Upcoming Courses & Events
In this panel discussion, three clinicians, Lee Slome, Megan Rundel and Kirsten Beuthin will use their experience on each topic to expand upon the literature and answer the clinical and existential questions that can preoccupy the minds of the analyst and analysand.
Sensory interactions between client and therapist can be key to comprehending emotional and psychic experience. Recent attention has been given in the analytic literature to bodily states, including the impact of the therapist’s bodily condition on the treatment.
Join us for a happy hour extravaganza! This is a great chance to mingle with colleagues who are in various stages of their career and talk about classes, internships, professional life, home brew, Cthulhu, or whatever else strikes your fancy.
An “open secret in our world,” wrote philosopher Stanley Cavell, “is that we do not know what legitimizes either divorce or marriage.” As psychotherapists, we seek to help people sort out dilemmas of sustained commitment, while sharing in the prevailing cultural uncertainty.