Advances in Relational Psychotherapy

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With Module Speaker:
Dr Neil AltmanShoshi AsheriDr Jessica BenjaminDr Doris BrothersRoz CarrollDr Muriel DimenProfessor Maria GilbertDr Adrienne HarrisDr Nancy McWilliamsJeremy SaffranProfessor Andrew SamuelsDr Donnel SternDr David J. Wallin

  • This online resource provides a unique package of lectures and presentations by the speakers below, supported by notes, captions and diagrams
  • This content is available 24/7 for 1 year per subscription
  • The literature has been studied in order to offer a reliably researched, hyperlinked bibliography

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FEES

Self-funded:
$265

Organizationally-funded:
$280

Institutional account (4 or more):
$135 per user

Teaching license (10 or more):
$85 per student

Test and Certificate of Attendance:
$50

CE

A certificate of attendance may be applied for 21 hours CE on the basis of passing a multiple choice questionnaire. $50

MODULE
INCLUDES

  • Supporting notes, slides or references
  • Bibliography linked to relevant articles and books
  • Additional resources relating to each speaker
  • discussion forum
  • A Certificate of Attendance through which you can acquire up to 21 hours CE on the basis of a multiple choice questionnaire assessing your knowledge of the module (additional $50)

LEARNING OBJECTIVES

  1. To be able describe the 2 concepts of ‘an intersubjective process’ and ‘co-creation of meaning’
  2. To be able to discuss and problematize the value of egalitarianism in relational psychotherapy
  3. To be able outline how relational psychoanalyzis grew out of earlier therapeutic schools of thought, and cite a minimum of 2 examples
  4. To be able to evaluate the work of at least 3 major relational theorizts’ understanding of impasses, and ruptures in the therapeutic relationship
  5. To be able to evaluate the extent to which an understanding of past relational trauma provides access to a patient’s behavior in therapy, and outline 2 examples of this
  6. To be able to consider the extent to which enactments between therapist and patient may be influenced by the therapist’s own relational history, and relate this idea to 2 examples from your own clinical experience
  7. To be able to describe and discuss the key relational concept of “The Third” that was developed by Jessica Benjamin
  8. To be able to discuss how Relational psychoanalyzis may have grown out of the radical movements of the 1960s and 1970s.

STUDY GUIDES

Study guides

  • Relational Spaces, Institutions and Professional Groupings
  • Relational psychoanalyzis – a theoretical summary
  • Ten Seminal Papers in Relational psychoanalyzis
  • Glossary of Relational Concepts
  • Bibliography

Papers

  • Stephen Seligman D.M.H. – Paying Attention and Feeling Puzzled: The Analytic Mindset as an Agent of Therapeutic Change
  • Steven H. Cooper, Ph.D. – The Things We Carry: Finding/Creating the Object and the Analyst’s Self-Reflective Participation
  • Ken Corbett Ph.D. – The Analyst’s Private Space: Spontaneity, Ritual, Psychotherapeutic Action, and Self-Care
  • Muriel Dimen Ph.D. – Inside the Revolution: Power, Sex, and Technique in Freud’s “‘ild’ Analysis”
  • Virginia Goldner Ph.D. – Romantic Bonds, Binds, and Ruptures: Couples on the Brink
  • Arietta Slade Ph.D. – Imagining Fear: Attachment, Threat, and Psychic Experience