Paola Michelle Contreras, PsyD, has been awarded the 12th Annual Arthur Kravitz Award this year for her significant work in using psychoanalytic ideas to understand human trafficking through research, to treat its victims, and to teach those caregivers who provide clinical service. She is the first candidate in psychoanalytic training to receive this award. Her conversation with another psychoanalytic candidate, Jane Keat, PsyD, was recorded in the library on October 11, 2019.
The Arthur R. Kravitz Award for Community Action and Humanitarian Contributions was established in 2008 to recognize Members of BPSI who have provided noteworthy psychoanalytically-informed service to our broader community. To watch other interviews in this series, follow this link: bpsi.org/bpsi-video-interviews/