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The Twin factors of Transference and Resistance in Davanloo’s Intensive Short-Term Dynamic Psychotherapy with John Rathauser (Amsterdam 2019)
A fundamental aspect of Davanloo’s technique of unlocking the unconscious, is that complex transference feelings and access to guilt are optimized by putting “pressure” and “challenge” to feelings that are generated in relationship to the therapist. The primary factors that influence the permanence of change achieved during treatment are the degree of the resistance and the extent of the TCR (transference component of the resistance). An array of clinical cases will be reviewed to demonstrate these core principles of Davanloo’s IS-TDP, in order to help clinicians conceptualize:…Find out more »
Working with Front Door and Cellar Door Defenses: Identification and Obedience to Introjected Dictates of Former Caretakers Presented by: Josette ten Have-de Labije, PsyD and Robert J. Neborsky, MD No psychotherapy will be successful when patient and therapist have no working alliance and when the patient has no observing, or no attentive ego. As most of our patients present themselves with high superego pathology and low ego adaptive capacity, their observing ego is low or even absent and their defenses…Find out more »
Learn the Foundational Elements of EDT and Discover Your Path Toward Mastery with Michael Alpert and Kristin Osborn
Michael Alpert, co-founder of the IEDTA, and Kristin Osborn, past president, offer this workshop to teach the foundational elements of EDT and share new techniques and theory. This highly interactive workshop will help you understand yourself and your work with your clients. You will have the opportunity to participate through role-plays, case consultations, live and video demonstrations. You will learn how to use Malan's Two Triangles for assessment and interventions, as well as, a new triangle, the Triangle of Self. …Find out more »
Psych Garden and BOLD Health will be offering a pre-conference workshop on September 25th. Continuing education credits for physicians, psychologists, social workers and licensed mental health care workers are pending and expected. Working with addictions is some of the most challenging work in the field of mental health. It requires that clinicians balance flexibility, empathy, expertise, and a wide range of techniques. This workshop will demonstrate how to integrate experiential dynamic therapies into addictions treatment. Jonathan Entis, PhD, Mark Green, MD, Kristy Lamb,…Find out more »