Konferans, Kongre, Sempozyum, Söyleşi ve Yayın Katkıları

  • Türkarslan, Kutlu K. & Canel-Çınarbaş, D. (in press). Akademik Erteleme Sorunlarının Psikanalitik Kendilik Psikolojisi Açısından İncelenmesi: Bir Vaka Çalışması. (Investigation of academic procrastination problems from the perspective of psychoanalytic self-psychology: A case study).   Journal of Clinical Psychology Research. (Early Access), doi: https://doi.org/10.5455/kpd.26024438m000030
  • Neslihan Rugancı-”First Carved-up, Later Reconstructed, Nonetheless Different from What She Had Before ”(Discussion of Paolo Stramba-Badiale’s paper, “Hope and Uncertainty. The Subjective Experience of the Body During the Covid-19 Pandemic.”)(IAPSP Online Conference Series, Nov., 2020).
  • Bulbul, Banu & Rugancı, Neslihan (2020) “Mourning and Rage: The Shadow of the Never Commemorated” (Psychoanalytic Self Psychological Approach to Mourning),  Journal of Turkish Medical Association, Community & Physician.  V:35-4, pp.293-300.    
  • Serpil Vargel, (interview, 2020). Understanding Self Psychology In the Framework of Idealized Parental Imago (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vhdwqHikjoc) .
  • Serpil Vargel, (Interview, 2020). Analyzing “Ahlat Ağacı” Movie (Turkey’s Candidate for 91th Oscar) in the framework of Narcissistic Development (https://youtu.be/BBQH9dbKH4Y).
  • Türkarslan, Kutlu K. (2020). Gilgamesh: The First Tragic Man. The Scandinavian Psychoanalytic Review, 43(1), 2-12. doi: https://doi.org/10.1080/01062301.2020.1782703 .
  • Cihan, Burçin. (2019).  EXPLORING IMPLICIT PROCESSES IN ADULT PSYCHOTHERAPY THROUGH MICRO ANALYSIS OF NONVERBAL SYNCHRONY. Unpublished Doctoral Thesis, METU, Ankara
  • Çevrim, Mustafa, (2019). Examination of a Therapy Process from an Intersubjective-Systems Theory (IST) Perspective. (Unpublished doctoral proficiency paper, Middle East Technical University (METU), Ankara, Turkey).
  • Okay, Deniz (2019). A Case Formulation of Avoidant Personality based on Self Psychology Approach. (Unpublished doctoral proficiency paper, Middle East Technical University (METU), Ankara, Turkey).
  •  Neslihan Rugancı-paper presented,”To be or Not to be: Developing the Feeling of Existence/Self”, in Panel: Self Regulation, Resilience and Attachment in Suicide and Self-mutilation Behavior, 2019, Erciyes University,
  • Neslihan Rugancı-paper presented “Daphne; A Miracle Whose Tears Turned into a Waterfall in Anatolia” (Discussed by Hazel Ipp, 2018, IAPSP  Vienna Conference).
  • Rugancı, R. Neslihan. (2018) BACKGROUND OF PSYCHOLOGICAL SYMPTOMS OR DISORDERS: SELF AND AFFECT REGULATION), Clinics of Turkey: Adolescence and Psychological Disorders Special Issue: Invited Author, pp. 66-73.
  • Neslihan Rugancı, presentation of the similar paper (BACKGROUND OF PSYCHOLOGICAL SYMPTOMS OR DISORDERS: SELF AND AFFECT REGULATION), 19th Adolescence Days, Inönü University, Malatya-Turkey.
  • Neslihan Rugancı-paper presented : “Therapeutic Approach to Affect Regulation Problems”, in the panelPsychotherapeutic Approaches to Anger/Aggression in Adolescence, 2017, 22nd Adolescence Days, Koç University , Istanbul.
  •  Neslihan Rugancı, Dealing with the School System as a Self System: Interdisciplinary Approach to Preventive Psychological Health in the School., 20th Adolescence Days  (Dec. 2015, Cyprus Medical Association).
  • Neslihan Rugancı-Discussion  of the paper: “Feeling at Home, Belonging and Being Human: Kohut and Self Psychology” by Amanda Kottler (2014, IAPSP Conference in Jerusalem)
  • Neslihan Rugancı- member of the International Overseas Committee of IAPSP Jerusalem Conference (2013-2014).
  • Serpil Vargel-SelfObject and Adolescence,& Neslihan Rugancı- Self Dynamics in Adolescence, Panel : Self Development, Affect Regulation and related pathologies   in Adolescent, 17th Adolescence Days,2013, 19 Mayıs University, Samsun- Turkey.
  • Neslihan Rugancı –Narcissistic States from Perfectionism to Psychosis, 16th Adolescence Days, 2011, North East Technical University, Trabzon-Turkey
  • Serin Öget – How Analysis Cure & Neslihan Rugancı- “Reconstructing the Functional Past”, Panel in 2. Işık Savaşır Symposium, 2004, Ankara.