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January 17, 2020

Virginia Psychoanalytic Society Presents:

S. Kalman Kolansky, MD, DLFAPA

Associate Director, Psychiatry Residency and Chair, Child Psychiatry Training Saint Elizabeths Hospital, Washington, DC
Teaching Analyst, Washington – Baltimore Institute for Psychoanalysis

On Technical Aspects of Working with Affect and Defense in Child Psychiatry and Psychoanalysis (With Clinical Illustrations / 2CME or CEU Credits)

Place: Westwood Country Club, 6200 West Club Lane, Richmond, VA 23226
Time: 5:00-6:00 pm Cocktails
6:00-7:00 pm Dinner *
7:00-9:00 pm Presentation and Q&A
Registration Fee
$59.00, with dinner, if paid by Monday January 13, 2020 (12:00 PM)
$69.00, with dinner if paid after that date
$25.00 for CE credits without dinner if paid by January 13, 2020 ($40 if paid after that)
Auditing (no CE credits) without dinner (no cost).
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Keyhill Sheorn, 1001 Boulders Parkway, Suite 160
Richmond, VA 23225 804.323.0003 Email:

About Dr. Kolansky:

Dr. Kolansky has a private practice in adult and child psychiatry and psychoanalysis in Alexandria,
Virginia. In addition to his work teaching and supervising at St. Elizabeths Hospital psychiatry
residency program and teaching in the Washington – Baltimore Psychoanalytic Institute and
formerly the Baltimore – Washington Psychoanalytic Institute, he has served as Assistant Clinical
Professor of Psychiatry at both Georgetown University and George Washington University School
of Medicine. Over the years he has taught and supervised medical students, residents and fellows in
adult and child psychiatry in the Washington DC area. He has presented many papers and
presentations on psychiatry and psychoanalysis including topics regarding aspects of child
development, psychoanalytic discussion of films, adoption, child psychiatry, child psychotherapy,
psychological trauma in children, etc., at local and national psychiatric and psychoanalytic
He has received numerous local and national professional, teaching, and supervising awards

  • The Gerald Pearson Memorial Lecture at the Philadelphia Center for Psychoanalysis in October
  • The Irma Bland Teaching Award of The American Psychiatric Association presented at the
    annual meeting of the American Psychiatric Association in San Francisco 2009
  • Saltz Memorial Lecture Children’s Hospital National Medical Center, Washington, DC Nov. 5,
  • The Edith Sabshin Teaching Award of the American Psychoanalytic Association awarded 2006
  • Elected Distinguished Life Fellow American Psychiatric Association 2004
  • The First Annual Betty Hughes Memorial Lecture at the Baltimore Washington Psychoanalytic
    Association 1999
  • Vicennial Silver Medal for Teaching at Georgetown University School of Medicine. 1998
    The Meritorious Service Medal for psychiatric service as a Major in the Army Medical Corps in

1. Assess indications of internal conflict in evaluation of children and adolescents
2. Articulate the importance of looking beyond presenting symptoms in assessing patients and potential
treatment approaches
3. Verbalize use of and direction of defense interpretation in dynamically oriented psychotherapy and
psychoanalytic treatment of children where indicated.
4. Make defense interpretations in treatment of children at a level they can utilize.