The presenters will discuss curiosity as a primary aspect of the hermeneutic process of psychodynamic psychotherapy. They will offer ideas about curiosity in relation to the unknown, in relation to theory, and in relation to empathy and inquiry with patients and themselves. The curious stance will be highlighted through the use of clinical vignettes
Sarah Goldberg received an MSW from Loyola University, with a specialization in gerontology. She is pursuing a Ph.D. at the Institute for Clinical Social Work and is working on a dissertation about psychoanalysts and retirement. She is in private practice in Chicago.
Joan Servatius, Ph.D. is a faculty member, clinical consultant, and practicum coordinator for the distance program at ICSW. She also maintains a clinical practice where she works with adolescents, adults, and couples. She is interested in clinical process topics and has completed research using the case study method to study perspectives of clinical social workers who are psychodynamic psychotherapists on deepening the treatment.
When & Where
Friday, June 23, 2017
9:00 – 12:00 pm
At ICSW: Downtown Chicago
401 S. State St.
Chicago, IL 60605
Registration & CEUs
Three Continuing Education Credits Available for LSW/LCSWs, LPC/LCPCs, et al.