Expanding Self and Relational Capacities: Psychoanalysis as a Developmental Process


This program was offered on Saturday, February 28, 2015 from 9:00 am to 12:30 pm
National 4-H Center
7100 Connecticut Avenue
Chevy Chase, MD 20815


 

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Sandra Hershberg, MD. Expanding Self and Relational Capacities, Feb. 28, 2015

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Elizabeth Carr, APRN, MSN, BC. Expanding Self and Relational Capacities, Feb. 28, 2015

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Rosemary Segalla, PhD addresses the group. Expanding Self and Relational Capacities, Feb. 28, 2015

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Sandra Hershberg, MD, Marie Hellinger, MSW, LICSW, Elizabeth Carr, APRN, MSN, BC, and Monica Leonie Callahan, PhD at the podium. Expanding Self and Relational Capacities, Feb. 28, 2015

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Diane Schank, PhD addresses the group. Expanding Self and Relational Capacities, Feb. 28, 2015

This conference will reflect on psychoanalytic clinical processes from the viewpoint of restoring and enhancing patients’ developmental capacities in the dual areas of self-experience and relational experience. The ICP+P Psychoanalytic Training Program is pleased to announce the two papers selected to be presented at the conference:


PAPER  –  Surviving My Countertransference:  A Case of Mutual Transformation
by Monica Leonie Callahan, PhD
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Discussion by Elizabeth Carr, APRN, MSN, BC
ICP+P Director Emeritus


PAPER  –  Leaning into the Pain: The Analyst’s Subjectivity and Developmental Transformation
by Marie Hellinger, MSW, LICSW
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Discussion by Sandra Hershberg, MD
Chair of the Psychoanalytic Training Program


In the first hour and a half, each paper selected for the conference will be accompanied by an individual discussion and large group discussion. In the second half of the morning, participants will break into small groups led by graduates and faculty members from the ICP+P Psychoanalytic Training Program to reflect on the presentations in greater depth. In the last segment, we will come back together for sharing the range of responses from the small group discussions and thinking together as a large group.

From the presentations and related discussions, participants will be able to:

  1.  Identify how the clinical engagement and clinical responsiveness enhanced at least one aspect of the patients’ developmental capacities.
  2. Identify at least one area of personal vulnerability in the presenters’ emotional responses to their patients and describe how they addressed their subjective responses within themselves and with their patients.

Based on attendance in small group discussion, participants will be able to:

  1. Reflect on how therapists’ emotional responsiveness to their patients can support or impede the developmental processes of psychoanalytic therapy.
  2. Identify at least one area of personal vulnerability that has come up in their own clinical interactions and reflect on how to manage their own subjective responses.
  3. State that, “I had the opportunity to ask questions about the presented material.”

This conference is intended for professionals at all levels of experience.

Monica Leonie Callahan, PhD is a graduate of ICP+P’s Psychoanalytic Training Program. She is a faculty member of the ICP+P Psychoanalytic Training Program. She is a member of the Steering Committee and a faculty member of the ICP+P CAPP Training Program.

Marie Hellinger, MSW, LICSW, ICP+P Founding Member, is a member of the Executive Committee of the ICP+P Psychoanalytic Training Program. She is a faculty member of the ICP+P Psychoanalytic Training Program and the CAPP Training Program.

Sandra Hershberg, MD, ICP+P Founding Member, is Chair of the ICP+P Psychoanalytic Training Program. She is a Training & Supervising Analyst, Washington Center for Psychoanalysis.

Elizabeth Carr, APRN, MSN, BC, ICP+P Founding Member and Director Emeritus, is a faculty member of the ICP+P Psychoanalytic Training Program and the CAPP Training Program. She is Associate Editor of Psychoanalytic Inquiry.

Continuing Education Credit

3.0 CE credits available for full attendance.  The Institute of Contemporary Psychotherapy and Psychoanalysis (ICP+P) maintains responsibility for this program and its content. ICP+P is approved by the American Psychological Association to sponsor continuing education for psychologists. ICP+P is approved by the Maryland Board of Social Work Examiners to offer Category I continuing education credit. Because ICP+P has approval from the Maryland Board, CE credit hours awarded by ICP+P may also be claimed by social workers licensed in Virginia and the District of Columbia. These continuing education credits meet the ANCC approval standards for nurses and the approved standards for marriage and family therapists. Attendees from the above professional groups will earn 3.0 CE credits for attending the conference. Full attendance is required to receive the designated CE credit. ICP+P is accredited by MedChi, the Maryland State Medical Society to provide continuing medical education for physicians. ICP+P designates this educational activity for a maximum of 3.0 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s). Physicians should only claim credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.

* Monica Leonie Callahan, PhD, Elizabeth Carr, APRN, MSN, BC, Marie Hellinger, MSW, LICSW, Sandra Hershberg, MD have informed us that they do not have a conflict of interest and have disclosed that they have no relevant financial relationships with any commercial interests pertaining to this educational activity. Additionally, the presenters have been instructed to disclose any limitations of data and unlabeled or investigational uses of products during this presentation. This presentation will not contain any references to off-label (non-FDA-approved) use of products or devices.

Registration and fees

Fees:  Free for ICP+P members, $90 for non-members, $35 for students