Dr. Sue Grand is faculty and supervisor at the NYU Postdoctoral Program in Psychoanalysis.
On behalf of the Alliance and the Seattle School of Theology & Psychology, we regret to announce that Dr. Annie Rogers will no longer be able to be with us for the Relational Perspectives Lecture Series on September 16, 2016, due to unexpected health concerns. Her work has had a profound impact on our community and her presence will be greatly missed. We hope to reschedule her as soon as she is able, and we wish her the very best.
This seminar is devoted to examining the intrapsychic and interpersonal injuries that shape one's character and sense of well-being over the arc of a person's life from childhood to old age.
This 2 day conference is co-sponsored by the Puget Sound Group Psychotherapy Network and the Northwest Alliance for Psychoanalytic Study.
Eating disorders present particular treatment challenges to clinicians in how they engage with and welcome bodies – their patients and their own – into the therapeutic dialogue. Interpersonal treatment with patients struggling with eating disorders involves an ongoing complicated negotiation. This negotiation is between attending to the direct intervention of the symptom while simultaneously stepping away from the pull to do so.
The Northwest Alliance for Psychoanalytic Study with co-sponsorhip from the Northwestern Psychoanalytic Society & Institute present a two-day workshop with Training and Supervising Analyst Joseph Aguayo.
On February 5 and 6, 2016 the Alliance and the Northwestern Psychoanalytic Society and Institute (NPSI) will be co-sponsoring a workshop featuring training and supervising analyst Dr. Joseph Aguayo, PhD, FIPA (Psychoanalytic Center of California). On Friday evening he will be speaking on "Winnicott and Bion: Irreconcilable Differences?". On Saturday he will chair a panel presentation on "Bion's Italian Seminars: Facilitating and Learning from the Group Experience". In preparation for this event NPSI is offering four pre-event classes featuring three seminal papers by D. W.