How does being a woman take shape in the practice of psychotherapy with children? How do our personal experiences and those of our clients situate us in our work? What are the ways we can make use of ‘normative unconscious’ aspects of experiences to move forward clinically? How do we follow the child and find comfort and understanding in these unknown places?
Using the long term, intensive treatment of a pre-adolescent child with social, emotional, behavioral and learning struggles, we’ll explore these and other essential challenges to the relational process.
Karen Daiter, Ph.D is a psychotherapist & educator working in private practice with children, adolescents and adults. She is on faculty at the Institute for Clinical Social Work and also a clinical consultant for The Juvenile Protection Agency and L’Arche-Chicago. She is a prior Head of School for City Elementary and has also worked in other school setting. Her interests include diverse learners, mind/body integration and the integration of psych-dynamic and developmental issues. She is interested in how systems work.
Lynn McIntyre, PhD. works with individuals ( children through adults ) and couples in her private practice in Chicago and Lake Bluff. As a contractor for the department of Children and Family Services ( DCFS) she provided psychotherapy to children and families as well as conducted forensic assessments in order to determine the “best interest of the child”. She currently is a faculty member at ICSW and has taught at Loyola University and coordinated the Post Masters Fellowship Program for 18 years at Cathedral Counseling Center. Lynn began her clinical work ,with children ,at the Special Education District of Lake County 30 years ago were she provided psychotherapy and psycho-educational assessments to regular education and special education students ages 3 to 21 . Issues encountered included ; learning disabilities, physical disabilities, developmental disorders , attentional problems , emotional and behavioral concerns . Dr. McIntyre’s dissertation “ The Good Enough Couple” is an exploratory study of the potential for emotional growth in the the “ good enough” marriage examined through the Relational model.
When & Where
Friday, July 27, 2018
9:00 – 12:00 pm
At ICSW: Downtown Chicago
401 S. State St.
Chicago, IL 60605
Registration & CEUs
Registration: $50.00 / $40.00 (Full-time student & clinician rate)
Please email Sebastién Beaudet for reduced rate.
THIS EVENT IS AVAILABLE VIA LIVE STREAM – to stream this event, please complete registration and then contact Sebastién Beaudet.
Three Continuing Education Credits Available for LSW/LCSWs, LPC/LCPCs, et al.
The Institute for Clinical Social Work, License # 159-0000152, is an Approved Provider of Continuing Education Credits for the Illinois Department of Federal and Professional Regulation (IDFPR)