Networking Event (Free to Mental Health Community)

An Analyst’s Transformation through an Intersubjective Dyadic Experience

Dr. de Pottel will present a case that illustrates how she deepened her knowledge and connection to intersubjective theory/technique. Her professional growth facilitated her ability to be within the intersubjective dyad while experiencing overwhelming anxiety. Out of this intensity, a primitively felt, but not yet verbal, power struggle emerged within the dyad: analyst and patient struggled with felt-to-be unacceptable aggressive aspects of themselves. The author will share rich clinical material that shows the patient’s emerging transformation and will address the analyst's transformation, as well.

 

When

Friday, April 21, 2017 - 7:00pm to 9:00pm
Special Networking Opportunity for ICP & SDPC Colleagues from 7:00—7:30 pm

Where

SDPC

18584543102(voice)
4455 Morena Blvd., Ste 202
San Diego, CA 92117
United States
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CEUs

2

Cost

FREE
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Educational Objective(s)

  • Understand how the Analyst/Therapist can be transformed during a patient’s treatment
  • Learn to tolerate difficult emotions and transform them into useful interventions for the patient
  • Integrate new and different theoretical perspectives best suited for the patient’s treatment

Presenter Information

Caroline de Pottel , Ph.D., LCSW, is a Training and Supervising Analyst at SDPC where she is currently serving as Co-Director of Training and Education.  She has presented papers at numerous conferences nationally and internationally

 

Discussant:

Sanford Shapiro, M.D. is the author of Talking With Patients -- A Self Psychological View. He is a training and supervising analyst at SDPC, at the Newport Psychoanalytic Institute, and at the Institute of Contemporary Psychoanalysis, Los Angeles.