Monica Horovitz

Monica Horovitz

Dr. Monica Horovitz, MD, PhD in Literature, MA in Latin American Literature, DESS in clinical psychpathology. She is a full member of the IPA, the Paris Psychoanalytical Society (SPP) and the Italian Psychoanalytical Society (SPI). She works in private practice with adolescents and adults in Paris. She runs a seminar on Bion since 2003.

Monica conceived the idea of an international seminar on Bion. It was initiated  with Lawrence Brown and it became “Bion in Marrakech” in 2013, of which she is now President. She has published a number of articles in national and international journals and has also contributed to several books published in French, Spanish and English, on the works of W. R. Bion.

Recently published:

« Un grito latía en su silencio » in « De pánicos y furias – La clínica del desborde » Edited by Alejandra Vertzner Marucco, APA, Lugar Editorial, 2016.

« An Interrupted Treatment » in « Attacks on Linking Revisited: A New Look at Bion’s Classic Work »  Edited by Catalina Bronstein and Edna O’Shaughnessy, IPA, Karnac Books, 2017.

« Psychoanalytical turmoil in cyberspace » in “Reconsidering the moveable frame in Psychoanalysis”, Edited by Isaac Tylim and Adrienne Harris, Routledge ed. New York, 2017.

« The analyst and his odyssey: like Ulysses we must nor forgot the return journey… » in « On Freud’s The Question of Lay Analysis: Contemporary Freudian Turning Points and Critical Issue » by Paulo Cesar Sandler (Editor), Gley Pacheco Costa (Editor), IPA, Routledge, 2019.

« Stormy navigation with our « secret sharer » «  in « Explorations in Bion’s ‘O’  » by Afsaneh Alisobhani and Glenda Corstorphine (Editors), Routledge, 2019.