for Psychotherapy and Counseling ( BCPC ). 1 Trim Bridge, Bath, BA1 1HD , England, UK. 

Orange, D.  (September 22 - 25, 2016).  Keynote Speaker at the first  Joint Conference  of AAGT (Association for the Advancement of Gestalt Therapy) and  EAGT (European Association for Gestalt Therapy) :  "The Aesthetic of Otherness: Meeting at the Boundary in a Desensitized World."  Taormina, Sicily, Italy.  [From conference website: "Registration now closed.  We have maxed out our capacity (near 1,000 attendees)."]


Orange, D. with Lynne Jacobs.  (Sept. 11, 2016, 9:00 AM).   "Clinical Supervision: Conversations between a Psychoanalyst and a Gestalt Therapist."   Clinical Workshop presented by The Gestalt Therapy Institute of Los Angeles PGI .  Held at the Institute of Contemporary Psychoanalysis ICPLA , 10780 Santa Monica Boulevard, Suite 350, Los Angeles, CA 90025.


Orange, D.  (June 9 - 12, 2016).   IARPP (The International Association for Relational Psychoanalysis and Psychotherapy).  Annual Conference.  Rome, Italy.


Orange, D.  (May 5, 2016, 5:30 - 9:00 PM).   Keynote Speaker.  "My Other's Keeper: Resources for the Ethical Turn in Psychoanalysis."  Rose City Center 12th Annual Fundraising Gala.  Women's City Club of Pasadena.  Pasadena, CA.


Orange, D.  (May 5, 2016, 1:00 PM).  Invited guest for a "Salon" interview by Dr. Al Dueck's psychology graduate students, Fuller Graduate School of Psychology.  Pasadena, CA.


Orange, D.  (March 24, 2016).  Discussant of paper by Emily Kuriloff, "Contemporary Psychoanalysis and the Legacy of the Third Reich."  IPSS   (Institute for the Psychoanalytic Study of Subjectivity).  New York, NY.

Orange, D.  (March 12, 2016).  "My Other's Keeper."  CAPS.  Christian Association for Psychological Studies.   Pasadena, CA.

Orange, D.  (March 5, 2016).  Featured Speaker, via Skype video conferencing.  "My Other's Keeper: Nourishing the Inner Lives of Clinicians and Humanitarians" and "Climate Justice and Psychotherapeutics."   EAPSP Conference (EMPATHINK Association for Psychoanalytic SELF PSYCHOLOGY).  Brochure .  Aikenhead Wing, St Vincent's Hospital, Melbourne, Australia.

Orange, D.  (February 19 - 21, 2015).  "Humanistic Psychology of The Brothers Karamazov: Dostoevsky in Film, Novels and Documentary. "  Archetypology of Everyday Life.  Alta Club, Salt Lake City, UT.

Orange, D.  (January 22 - 23, 2016).  "Il custode del mio Altro: Come nutrire la vita interiore del clinico."  Istituto di Gestalt HCC Italy  Palermo, Sicily, Italy.

Orange, D. (January 20, 2016, 8:00 pm - 10:00 pm).  ISIPSÉ (Istituto di Specializzazione in Psicologia Psicoanalitica del Sé e Psicoanalisi Relazionale)  Rome, Italy.

Orange, D.  (January 15 - 17, 2016).  Madrid, Spain.


Orange, D. (January  9,  2016).   "My Other's Keepe." presentation at TRISP (Training and Research Institute in Self Psychology).  New York, NY.


Orange, D.  (January  8 - 10, 2016 ).  American Psychoanalytic Association.  New York, NY.


Orange, D.  (December 4 - 6, 2015).  Mexico City, Mexico.


Orange, D.  (November 14 - 15, 2015).  Discussion with Martin Altmayer, Chris Jaenicke and Jessica Benjamin of a clinical case (on Saturday) and Keynote Address (on Sunday): "My Other's Keeper: From Intersubjective Systems Theory to the Ethical Turn in Psychoanalysis."  MAP (Münchner Arbeitsgemeinschaft für Psychoanalyse e.V.) conference on "Intersubjecktivität" held in Herrsching am Ammersee near Munich, Germany.


Orange, D.  (November 11, 2015, evening).  "Des Anderen Hüter: Von der Theorie intersubjektiver Systeme zur ethischen Wende in der Psychoanalyse."  Wiener Kreis.  Vienna, Austria.


Orange, D.  (October 24, 2015, 9:00 am - 4:00 pm).  Lecture and Workshop.  "My Other's Keeper: Nourishing the Inner Life of Clinicians and Humanitarians."   MICP&P .  Minneapolis, MN.


Orange, D.  (October 15 - 18, 2015).  Annual Conference of International Association for Psychoanalytic Self Psychology.  IAPSP .   Omni Hotel at California Plaza, Los Angeles, CA.

       Oct. 16 - 18, Post Panel Discussion Group leader throughout the conference (Six Panels.)
        Oct. 18, 8:30 - 10:30 am, Presenter, "A Spirit of Inclusion in Relational Psychoanalysis: Can All Intersubjectivists Belong?"
       Oct. 18, 11:00 am - 12:15 pm, Discussant, "Multidisciplinary Knowing: Commensurability and Incommensurability Among Theories and Persons."
        Oct 18, 12:15 pm - 1:00 pm, Moderator,  Conference Finale.

Orange, D.  (October 8 - 11, 2015).  Psychology and The Other Conference.  Harvard Square, Cambridge, MA.

            Oct. 8th, 9:00am to 5:00pm,  Pre-conference Workshop "My Other's Keeper: Sustaining the Inner Life of Clinicians and Humanitarians."  Click here for details.
            Oct. 9th, 9:00-10:30am, "Ethical Responsibility as Psychoanalytic Concern,"  a response to Esther Sperber in "Symposium: Ethics after Psychoanalysis," .
            Oct. 9th, 3:30-5:00pm, "The Germans and Us: Ethics as Optics," response to Invited Address by Roger Frie, "Haunted Legacies: German Memory, Trauma and the Holocaust."
            Oct. 9th, 5:15-6:45pm, "Is All Suffering in the Other Useless?" a response to Peter Shabad in Invited Symposium, "Suffering Patients, The Patience of Suffering:  Toward An Ethics of Compassion."
            Oct. 10th, 9:00-10:30am, "Dostoyevsky's Ethics as Levinasian Optics," in conjunction with Max Livshetz,  Panel on "Ethics in Text: Dostoyevsky, Nabakov, and Tournier." 
              Oct. 11th, 3:30-5:00pm, "You Have To Be Carefully Taught," a response to Pamela Cooper-White's invited address, "Multiplicity, Intersubjectivity, and Recognizing the Other: Empathy as a Bridge to Justice." 

Orange, D.  (September 19, 2015).  "My Other's Keeper."  ICPLA.  Los Angeles, CA.


Orange, D.  (June 25 - 28, 2015).  IARPP Conference.  Toronto, Canada. 

Orange, D.  (June 4 - 7, 2015).  "Climate Crisis as Trauma: From Shock to Mourning and Responding."  Section 1: The Threatening Catastrophe: Responding Now.  Track 7: Organizing for Change and Sustaining Involvement, Roger Gottlieb, Chair.   Seizing an Alternative: Toward an Ecological Civilization   Pomona College, Claremont, CA.  

Orange, D. (May 16, 2015).  Marian Tolpin Memorial Seminar.   Chicago Institute for Psychoanalysis.  Chicago, IL.

Orange, D. (May 9, 2015).  Panel on "Empathy: Understanding and Misunderstandings" with S. Knoblach, M. Slavin and D. Ehrenberg.   IPSS 25th Anniversary Celebration.  Institute for the Psychoanalytic Study of Subjectivity.  New York, NY.

Orange, D. (April 22 - 26, 2015).  Saturday, April 25, 2015, 3:00 - 4:50 PM.  "An Analyst Retires: Lessons in Clinical Humility."  APA Division of Psychoanalysis (39).  APA Division 39 .  San Francisco Palace Hotel, San Francisco, CA. 

Orange, D.  (March 20 - 21, 2015).  Part Three:  "Dostoevsky: Always Guilty and Always Responsible," Reading Dostoevsky's "The Brothers Karamazov."    Archetypology of Everyday Life.  The Alta Club, Salt Lake City, UT.

Orange, D.  (February 20 - 21, 2015).  Part Two:  "Dostoevsky: Always Guilty and Always Responsible," Reading Dostoevsky's "The Brothers Karamazov."    Archetypology of Everyday Life.  The Alta Club, Salt Lake City, UT.

Orange, D.  (January 23 - 24, 2015).  Part One:  "Dostoevsky: Always Guilty and Always Responsible," Reading Dostoevsky's "The Brothers Karamazov."    Archetypology of Everyday Life.  The Alta Club, Salt Lake City, UT.

Orange, D.  (January 13 - 18, 2015).  Wednesday, Jan. 14, 2015, 2:00 - 4:00 PM, Co-chair and Discussant, Discussion Group 26. "Philosophy and Psychoanalysis: Merleau-Ponty and An Embodied Phenomenology of the Field."  Annual meeting of The American Psychoanalytic Association.  American Psychoanalytic Association .  Waldorf Astoria, New York, NY. 


Orange, D.  (October 21 - 25, 2014).   Annual IAPSP Conference (International Association for Psychoanalytic Self Psychology).  Jerusalem, Israel. 


Orange, D.  (October 5, 2014).  Bath Centre for Psychotherapy and Counselling (BCPC).  Bath, England.


Orange, D.  (October 4, 2014).  "Trauma Dialogues" Conference.  Trauma Foundation South West.  At the M Shed in Bristol, England.  Presentation available on YouTube: 



Orange, D.  (September 27, 2014).  ISIPSé.  Istituto di Specializzazione in Psicologia Psicoanalitica del Sé e Psicoanalisi Relazionale .  Milan, Italy.

Orange, D.  (September 19 - 20, 2014).  "L'umiltà del terapeuta: Psicoterapia della Gestalt e Psicoanalisi Relazionale."  Istituto di Gestalt HCC - Human Communication Center.  Milan, Italy.

Orange, D.  (April 26, 2014, 4:00 - 5:50 PM)).   With Ivan Bresgi, Irwin Hoffman, Nancy McWilliams and Jeremy Safran, " 'We Need to Talk': Addressing Confllicts in Our Relationship with the Medical Model."   American Psychological Association, Division 39 (Psychoanalysis).  2014 Spring Meeting .  Sheraton New York Hotel and Towers.  New York, NY.

Orange, D. (March 1, 2014).  "Emotional Availability and Clinical Hospitality."  APSP (Association for Psychoanalytic Self Psychology).  Jung Foundation, 28 East 39th Street, New York, NY. 


Orange, D. (February 7 - 8, 2014).  CTP Colloquim.  The Centre for Training in Psychotherapy .  Toronto, Canada.


Orange, D.  (February 6, 2014, 2:15 - 3:30 PM).  "What Kind of Ethics?  Loewald on Responsibility and Atonement."    The Hans W. Loewald Conference .  Presented by The New School for Social Research's Philosophy Department.   At The New School.  Room A510, 66 West 12th Street, New York, NY.


Orange, D.  (January 14 - 19, 2014).  Wednesday, Jan. 15, 2:00 P.M. - 4:00 P.M.  Session Co-Chair with John Foehl.  Co-Presenter with Robert Stolorow.  "Between Heidegger and Levinas: Existential Phenomenological Dimensions of Psychoanalytic Practice and Clinical Ethics."  Discussant: Roger Frie.  Discussusion Group 25: Philosophy and Psychoanalysis.  The National Meeting.  of the  APsaA .  Waldorf Astoria, New York, NY. 


Orange, D.  (November 6 - 10, 2013).  Friday (7:30 PM):  Book launch for  El Desconocido Que Sufre: Ferenczi, Fromm-Reichmann, Winnicott, Brandchaft, Kohut , Spanish translation of The Suffering Stranger.
 Sunday (9:00 - 10:30 AM):  "Trauma: Conceptualizations and Controversies."  IARPP Conference .  Santiago, Chile.
There will also be a "Meet the Author" session during this conference.

Orange, D.  (October 17 - 20, 2013).  Thursday (8:30 - 11:30 AM) Pre-Conference Workshop with Elizabeth Corpt and Doris Brothers: "Is the Ethical Gendered?  A Workshop Conversation on Ethics, Sex and Gender, Self Experience, and Psychoanalytic Politics".
Friday (5:00 - 6:30 PM): Original Paper: "From Recognition to Responsibility: The Ethical Constitution of Subjectivity".
Sunday (9:45 - 12:00 Noon):  Plenary IV: Discussant, with David Wallin, of Steven Stern's case presentation: "Reaching the Difficult-to-Connect-With Patient".  IAPSP Conference .  Palmer House Hilton, Chicago, IL.  

Orange, D. (October 8, 2013, 10:00 - 11:30 AM).  Clinical Education Meeting: "Those Old Wineskins: Greenberg and Mitchell on Heinz Kohut's 'Mixed Model'."  Respondent: Joerg Bose.  William Alanson White Institute  20 West 74th Street, New York, NY.

Orange, D.  (October 3 - 6, 2013).  Thursday: Full-day Pre-Conference Workshop.  Donna Orange: "The Suffering Stranger" .
Friday (9:00 - 10:30 AM): Moderator for Lynne Jacobs: "Learning to Love White Shame: Skills for Ordinary Conversation and for Working as a White Therapist in a Racially Divided Country".  Respondent: Roger Frie.
Saturday (4:45 - 6:15 PM): Respondent to Peter Shabad: "Living For the Other: Psychotherapy and the Paradoxes of Giving and Receiving" .
Sunday (1:15 - 2:45 PM): Plenary Address : "Is Ethics Masochism? or Infinite Ethical Responsibility and Finite Human Capacity" .  Respondent: Steven Stern.  Moderator: Anna Ornstein.  Psychology and the Other Conference 2013 . Leslie University, Cambridge, MA. 

Orange, D.  (September 28, 2013, 1:00 - 4:00 PM).  2013 IPSS Graduation.  Commencement Address:  "A Community of Scholars".   IPSS  (Institute for the Psychoanalytic Study of Subjectivity).  At the C. G. Jung Institute, 28 East 39th Street, New York, NY.

Orange, D.  (May 11 - 12, 2013).  Lectures and workshops.   ISIPSÉ   (Istituto di Specializzazione in Psicologia Psicoanalitica del Sé e Psicoanalisi Relazionale).  Rome, Italy.
Orange, D.  (May 4, 2013, 9 AM to 4PM).  "The Suffering Stranger and The Hermeneutics of Trust."  Paper 1: Engagement and Enactment.  Paper 2: The Suffering Stranger.  Oregon Psychoanalytic Center.  Portland, OR.
 
 
Orange, D.  (April 11 - 19, 2013).  "Our Shared Worlds: Conversations between contemporary psychoanalysis and contemporary gestalt therapy."  Eight-day Residential Program.  Pacific Gestalt Institute.  La Casade Maria retreat center, Santa Barbara , CA.

Orange, D. (March 23, 2013, 8:30 AM).   "A Cure for What Ails Us: Hearing the Silent Voices of Betrayal and Suffering." The Lawrence E. Lifson, MD, Psychotherapy Conference on The Therapeutic Action of Psychodynamic Psychotherapy: Current Concepts of Cure.  Upcoming Courses .  Fairmont Copley Plaza Hotel, Boston, MA.

Orange, D. (March 2, 2013).  ASPP Spring Ethics Conference.  Morning Presentation: "The Surprising Ethics of Clinical Hospitality: Welcoming the Face of the Devastated Other."  Afternoon Presentation: "The Suffering Stranger: Hermeneutics for Everyday Clinical Practice."  Austin Society for Psychoanalytic Psychology  The University of Texas Campus.  Austin, Texas.  Ethics Conference with Donna Orange


Orange, D. (February 1-2, 2013).  Duquesne Distinguished Speaker.  Duquesne University.  Pittsburgh, PA.


Orange, D. (January 15-20, 2013).  Co-chair with John Foehl, NEW Discussion Group 26: Philosophy and Psychoanalysis.   American Psychoanalytic Association.  New York, NY.


Orange, D. (December 6, 2012, 1:15 - 2:30 PM).  Respondent (via audio connection), with Jessica Benjamin and Kimberly Leary, to speaker Mark Solms: "Engaging the Other, Transforming LIves: Breaking Cycles of Historical Trauma and Poverty."  Plenary Session of conference on "Engaging the Other: Breaking Intergenerational Cycles of Repetition."  The University of The Free State, Bloemfontein, South Africa.


Orange, D.  (December 1, 2012, 1:00 -  5:30 PM).  Participation in "Tribute to the Life and Work of Elisabeth Young-Bruehl"  and book launch of the late Young-Bruehl's "Childism: Confronting Prejudice Against Children."  George Ignatleff Theatre, Trinity College, University of Toronto.  Toronto, Canada.


Orange, D. (November 2-3, 2012).  Three lectures and clinical supervision at El Instituto de Psicoterapia Relacional.  Madrid, Spain.  Www.psicoterapiarelacional.es/Inicio.aspx

Orange, D. (October 28, 2012).  Intimate Day-Seminar 09:00 - 17:00.  Theme: "Levinas' contribution for the future of psychoanalysis."  Joint Conference of The Israel Psychoanalytic Society (IPA) & The Israel Association for Self Psychology and the Study of Subjectivity.    60 people, 30 from each society.  Jerusalem, Israel. 

Orange, D. (October 25-26, 2012).  Keynote Lecture on Thursday the 25th (for members only).  Half-Day Conference on Friday the 26th (open for the general public).  Tel Aviv Institute of Contemporary Psychoanalysis, Tel Aviv, Israel.


Orange, D. (October 18-21, 2012).  Oct. 19th, 5:00 - 6:30 PM: Discussant and Moderator for paper by Steven Stern entitled "Off the Dock: Confrontation as a Form of Emergence."  Oct. 21st, 9:45 AM - 12:00 noon: Speaker and Moderator for Plenary Session IV: "Our Philosophers Consider: What is Meant by Self?".  12:00 noon - 12:45 PM: Speaker for Conference Summation -- Final Plenary.    35th Annual International Conference on the Psychology of the Self Washington, DC.  http://www.iapsp.org/conference/

Orange, D. (August 25, 2012, 9:00 - 10:15 AM).  Diálogo.  With Dr. Juan Francisco Jordán.  Conference Town of Reñaca, Chile.

 

Orange, D. (August 24, 2012, 6:45 - 7:45 PM).  Lanzamiento del Libro en español: Pensar la práctica clínica: Recursos filosóficos para el psicoanálisis contemporáneo y psicoterapias humanistas.  Conference Town of Reñaca, Chile.


Orange, D. (August 23, 2012, 7:00 - 8:15 PM).   Lecture.  "The Suffering Stranger: Attitudes for Everyday Clinical Understanding and Responding."  12th Congreso Chileno de Psicoterapia y 11th Encuentro Chileno de Investigación en Psicoterapia.  Conference Town of Reñaca, Chile.  


Orange, D. (August 22, 2012, 7:00 - 8:30 PM).  Lecture for IARPP Chile.  "Response to the Other: Developmental Enactment as a Bridging Concept between Self Psychology and Relational Psychoanalysis."  Santiago, Chile.


Orange, D. (August 22, 2012, 9:00 AM - 1:00 PM).  Lecture at University Diego Portales.  "From Recognition to Responsibility: The Ethical Constitution of Subjectivity."  Santiago, Chile.


Orange, D. (July 21, 2012, 6:30 - 9:00 PM).  Lecture:  "The Suffering Stranger: Attitudes for Everyday Clinical Understanding and Responding."  Society for Exploration of Psychoanalytic Therapies & Theology.  Fogelsville, PA.  Registration for Senior Psychoanalyst Presentations


Orange, D.  (June 25-28, 2012}.  Keynote: "Clinical Hospitality: Welcoming the face of the devasted Other."  (June 27th, 9:00 -- 10:20).  2012 International Human Science Research Conference on "Renewing the Encounter Between Human Sciences, The Arts, & The Humanities."  University of Quebec at Montreal, Canada.  www.ihsrc2012.uqam.ca/ .  


Orange, D.  (April 20-21, 2012). "Engagement and Enactment: A Clinical Workshop with Dr. Donna Orange."  Saint Paul University, 233 Main Street, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada.  http://www.centreforhealingandpersonalgrowth.com


Orange, D.,  Mal Slavin and Jim Fosshage.  (March 24, 2012, 9:30 am to 1:00 pm). A three-way discussion about "The Evolution of Self Psychology and Its Impact on Psychoanalysis."  APSP Conference (Association for Psychoanalytic Self-Psychology).  C. G. Jung Foundation, 28 East 39th Street (between Madison and Park Avenues), New York, NY.  Registration begins at 9:00 am.

Orange, D.  (March 9-10, 2012).  Three lectures for a philosophy and psychotherapy study group.  Focus on Thinking for Clinicians: Philosophical Resources for Contemporary Psychoanalysis and the Humanistic Psychotherapies and The Suffering Stranger: Hermeneutics for Everyday Clinical Practice.  The Alta Club.  Salt Lake City, UT

Orange, D. (March 3, 2012, 8:30 - 10:00 AM).  "Response to the Other: Developmental Enactment as a Bridging Concept between Self Psychology and Relational Psychoanalysis."  Discussants: Steven Stern and Stephen Hartman. Conference theme: “The Legacy of Stephen Mitchell: Sustaining Creativity in our Psychoanalytic Work.”  IARPP 10th Anniversary Annual Conference.  New York, NY.  http://www.iarpp.net/conferences/index.html

Orange, D. (Feb. 18, 2012,  9:00 AM to 12:30 PM).  Two lectures  organized by Self Psychology Group:  "The Suffering Stranger: Attitudes for Everyday Clinical Understanding and Responding" and "Inclusion: Attitudes Toward Otherness for Clinical Therapeutics."  St. Vincent Hospital, Melbourne, Australia.

Orange, D. (Feb. 17, 2012).  Gestalt Therapy Workshop.  Melbourne, Australia.

Orange, D. (Feb. 13 - 14, 2012).  Workshop for psychotherapy group.  Wellington, New Zealand.

Orange, D. (Feb. 9-12, 2012).  Keynote Speech: "Clinical Hospitality: Welcoming the Face of the Devastated Other."  Panel: "Otherness: Cultures of Inclusion and Exclusion." General theme: "The Face of the Other."   NZAP (New Zealand Association of Psychotherapists, Te Rõpū  Whakaora Hinengaro).  Wellington, New Zealand.   http://www.nzap.org.nz/conference/

Orange, D.  (Feb. 4, 2012).  Featured Speaker: "Engagement and Developmental Enactment."  2011 - 2012 Self Psychology Institute.  ICP&P (Institute of Contemporary Psychotherapy and Psychoanalysis).  Washington, DC.  http://www.icpeast.org/SPI-conference-three.html

Orange, D. (Oct. 25, Nov. 1, Nov. 8, Nov. 15, Nov. 22, Nov. 29, 2011).  Theodor Reik Guest Lectureship. "The Suffering Stranger: Hermeneutics for Everyday Clinical Practice."  NPAP (National Psychological Association for Psychoanalysis), 40 West 13th Street, New York, NY.

Orange, D. (Oct. 22, 2011).  Keynote Address entitled "Inclusion: Attitudes Toward Otherness for Clinical Therapeutics."  9th Annual Psychology for the Other Seminar.  Seattle University, Seattle, WA.

Orange, D. (Oct. 20, 2011).  At Seattle University, Seattle, WA.  8 AM--Psychology Majors; 12 Noon--Chair's Colloquium Talk for undergraduate audience: "The Suffering Stranger...";  6:30--9:00 PM--MAP (Master of Arts in Psychology) Lecture Sseries, "The Suffering Stranger...."

Orange, D.  (Oct 13 – 15, 2011).  1)Session title: "Inclusion: Attitudes Toward Otherness For Clinical Therapeutics"; 2) Mega Meet the Author.  Conference theme: “The Influence of Attitude in Psychoanalysis.”  34th Annual International Conference on The Psychology of The Self.  Los Angeles, CA.

Orange, D.  (Oct. 1 – 3, 2011).  Invited Address: "The Suffering Stranger: Attitudes for Everyday Clinical Understanding and Responding."   Psychology and The Other Conference 2011.  Leslie University, Cambridge, MA.


Orange, D.  (June 29 – July 2, 2011).  1) Presenter, with Shelley Doctors, discussant Mike Reison, “Philosophical and Clinical Perspectives on Liberation: B. Brandchaft, Relational Pioneer.”  2) Meet the Author, The Suffering Stranger: Hermeneutics for Everyday Clinial Practice;  3) Chair and discussant, “Freeing an Unfree Mind: The Birth of a Psychoanalytic Community in Former Soviet States.”   International Association for Relational Psychoanalysis and Psychotherapy. Madrid, Spain.

 

Orange, D. (May 13, 2011).  :  “The Disappearing Face of the Other: The Undocumented, the Asylum-Seekers, the Different.”  Keynote Address for Bystanders No More: Psychotherapeutic Dialogues for the Politically Silenced, a Multi-Disciplinary Conference, May 13 – 15, 2011.  The New York Academy of Medicine Conference Center, New York, NY.

 

Orange, D. (May 3, 2011).  “Levinas for Clinicians: Why?”  A talk for The Relational Self-Psychology Study Center, Focusing-Oriented Relational Psychotherapy and Mosaic Study Center.  New York, NY.

 

Orange, D. (April 15-17, 2011).  “The Suffering Stranger: Attitudes for Everyday Clinical Understanding.”  New York meets Vienna:  IPSS (Institute for the Psychoanalytic Study of Subjectivity) – WKPS (Weiner Kreis für Psychoanalyse und Selbstpsychologie) Spring Meeting, April 2011.  New York, NY.

 

Orange, D. (April 9, 2011).   “A Day with Dr. Donna Orange.”  Tampa Bay Psychoanalytic Society, Inc.  Tampa, FL. 

 

Orange, D. and A. Joelson. (March 10, 2011).  “From our conference in Siracusa, Italy: On Heroes and the Legacy of Shame.”  Psychoanalytic Explorations at IPSS (Institute for the Psychoanalytic Study of Subjectivity).  New York, NY.

 

Orange, D. (February 25-26, 2011).  “Trauma, Dissociation and Loss of Complexity” (Feb. 25th ).  “Somebodies and Nobodies: The Intersubjective Constitution of Shame and Envy.” (Feb. 26th .)  Oklahoma Society for Psychoanalytic Studies.  Oklahoma City, OK.

 

Orange, D. (February 19-20, 2011).  “Fiducia e rispetto: Atteggiamenti per la comprensione e la responsivita clinica de ogni giorno.”  La Dialettica tra Rispetto e Sospetto in Psicoanalisi: Terzo Congresso Nazionale dell’ISIPSE.  John Cabot University, Rome. 

 

Orange, D. (November 25-26, 2010).  Keynote Lecture: “’Bi-Personalität’ as Intersubjectivity in Psychotherapy: A Dialogic Approach.”  Psychophysiologie, Bipersonalität und Intersubjektivität – Paul Christian (1910-1996) zum 100. Geburtstag.  Conference at Klinik Fuer Allgemeine Innere Medizin und Psychosomatik der Universität Heidelberg.  Heidelberg, Germany.  Lecture delivered in German.

 

Orange, D. (October 21-24, 2010).  Invited discussant for plenary session.   The 33rd Annual International Conference on The Psychology of the Self.  Antalya, Turkey.

 

Orange, D. (October 16-17, 2010).  Keynote Speech “The Thought That Counts: Ideas to inspire Psychotherapists and Counsellors” followed by “Donna interviewed by John Kirti Wheway.”  The Bath Centre for Psychotherapy and Counselling (BCPC).  Bath, England, UK.

 

Orange, D. (July 8-9, 2010).  “Thinking for Clinicians--Psychotherapy in a Socratic Spirit: A Workshop with Donna Orange.”   Gestalt Therapy Australia. Centre for Relational Skills Training and Psychotherapy.  Melbourne, Australia.

 

Orange, D. (July 3, 2010).  “Somebodies and Nobodies: The Intersubjective Constitution of Shame and Envy.”  SCIARPP (The International Association for Relational Psychoanalysis and Psychotherapy, Sydney Center) and ANZAP (Australia and New Zealand Association for Psychotherapy) Conference.  Sydney, Australia.

 

Orange, D.  (June 15-19, 2010).  Organize, chair one half day.  Give Introduction (Prolusione) for ISIPSe’ conference: All the Gods Must be Honored: the Dilemmas of Multiplicity in Tragedy and Psychoanalysis.  Deliver paper: “For Ajax Panel: Shame, Trauma, and dissociation.  ‘All the Gods Must be Honored’.”   Siracusa, Italy.

 

Orange, D. (June 4, 2010).  “Through Intersubjectivity to Ethics: Reflections on a Levinasian Therapeutics.”  American Association for Gestalt Therapy Biennial Conference.  Philadelphia, PA.

 

Orange, D. and L. Jacobs.  (January 23, 2010).   Gestalt Workshop.  Association for the Advancement of Gestalt Therapy/Northeast Regional Conference.  MetaCenter, New York, NY. 

Orange, D.  (November 14, 2009).  “A Curvature of Intersubjective Space: Emmanuel Levinas and the Psychoanalytic Vocation.”  The Connecticut Society for Psychoanalytic Psychology. New Haven, CT.  

 

Orange, D. (Oct. 25, 2009).  “A Curvature of Intersubjective Space: Emmanuel Levinas and the Psychoanalytic Vocation.”  32nd Annual International Conference on The Psychology of The Self.  Chicago, IL.

 

Orange, D. and Jackie Gotthold. (June 24-27, 2009).  Joint session at IARPP (International Association for Relational Psychoanalysis and Psychotherapy) Conference. Tel Aviv, Israel.

 

Orange, D. (March 6-8, 2009).  Lectures and workshops:  1. Introduction to the Theory and Practice of Intersubjectivity Systems Theory.  2. Shame - Whose Is It Anyway?  3. Speaking the Unspeakable. 4. Context, Complexity, and Compassion in Psychoanalysis. 5. Working with Trauma. 6. Attitudes, Values and Intersubjective Vulnerability.   Cape Town Psychoanalytic Self Psychology Group  Cape Town, South Africa.

  

Orange, D. (February 1, 2009).  “Atteggiamenti, valori e vulnerabilità intersoggettiva: ‘a lecture’ in memoria di Heinz Kohut.”  Sándor Ferenczi Congress.  Sponsored by International Sándor Ferenczi Foundation.  Turino, Italy.  Lecture delivered in Italian.

 

Orange, D. (January 31, 2009). Lecture and workshop (in Italian).  ISIPSé.  Rome, Italy. 

 

Orange, D. (January 22, 2009).  “Consulting Master Clinician: Donna Orange.”  The Adult Treatment Division at the Institute for Contemporary Psychotherapy.  New York, NY. 

 

Orange, D. (January 16, 2009). “Beyond Instinct or Intellect: Phenomenology for Contemporary Psychoanalysis.”  Scientific Meeting of NPAP (The National Psychological Association for Psychoanalysis) at The New School for Social Research, New York, NY.  Video of complete lecture available online at:   http://fora.tv/speaker/6417/Dr_Donna_Orange

 

Orange, D. (October 18-19, 2008). “Intersubjectivity Conference, a day with International guest speaker Donna Orange.”  The Bath Center for Psychotherapy and Counseling. Bath, England. 

 

Orange, D.  (October 10-12, 2008).  Lectures and workshops at the Metanoia Institute.  London. 

 

Orange, D.  (April 13, 2008).  "The Shadow of Shame, or From Knowing to Understanding."  Discussion of Doris Brothers' "The Shrug: Trauma, Uncertainty and an Analyst's Dark Moment" and of Lynne Jacobs' "Who Am I as an Analyst? Not-knowing, Uncertainty, Shame, and Defensiveness."  American Psychological Association Division 39.  Boston, MA.


Orange, D. and Lynne Jacobs.  (April 5, 2008).  “The Therapist’s Vulnerability: Envy, Shame, and Humiliation.”  A Morning with Donna Orange and Lynne Jacobs.  Institute of Contemporary Psychoanalysis.  San Francisco, CA.

 

Orange, D. and Lynne Jacobs. (March 15, 2008).  “Revisiting Recognition: Experience, Meaning and Dialogue.”  An Afternoon with Donna Orange and Lynne Jacobs.  Institute of Contemporary Psychoanalysis.  Los Angeles, CA.

 

Orange, D. and Frank Staemmler. (March 4-14, 2008).  Residential Training. Pacific Gestalt Institute.  La Casa de Maria, Santa Barbara, CA.

 

Orange, D. (Nov. 17, 2007).  “Atteggiamenti, valori e vulnerabilità intersoggettiva.”  Incontro Con Donna Orange.  Presented by ISIPSÉ.  John Cabot University, Roma.

 

Orange, D.  (Nov. 16, 2007).  “La speranza radicale e i sistemi di fiducia adeguata.”  Incontro Con Donna Orange. Presented by ISIPSÉ.  John Cabot University, Roma.    

 

Orange, D. (October 13, 2007). Delivered The Kohut Memorial Lecture: “Attitudes, Values and Intersubjective Vulnerability.”  30th Annual International Conference on the Psychology of the Self. Los Angeles, CA.

 

Orange, D. (May 15, 2007).  “Context, Complexity and Compassion in Psychoanalysis.”  City University of New York, Doctoral Program in Clinical Psychology.  New York, NY.

 

Orange, D. (May 12, 2007). “Honte et compréhension psychanalytique.”  Le Groupe d’étude sur l’intersubjectivité. Montreal, Canada.


Orange, D.  (April 2007).  "Discussion of Gill Straker's 'Intervening in a hostile world: Continuous vs post-traumatic stress'."  Division of Psychoanalysis (39), American Psychological Association. Toronto, Canada.

 

Orange, D. (April 19, 2007).  Invited Panelist. “On Clinical Momentum: Time, Process and Complexity in the Psychoanalytic Arena.”  Division of Psychoanalysis (39), American Psychological Association. Toronto, Canada.

 

Orange, D., E. Gendlin and D. Stern (Mar. 10, 2007).  “Beyond Words: Explorations in the Implicit Dimension of Psychoanalysis.”  Association for Psychoanalytic Self Psychology. New York, NY.

 

Orange, D. (Feb. 24, 2007).  Two presentations: “Whose Shame Is It, Anyway?  Humiliation and Systems of Restoration” and “For Whom the Bell Tolls: Context, Complexity and Compassion in Psychoanalysis.”  Northwest Center for Psychoanalysis - Portland.  Portland, OR.

 

Orange, D. (Feb. 3, 2007).  “From Self Psychology to Intersubjective Systems and Beyond.”  Tampa Bay Psychoanalytic Society.  Tampa, FL.

 

Orange, D. (Oct. 28, 2006).  “The whole is more: The ‘local level’ and Heinz Kohut's psychoanalysis.”  25 Years after Kohut…New Generations, New Directions.  29th Annual International Conference on the Psychology of the Self.  Chicago, IL.

 

Orange, D.  (October 23, 2005).  Moderator and discussant of Robert Stolorow's "Autobiographical and Theoretical Reflections on the 'Ontological Unconscious'."  Developing Clinical Momentum: 28th Annual International Conference on the Psychology of the Self.  Baltimore, MD.


Shumsky, E. and D. Orange (October 22, 2005).  “Enacting and Being-With: Understanding disruptions and impasses in psychoanalysis.”  Developing Clinical Momentum: 28th Annual International Conference on the Psychology of the Self. Baltimore, MD.

 

Orange, D. (2005)  Lecture and workshop.  Barcelona, Spain.


Orange, D. (Sept. 24, 2005). “Trauma, Dissociation and the Loss of Complexity” and “For Whom the Bell Tolls: Context, Complexity and Compassion in Psychoanalysis.”  Affetti e Trauma, giornata di studio con Donna Orange.  Il Centro Milanese ISIPSé.  Milano, Italy.

 

Orange, D. (2005).  “Intersubjective Systems of Traumatic Living Memory (Intersubjektive Systeme traumatischer Erinnerungen)”.  Stuttgart Psychoanalytic Institute. Stuttgart, Germany.  Lecture delivered in German.


Orange, D. (June 23, 2005).  “Relational psychoanalytic dialogue: A hermeneutic search for understanding.”  Unconscious Experience: Relational Perspectives.  IARPP (International Association for Relational Psychoanalysis and Psychotherapy).  Rome, Italy.

 

Shumsky, E. and D. Orange (April 29, 2006).  “Our first fight: Reflections on the psychoanalytic concept of enactment.”  Association for Psychoanalytic Self Psychology.  New York, NY.

 

Orange, D. (Feb. 4, 2005). “Ma di chi e' la vergogna?  La vita in mondi di umiliazione e i sistemi intersoggettivi che guariscono.”  ISIPSé Conference with Andrew Morrison and Rosa Velasco.  Vergogna: o della propria o dell'altrui: errori e fiducia nei contesti psicoanalitici.  John Cabot University.  Roma.

 

Orange, D. (Nov. 13, 2004).  “For Whom the Bell Tolls: Context, Complexity and Compassion in Psychoanalysis.”  ANZAP (Australia and New Zealand Association of Psychotherapy).  Sydney, Australia.

 

Orange, D. (Nov. 6, 2004). “Discussion of Lucy Ann Carlton’s ‘Out of the Box’.” 27th Annual International Conference on the Psychology of the Self. San Diego, CA.

 

Stolorow, R. D. and D. M. Orange (Nov. 4, 2004).  Master Class: “Intersubjective Systems Perspective.”  27th Annual International Conference on the Psychology of the Self. San Diego, CA.

 

Orange, D. (June 15-19, 2004).  Delivered Introduction (Prolusione) to international conference Dyonisus’ Ear: Trauma, Tragedy and Psychoanalytic Listening.  Sponsored by ISIPSé.  Siracusa, Italy.

 

Stolorow, R., G. Atwoord and D. Orange.  (April 17, 2004). “Perspectives on Intersubjective Systems.”  The Postgraduate Psychoanalytic Society, Annual Scientific Conference.  New York, NY.

 

Orange, D. (June 20, 2003).  “Warum ist die systemische Theorie der Intersubjektivität meine Psychoanalyse?”  8th International Self Psychology Symposium. Dreieich, Germany.

 

Orange, D. (May 23, 2003).  “Perché la teoria dei sistemi intersoggettivi è la mia psicoanalisi.”  Primo Congresso ISIPSÉ.  John Cabot University, Roma.

 

Orange, D. (Jan. 18, 2003). ”Trauma, dissociation, and the loss of complexity.”  Contemporary Self Psychology and Relational Psychoanalysis: Trauma and Dissociation.  Conference presented by Association for Psychoanalytic Self Psychology.  New York, NY.

 

Orange, D. (June 1, 2002). “Cross Currents in Psychoanalysis and Neuroscience: Interpersonal Neurobiology vs. Perspectival Realism – An Intersubjective Dialogue.”  Institute of Contemporary Psychoanalysis, Los Angeles, CA.

 

Orange, D. (May 12, 2002).  “There is no Outside: Empathy and Authenticity in Psychoanalytic Process.”  2nd Conference, European Federation: Psychoanalytic Self Psychology.  Sponsored by Wiener Kreis für  Psychoanalyse und Selbstpsychologie.  Vienna, Austria.

 

Orange, D., G. Atwood and R. Stolorow.  (Feb. 15 - 17, 2002). “Antidote e alternative: il realismo prospettivista e i nuovi riduzionismi.”  Prima Conferenza Internazionale di Roma sulla prospettiva intersoggettiva. Sponsored by ISIPSé.  John Cabot University, Rome.

 

Orange, D. (May 5, 2001).  "Cllinical Consequences of Intersubjective Theory."  Conference sponsored by The Canadian Association of Psychoanalytic Child Therapists, in association with The Toronto Child Psychoanalytic Program and The Institute for the Advancement of Self Psychology.  Emmanuel College, University of Toronto, Toronto, Canada.


Orange, D. (April 26, 2001).  "Discussion:  Three Voices, Harmonious Chords and Unconscious Rhythms: The Inner Voice, the Silenced Voice and Reverberations from an Unconscious Will."  At Division 39.  Santa Fe, New Mexico.


Orange, D. (2001).  “For those who have no smiles.”  International Congress on Suicidality and Psychoanalysis. The Current State of Research and Treatment, Future Perspectives.  Hamburg, Germany.

 

Orange, D. (2001). “Perche il Linguaggio e Tanto Importante per la Psicoanalisi?”  I giochi linguistici e il vocabolario della psicoanalisi. John Cabot University, Rome.  Conference sponsored by SIPSE and ISIPSE. 

 

Orange, D. (November, 2000).  Discussion:  "Doris Brothers' "Faith and Passion in Self Psychology," or "Swimming against the Postmodern Tide of Uncertainty."  23rd Annual Conference on the Psychology of the Self.  Chicago, IL.


Orange, D. (September 23, 2000).  "Whose Reality Is It Anyway?"  Annual Fall Meeting.  Psychoanalytic Society of Upstate New York.  Buffalo, New York. 


Orange, D. and R. Stolorow. (June 10, 2000).  "World Horizons: A Post-Cartesian Alternative to the Freudian Unconscious."   Conference theme: "Relational Perspetives on the Unconscious: The Unconscious Revisited in the Year 2000."  Institute of Contemporary Psychoanalysis.  Beverly Hills, CA.


Orange, D. (2000).  “Working intersubjectively: Contextualism in psychoanalytic practice.”  The Connecticut Society for Psychoanalytic Psychology.  New Haven Lawn Club.  New Haven, CT.

 

Orange, D.  (October 30, 1999).  "Worlds Without Representation -- Discussion of Max Sucharov's 'Representation and the Intrapsychic: Cartesian Barriers to Empathic Contact'."  22nd Annual Conference on the Psychology of the Self.  Toronto, Canada.


Orange, D. (1998). “The post-Cartesian witness and the psychoanalytic profession.” Giorno di Studio con Donna Orange.  Rome.

 

Orange, D. with George E. Atwood).  (March 29, 1998).  Meet the Authors.  ICPLA.  Institute for Contemporary Psychoanalysis Los Angeles.  Los Angeles, CA.  


Orange, D. (Spring, 1998). “’Seeing as’: An Intersubjective Account of Emotional Attunement.”  Division of Psychoanalysis (39), American Psychological Association.  New York, NY.

 

Orange, D. (1997). “Discussion of Craig Powell’s ‘Insight, Empathy and Projective Identification.’”  Self Psychology Conference.  Chicago, IL.

 

Atwood, G. and D. Orange. (May 11, 1995). “The Future of Intersubjectivity Theory,” a discussioin of George Atwood’s presentation: ”The Origin and Development of the Intersubjective View of Psychoanalysis.”  The Institute for the Psychoanalytic Study of Subjectivity.   New York, NY. 

 

Orange, D. (April 29, 1995).  “Relational Theories and Self Psychology: The Ferenczi Connection.”  Division of Psychoanalysis (39), American Psychological Association.  Santa Monica, CA.

 

Orange, D. (Oct. 13, 1991).  “Countertransference, Empathy and the Hermeneutical Circle.”  14th Annual Conference on the Psychology of The Self.  Chicago, IL. 

 

  

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