SURVIVING THE MADNESS: THE PSYCHODYNAMICS OF BECOMING A PSYCHOTHERAPIST
What doesn't make you mad makes you a psychotherapist ...
Becoming a psychotherapist is typically a turbulent process and NCSPP's Education Committee is offering a forum for considering that rocky road most of us traverse. Identity change and growth, related strains in one's personal and professional life, and the meaning of common internship and supervision experiences, are just several topics on the table. Four clinicians - at the beginning, middle, and end of their training as psychologists - will share experience-derived insights while seasoned psychoanalytic clinician, Melissa Holub, and psychoanalyst and graduate school professor, Sam Gerson, will respond and present their unique views about the developmental process of becoming a psychotherapist. Please come and join in this very important discussion!
Saturday, October 4, 2008 at the California Pacific Medical Center in San Francisco.
1 PM to 5 PM
See www.ncspp.org for more details!