Seminars

Seminar with Walter McGerry

Reflecting on the human condition and the mysteries of the human soul has been my lifelong career. This was my role in my extended and nuclear family. My best friend's mother called me 'the little priest' when I was 7. I could easily have entered religious life.

Clinical Seminar with Bill Etnyre

Clinical Seminars are offered each year by seasoned NWAPS clinicians who talk about the course of their work, highlighting struggles, successes and growth over the course of their careers with clinical material and case examples.

Following Ariadne’s Thread with Bev Osband (Meeting Three)

Looking back over the serpentine path that carried me from degrees in biology and anatomy, through nursing and on to counseling psychology followed by a second doctorate in clinical and depth psychology and finally psychoanalytic training, I know that nothing we do across our life-span is without value. Clearly I didn’t set out to become a psychoanalyst, but the universe took me there nevertheless.

Following Ariadne’s Thread with Bev Osband (Meeting Two)

Looking back over the serpentine path that carried me from degrees in biology and anatomy, through nursing and on to counseling psychology followed by a second doctorate in clinical and depth psychology and finally psychoanalytic training, I know that nothing we do across our life-span is without value. Clearly I didn’t set out to become a psychoanalyst, but the universe took me there nevertheless.

Following Ariadne’s Thread with Bev Osband (Meeting One)

Looking back over the serpentine path that carried me from degrees in biology and anatomy, through nursing and on to counseling psychology followed by a second doctorate in clinical and depth psychology and finally psychoanalytic training, I know that nothing we do across our life-span is without value. Clearly I didn’t set out to become a psychoanalyst, but the universe took me there nevertheless.

Pathological Accommodation and Trauma: How patients with trauma histories will pathologically accommodate in the treatment room and in their other relationships

We will be reading the book, Toward an Emancipatory Psychoanalysis: Brandchaft's Intersubjective Vision. Exploring and interpreting patterns of pathological accommodation is considered an important component of any successful trauma treatment in order to move the patient from a pattern of acquiescence and accommodation to assertiveness and individuality. We will integrate pathological accommodation patterns with projective identification and learn how to intervene accordingly in order to move the treatment.

Three Fridays: January 15, 22, 29

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