Programs & Events
Current & Upcoming Events
What does it mean to be “therapeutic”? What are the unique characteristics and attitudes that shape a therapeutic experience, whether it be a single meeting or a longer term clinical process?
The presenters will discuss curiosity as a primary aspect of the hermeneutic process of psychodynamic psychotherapy.
In this workshop we will discuss how a psychotherapist’s sense of personal and political freedom intersects with the clinical encounter.
In this presentation we will explore the historical context of empathy both as a means of information gathering and as a crucial aspect of clinical social work practice.
This seminar will serve as an exploration of the variety of ways that play can be useful in clinical work with both children and adults.
The most basic task of the psychotherapist who is psychodynamically oriented is to listen in sessions.
As a psychotherapist, one is called upon to develop a clinical stance that is open, honest, discerning, and many other things.
This summer series explores courage: how to stand in the spaces that scare us and find ways to act in the face of profound pain or fear.
Emotional growth and transformation is formidable, requiring an openness and a surrender (in the patient and therapist alike) to suffering.
This presentation focuses on the space in between creation and discovery in the therapeutic endeavor.