INTENSIVE CLINICAL WEEKEND SEMINAR: EMOTIONAL COMMUNICATION


Starts

06/22/2018 02:30PM

Ends

06/23/2018 03:30PM

Time Zone

America/New_York

Payment

Payment Required

Cost

250/Clinicians; 75/MATRICULATED INSTITUTE AND UNIVERSITY STUDENTS; 200/DL STUDENT DISCOUNT

Address

16 West 10th Street
New York
NY
10011
United States

Description

FRIDAY, JUNE 22, 2018 • 2:30 - 6:30 PM

SATURDAY, JUNE 23, 2018 • 9:00 AM - 3:30 PM


7.5 CE Credits for Licensed Psychoanalysts, Social Workers, and Psychologists


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This intensive clinical seminar will focus on the theory and practice of using emotional communication in treatment. Unlike interpretation, which speaks to the patient’s thought and reason, emotional communication reaches patients at the unconscious and visceral levels. Neurotic patients, who suffer primarily from conflicts springing from the oedipal stage of development, respond well to interpretation. Patients with pathology rooted in the preverbal preoedipal period of development, such as those with narcissistic and borderline personalities as well as those in psychotic states, require emotional communication. Preoedipal patients, developmentally too primitive to form an object transference, are helped to form a narcissistic transference, the hallmark of which is a blurring of the boundary between self and other. These patients induce powerful countertransference feelings that can be used by the clinician to facilitate the development, and subsequently resolution, of the narcissistic transference. Techniques such as the use of object-oriented questions, following the contact function, joining, and mirroring will be explicated. The five component seminars of this intensive clinical weekend will incorporate both didactic and process learning. Readings will be made available to participants upon receipt of registration.


FACULTY:

Aaron Black, PhD

Barbara D’Amato, PsyaD, LP

Angela Musolino, MSN, LP 

Faye Newsome, MA, LP

Richard Sacks, MA, LP

William Sharp, PsyaD


CLINICIANS: $250 


MATRICULATED INSTITUTE AND UNIVERSITY STUDENTS: $75

 

DL STUDENT DISCOUNT: $200

Directions

Subway:

A/C/E/B/D/F/M to West 4th Street

L to Sixth Avenue

4/5/6/N/R/Q/W to Union Square

1 to Christopher Street

2/3 to 14th Street

PATH to 9th Street

Who should attend

Mental health practitioners and students.

Event Website

https://www.cmps.edu/Emotional-Communication

Extras

RSVP Details

cmps@cmps.edu

http://cmps.edu

Register online: https://www.cmps.edu/Emotional-Communication

A list of those who register will be kept instead of issuing tickets.


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