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October 2020

The Rough Patch in Marriage: Working with Couples Psychoanalytically
– Daphne de Marneffe, PhD [SEMINAR]

Sat October 10, 2020 | 9:00 am - 4:00 pm
Zoom, Virtual CA United States
$130.00 – $150.00

Narrative: Empirical and clinical research on couple processes and couple therapy has expanded in the last thirty years.  Simultaneously, psychoanalytic views of development and therapeutic action have incorporated findings from research on attachment, mentalization, and emotion.  This seminar provides a grounding in current theories of mentalization, couple therapy, and adult development as a vehicle for considering the crises and challenges of long-term intimate relationships and how to best work with them psychoanalytically. As therapists, we need to hold in tension…

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Healing the Self Through Affect Integration: An Intersubjective Approach
– by Jane Rubin, PhD [SEMINAR]

Fri October 16, 2020 | 12:30 pm - 2:30 pm
Zoom, Virtual CA United States
$300 – $320

Narrative: What is the source of our patients’ suffering? How can we most effectively address it? There are as many psychoanalytic answers to these questions as there are psychoanalytic theories. From the perspective of intersubjectivity theory, many of the issues our patients struggle with—poor decision-making, difficulties establishing trusting relationships, addictions and other self-destructive behaviors, and more— are best understood as the consequence of their inability to experience a full range of affects. Intersubjectivity theory helps us understand why our patients have…

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When Self-Hate is Self-Protection: Understanding Eating Disorders
– Lisa Bograd, MA, MFT [CLASS]

Sat October 24, 2020 | 9:00 am - 1:00 pm
Zoom, Virtual CA United States
$100 – $110
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Narrative: Eating disorders are very complex disorders that can be very difficult for clinicians to treat both because of the life threatening nature of these disorders as well as the tendency of those afflicted with them to cling desperately to them despite the grave risk they pose to their physical health and emotional wellbeing. But if we really understand what is at stake for these patients in giving up their disorder, if we can appreciate the profound way in which…

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January 2021

What Every Psychotherapist Needs to Know About Divorce: Know the Factors that Create Good Break Ups
– Stephen H. Sulmeyer, JD, PhD [CLASS]

Sat January 23, 2021 | 9:00 am - 1:00 pm
Zoom, Virtual CA United States
$100 – $110.00
Stephen H. Sulmeyer

Narrative: Divorce has traditionally been viewed as a battle, fought by vicious litigators who specialize in scorched-earth tactics, that leaves both of the parties, and especially their children, as the losers in the process.  A great deal of excellent research has been done on the effects of such battles on the parties and the children, with which clinicians need to be conversant.  At the same time, the ways in which couples divorce has been changing continually since the advent of…

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February 2021

Deeper Impact, Wider Reach: Re-Imagining Kleinian Psychoanalysis
– by Jennifer Kunst, PhD [SEMINAR]

Sat February 20, 2021 | 9:00 am - 4:00 pm
Zoom, Virtual CA United States
$130 – $150
Jennifer kunst

Narrative: In the 21st century, clinicians have many tools available to help their clients change for the better. Despite this abundance of therapeutic models, clinicians face a lot of pressure to utilize theories and techniques that offer the possibility of alleviating symptoms and improving client functioning in a short time frame. Training programs, clinics, insurance companies, and clients themselves often prefer short-term, more cost-effective models. Despite significant research showing their deep and lasting effects, psychoanalytic models are often relegated to…

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