Programs & Events
Current & Upcoming Events
Medical trauma is detrimental to a child. Yet, this trauma is easily mitigated if a parent discloses the diagnosis in a manner that is developmentally appropriate and empathic.
This presentation explores the analysis of a long-term HIV survivor with an emphasis on time, the distortion of time, the re-emergence of a sense of psychic continuity and with it a hopeful sense of future.
Clinicians working with traumatized families in the child welfare system are exposed to overwhelming stories of intergenerational maltreatment.
Registration is open for entire series, individual sessions opening soon.
Through the use of clinical examples some key findings from child development, neuropsychology and trauma research will be explored in the service of enriching our understanding of and challenging some of our assumptions about the psychodynamic clinical process.
Video Recording: This conference will address the problems that confront patients with neuropsychological impairments, such as ADHD, dyslexia, executive function disorder, and other brain-based disorders.
Video Recording: In recent years, controversy has arisen as to whether the findings of the neuroscience should be integrated into psychoanalytic theory. In this presentation, I propose that such an integration is critical to our understanding of our patients.