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Brown Bag: “Transference Love: An Artificial Rose” with James W. Lomax, MD

January 11 @ 11:30 am - 1:00 pm


Houston Group Psychotherapy Society Presents:


“Transference Love: An Artificial Rose”

With James W. Lomax, MD

1.5 CEUs                  

Dr. Lomax from Baylor College of Medicine and the Center for Psychoanalytic Studies will present Transference Love: An Artificial Rose.  This will be an hour long presentation on erotic transference, Eros and psychotherapy.  It will be followed by a 30 minute discussion by our HGPS members Travis Courville, LCSW, CGP, FAGPA, Audrey Ryman-Watson, LCSW, CGP and Paul LePhuoc, Ph.D, CGP.  They will discuss Dr. Lomax’s presentation in the context of how these principles can be utilized in the group dynamic process.  Questions from the audience will be welcomed.

RSVP to admin@hgps.org. If you would like a box lunch please note in your RSVP. Lunch will be $12 payable on site.

Please contact Constance Moore, M.Ed., LPC, CGP at 713-961-5055 or mcamtexas@yahoo.com with any questions.  HGPS Brown Bags are held at The Council at 303 Jackson Hill off Memorial. 


About James W Lomax, MD

Dr. Lomax is a psychoanalyst whose clinical effort involves psychotherapeutic and psychoanalytic treatment of individuals with anxiety, mood, and personality disorders, as well as those with complicated grief, traumatic loss, and other adjustment reactions. He is interested in the interface between psychiatry (from a psychoanalytic perspective), religion, and spirituality. His interdisciplinary efforts involve the Menninger Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences, Baylor College of Medicine with the Institute for Spirituality and Health of The Texas Medical Center, the Department of Religious Studies, Rice University, the Hope and Healing Center and Institute at Saint Martin’s Episcopal Church, and many of the clinical entities of the Texas Medical Center. The purpose of these relationships is to deepen the exploration of phenomena, such as healing, grief, and response to loss from the different perspectives that each of the aforementioned disciplines brings to bear on similar situations.




Psychiatry & Behav Sciences
Baylor College of Medicine
Houston, TX, US
Brown Foundation Chair of Psychoanalysis in the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences
Baylor College of Medicine
Houston, Texas, United States


Advanced Training from Houston-Galveston Psychoanalytic Institute
Advanced Training from Baylor College Of Medicine Affiliate Hospitals
Advanced Training from University Of Oregon Affiliate Hospitals
Residency at Baylor College Of Medicine
BA from Rice University


American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology


January 11
11:30 am - 1:00 pm
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