Race in Clinical Space: A Two-part Workshop with Kathy Pogue White, PhD and Jill Salberg, PhD

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Session 2 will be held on September 30 @ 10:30 am - 12:30 pm EDT This seminar attempts to raise awareness of unconscious states of mind around race in clinical work using a variation of the Balint method. This Method utilizes group engagement with a case problem brought by a case holder who describes a […]

Supervision: A Psychoanalytic View

Cleveland Psychoanalytic Center 2460 Fairmount Blvd #312, Cleveland, OH, United States

Both the American Psychological and the American Psychiatric Associations have recently advocated specific courses in supervision for their trainees. Good supervision has been described in terms of specific competences or progressive skill sets, often measured via symptom reduction in the supervisee’s clients. Emphasis has also been put on adapting supervision, like treatment, to areas of […]

The Unobtrusive Relational Analyst: Enactive Engagement and Psychoanalytic Companioning

This Scientific Meeting will address the challenges met when working with patients who cannot “work together” with an analyst, who are not sufficiently able to symbolize and mentalize. We will address both patients who suffer disturbances in the area of self-other definition, continuity and regulation of self, as well as patients who can appear to […]

Psychedelics in an Age of Freud and Pharmacology: What Happened Before, What is Happening Now, Why it Matters

Cleveland Psychoanalytic Center 2460 Fairmount Blvd #312, Cleveland, OH, United States +1 more

Presenter: Anne Harrington, Ph.D. In the 1940s, the drug company Sandoz sponsored a study of LSD at the University of Zurich which came to the conclusion that this was a drug that made normal people temporarily schizophrenic. Sandoz subsequently decided to promote LSD as a research drug for experimental investigations of schizophrenia, and especially its […]

“Observer and Lens of Patient-Analyst Match”

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A Scientific Meeting presented by Judy Kantrowitz, PhD In this presentation, we will consider the importance of an outside observer in clinical work after the end of formal training. This includes but is not limited to the importance of peer supervision, supervision groups where cases can be shared confidentially, and other forms of clinical consultation. […]

Understanding Issues of Dual Roles and Conflicts of Interest in Clinical Practice

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Dr. Judy Kantrowitz presents Understanding Issues of Dual Roles and Conflicts of Interest in Clinical Practice. In this workshop, we will consider the Ethical issues presented by Dual Roles and Conflicts of Interest in clinical practice. Dr. Kantrowitz will come prepared with 3 formal case vignettes for discussion. In addition, she will invite vignettes from […]