9:00 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. A DISCUSSION OF CURRENT PERSPECTIVES ON CLINICAL PRACTICE FROM AN INTERSUBJECTIVE VIEWPOINT
Instructor: Kim Thompson, Ph.D., LISW, Social Worker
This workshop will examine the development of intersubjective thought in the clinical relationship. The contributions of Orange & Stolorow, Beebe, Bromberg, Mitchell, Benjamin, Davies, Ogden and others will be discussed. Key concepts such as enactment, recognition, the third, disclosure, and impasse in the clinical relationship will be discussed. Case material will be used to enhance learning. Come ready to participate.
1. Participants will acquire a beginning knowledge of current theoretical perspectives on intersubjectivity in the clinical situation.
2. Participants will deepen their understanding of the complex uses of self in practice with a range of individuals.
3. Participants will extend their understanding of self and others in the clinical context using an intersubjective approach in relation to race, class, gender, sexual orientation and the many other factors that shape our sense of self and the way we experience ourselves with others.
4. Participants will develop their intuitions about the intersubjective situation as it emerges and changes in practice, with an appreciation for the opportunities that dilemmas, ambiguities, enactments, and impasses present for our work.
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Member registrants & 3 CEU’s $ 90.00
Non-member registrants & 3 CEU’s $ 105.00
Students w/ID $ 30.00
Held at: Cleveland Psychoanalytic Center
2460 Fairmount Blvd,, Suite 312
Cleveland Hts., OH 44106