The 2020 Alan Pollack Psychotherapy Conference on the Nature of the Transference
When a young man with a pattern of self-sabotage and suspicion of authority dares the therapist to hold him accountable yet pulls for leniency (“letting him slide”), how does the therapist respond? In a patient prone to all-or-nothing thinking with conflicts over dependency and vulnerability, how does the therapist find a middle ground between punitive rigidity and excessive accommodation?
Training Open House
Join us to meet and talk with students and faculty who share your clinical intersts. There will be information about all of our psychotherapy and psychoanalytic training programs, including scholarship assistance, and plenty of time for your questions. Come and experience our active community, tour our building and library and learn about our clinical training for all levels of experience.
Approaches to Integration in Psychoanalytic Theory and Practice
Pluralism has troubled the field of psychoanalysis since at least the 1970’s. In fact, this pluralism has probably always existed, ever since Freud first talked about how the mind works. In any case, we now live in an era where psychoanalytic models of the minds abound.
"“Polarity, Paradox and the Organizing Process in Development”; Parent-Infant Psychotherapy and Child Analytic Technique", an article in honor of Louis Sander’s Contributions to Psychoanalytic Theory, Practice, and Research by this month's BPSI author, James M. Herzog. Click the banner to read an excerpt of the content.
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