by Ellen Klutznick, Psy.D.
INTERVIEWER/RADIO BROADCASTER MICHAEL KRASNY PH.D. IN CONVERSATION WITH TWO PSYCHOANALYSTS
Interviewer: Michael Krasny, Ph.D.
Instructors: Maureen Murphy, Ph.D.; Peter Goldberg, Ph. D.
Location: San Francisco Center for Psychoanalysis, 444 Natoma Street, San Francisco, CA 94103
This course will explore the intersection of patient and therapist/subject and interviewer when the therapy/interview relationship stalls, implodes, or explodes. How do we understand relational k(nots), the ways in which some aspect of the therapy/interview becomes seemingly impenetrable? Who said what to whom, and what was meant? These distressing miscommunications are often the heart of a treatment, can destabilize an interview, and feel excruciating to one or both parties. What is felt to be unspeakable? What unconscious material is being enacted? (3 CE credits available.)
Date: Sunday, January 26, 2014
$50 General Public | $40 NCSPP Full Members
$35 NCSPP Associate Members | $20 NCSPP Student Members | $20 Scholarship Rate
More Info: www.ncspp.org