The Sándor Ferenczi Center


Please note that the venue change for the special event in honor for Philip Bromberg.

The New location is Theresa Lang Community & Student Center, Arnhold Hall, 55 West 13 St.

At this point the waiting list is closed.  No more RSVP’s will be accepted until registration formally reopens.
Those of you who have e-mailed us requesting to be placed  on the waiting list will be automatically registered

Registration will be reopening soon.


Photos from the most recent book launch event: “The Legacy of Sandor Ferenczi: From Ghost to Ancestor”, are posted on our “The Sandor Ferenczi Center at The New School for Social Research” Facebook page.

Enjoy the photos from this wonderful event and through the link to our Facebook page

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About the Sándor Ferenczi Center

The goals of the New School Ferenczi Center include 1) sponsoring lectures, conferences, and workshops relevant to Ferenczi’s legacy of clinical innovation, 2) promoting Ferenczi’s legacy of social and political progressivism, and 3) contributing to the ongoing vitality of psychoanalysis as a cultural, intellectual, therapeutic discipline.

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Jeremy Safran 4/23/1952 – 5/7/2018

With great sadness, we announce the passing of our founder and dear friend, Dr. Jeremy Safran. His dedicated commitment to psychoanalytic inquiry and his unflagging support for psychoanalytic scholarship is embodied by his co-founding of the Sándor Ferenczi Center. It was through his motivation and energy that we have offered, over the course of years, a steady stream of events, talks, book launches, screenings, and more. His passion for interdisciplinary community lives in this project and stands as a testimony to his hard work and unparalleled regard for the history, present, and future of relational psychoanalysis. For so many, Jeremy was a mentor and friend, a challenger, a supporter, and a provider of so many rich opportunities. May we as a community continue to provide for one another in his honor and memory an enduring dedication to the things he loved and taught.

Interview with Lewis Aron by Jeremy Safran

Please enjoy the following interview with Lewis Aron by Jeremy Safran, two of the founders of the Sándor Ferenczi Center:


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