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Faculty Lecture Series

Applying Modern Psychoanalysis to Patients Seeking Short-Term Therapy

Psychoanalysts bring their expertise in unconscious motivation and mental development to every clinical encounter. But what happens when patients present with no interest in, or intent to pursue extended long term treatment? This workshop will address ways in which modern psychoanalytic theory and technique can be incorporated into clinical work with parents of children and adolescents, couples therapy, requests for counseling and problem solving therapy, and managed care and insurance limitations.

Friday, January 11, 2013 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm*

Barry Waterson, Psya.D., is a supervisor and instructor at BGSP. He has a private practice in Norwich, VT where he works with individuals, children, couples, families, and consults in the school system.

1.5 CE CREDITS NO CHARGE, RSVP

* For those interested there will be an Informational Open House at 6:00 pm.

Objectives

Participants will:

Analyze modern psychoanlytic understanding of a brief treatment case.