Special Clinical Conference – On Working with Suicidal Patients
For Trainees and Early Career Clinicians
The BPSI Training Outreach Committee is very pleased to invite all trainees, early career clinicians, and those interested in psychoanalytic training and ideas to a special clinical conference. Working with suicidal patients is one of the greatest challenges that we face as psychotherapists. At the morning program, the many contributions of John T. (Terry) Maltsberger to the understanding of suicidal patients will be discussed. Subsequently, Mark Schechter, MD and Benjamin Herbstman, MD will continue the discussion about psychotherapy and suicide, and respond to your questions and comments. In particular, they will discuss the importance of careful assessment, attunement to the patient’s subjective experience, and attention to countertransference feelings. In addition, there will be opportunity to talk about inspiring hope in patients who struggle with whether life is worth living. Stephanie Schechter, PsyD will moderate the program.
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