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It implements the functioning of the procedure of the pass at the international level as well as the International Accreditation Committee. It also confers the titles of the guarantee.
The ICG 2016-2018 is composed of the following 16 members, who were elected in their respective School organs.
Composition CAOE :
Anne Lopez (secretariat for Europe), Marcelo Mazzuca (secretariat for South America), Roser Casalprim, Marina Severini
In his text,
Proposition sur le psychanalyste de l'Ecole
(1967), Jacques Lacan put forth the procedure of the pass. He
proposed to submit to examination the end point of an analytic
trajectory, the point at which there is a movement from analysand to
analyst, with the emergence of the desire of the analyst.
This procedure is related to the fundamental thesis: that in his
the analyst can only authorize himself, and from that
to call someone an analyst-no one can do that. It is
precisely this which makes a control necessary, for the
not imply for all that that anyone is an analyst".
The procedure is constructed on the model of the witticism. An
analysand, called a
passant (one who is passing), believes he
has come to the end of his question as analysand and offers to testify
to this. His testimony is offered to two
designated as such by their analysts. The passers-because of where
they are in their own analyses-have been judged capable of
understanding what is being attested to by the one passing from
analysand to analyst.
The two passers transmit what they have grasped from the testimony
"passant" before a jury, which eventually authenticates
the testimony by granting the title of A.E., Analyst of the
In the EPFCL School, the function of the jury is assumed by the cartels, which are called the cartels of the pass. These cartels, composed from within the ranks of the international college of the guarantee, are multinational and of brief duration.
The EPFCL adheres to the two titles of guarantee defined by Lacan in his "October 9 proposal on the psychoanalyst of the School."
This title is granted to those who, having completed the process of the pass and have given testimony regarding the progression of their own analyses, are judged capable of making a contribution to the advancement of crucial problems in psychoanalysis.
The title of "A.M.E." (Analyst Member of the School) to analysts who have proven themselves as practitioners. This title signifies the confidence given to practitioners who have proven their qualifications sufficiently for the School to guarantee them to external entities.
Proposals for the title of A.M.E. are made by locally and sent to International Accreditation Committee, composed from within the ranks of the International College of the Guarantee, every two years draws up a list of new A.M.E.'s.
The second year of its mandate the IGC includes among its members the International Accreditation Committee.
Colette Soler (secretariat for Europe), Gabriel Lombardi (secretariat for South America), Maria Teresa Maiocchi, Maria Luisa de la Oliva.
Sidi ASKOFARÉ (secretariat for Europe), Maria Vitoria BITTENCOURT (secretariat for South America), Cora AGUERRE, Beatriz ZULUAGA.
N. Bousseyroux (F) - M. Brito (B) - P. Dahan (F) - R. Escapa (F) - D. Fingermann (B), secretariat for South America - C. Gallano (E) - A.Izcovich (F) - L. Izcovich (F) - P. Leray (F) - A.Lopez (F) - A. Martinez (E) - D. Mautino (F) - P. Munoz (B) - A. Nguyen (F), secretariat for Europe - M. Strauss (F)
Dominique FINGERMANN - Carmen GALLANO - Marc STRAUSS - Luis IZCOVICH - Anne LOPEZ
Jacques Adam (France),
Sidi Askofaré (France),
Sol Aparicio (France),
Michel Bousseyroux (France),
Jean-Pierre Drapier (France),
Maria Eugenia Lisman (EPFCL-FOE-FPG),
Florencia Farias (AL-S) secretariat for South America,
Jean-Jacques Gorog (France),
Martine Menès (France),
Josep Monseny Bonifasi (EPFCL-FFCLE),
Clotilde Pascual (EPFCL-FFCLE),
Antonio Quinet (Brasil),
Trinidad Sanchez de Lander (AL-N),
Colette Sepel (France),
Danièle Silvestre (France),
Colette Soler (France) secretariat for Europe
Patrick Barillot (France), María Vitoria Bittencourt (France), Eduardo Fernández (Espagne), Carmen Gallano (Espagne), Luis Izcovich (France), Françoise Josselin (France), Lola López (Espagne), María Teresa Maiocchi (Italie), Gladys Mattalia (Argentine), Patricia Muñoz (Colombie), Albert Nguyen (France), Bernard Nominé (France), Vera Pollo (Brésil), Mireille Scemama (France), Megan Williams (Australie), Patricia Zarowsky (France)
Luis Izcovich (Paris), Bernard Nominé (Pau), Lola Lopez (Barcelone), Patricia Munoz (Medellin), Albert Nguyen (Bordeaux)
Sol Aparicio (France), Sidi Askofare (Francia), Ana Canedo (Espagne), Rithé Cevasco (Espagne), Colette Chouraqui Sepel (France), Susana Díaz (Argentine), Olivia Dauverchain (France), Dominique Fingermann (Brésil), Jean-Jacques Gorog (Francia), Anita Izcovich (France), Francoise Lespinasse (France), Fulvio Marone (Italie), Guillermo Rubio (Belgique), Joan Salinas-Roses (Espagne), Marc Strauss (France), Juan Guillermo Uribe (Colombie)
Sol Aparicio (Paris), Ana Canedo (Barcelone),Rithée Cevasco (Barcelone), Dominique Fingermann (Sao Paulo), Anita Izcovich (Paris), Marc Strauss (Paris), Juan Guillermo Uribe (Medellin)
Europe: Mario Binassco, Viviana Bordenave, Jean Fréderic Bouchet, Michel Bousseroux, Guy Clastres, Rosana D´Ambra, Anna Lopez, Ana Martinez W, Josep Monseny, Albert Nguyen, Bernard Nominé, Hugo Rotmistrovsky,Colette Soler, Annie-Claude Sortant Delanoe.
Amérique latine: Maria Antonieta Izaguirre, Viviana Gómez, Gabriel Lombardi, Antonio Quinet.
Mario Binasco (Milan), Viviana Bordenave (Barcelone), Jean Frédéric Bouchet (Grenoble), Michel Bousseyroux (Toulouse), Colette Soler (Paris), Viviana Gomez (Buenos Aires)