Summer Intensive Curriculum
MASTER CLINICIANS OF THE WILLIAM ALANSON WHITE INSTITUTE
June 17 - 21, 2013
New York City
Five master clinicians, offering five vantage points on conducting psychoanalysis, psychoanalytic psychotherapy, and couple therapy from a contemporary Interpersonal/Relational perspective, will utilize live supervision to illustrate the ways they work and think about clinical process. During this week-long program, participants will have the opportunity to spend three hours each morning learning from one of the clinicians and observing work with a supervisee. Lunch will be provided to all participants on the first and last days of the program. Afternoons will be free for students to explore the riches of New York City or to return to their work settings.
Monday, June 17, 9:30-12:30
Sandra Buechler, Ph.D.
Sandra Buechler, Ph.D. is Training & Supervising Analyst, William Alanson White Institute. Author of Clinical Values: Emotions that Guide Psychoanalytic Treatment, (Analytic Press, 2004), Making a Difference in Patients' Lives: Emotional Experience in the Therapeutic Setting (Routledge, 2008) and Still Practicing: The Heartaches and Joys of a Clinical Career, (Routledge, 2012).
Tuesday, June 18, 9:30-12:30
Darlene Ehrenberg, Ph.D.
Darlene Bregman Ehrenberg, Ph.D., ABPP, Author, The Intimate Edge: Extending The Reach Of Psychoanalytic Interaction (W.W. Norton and Company, Inc., 1992); Training & Supervising Analyst, Faculty, William Alanson White Institute; Supervising Analyst, Adjunct Clinical Associate Professor, at NYU Postdoctoral Program; Faculty, Mitchell Center for Psychoanalysis; Editorial Board of Contemporary Psychoanalysis, Associate Editor, Psychoanalytic Dialogues, Consulting Editor, Psychoanalytic Inquiry. She lectures around the world and is currently working on two new books, one on intergenerational transmission of trauma, and the other focusing on issues of desire and therapeutic action.
Wednesday, June 19, 9:30-12:30
Jay Greenberg, Ph.D.
Jay Greenberg, Ph.D. is Training and Supervising Analyst, William Alanson White Institute; Editor, The Psychoanalytic Quarterly; former Editor for North America, International Journal of Psychoanalysis; former Editor, Contemporary Psychoanalysis. Co-author with Stephen Mitchell, Object Relations in Psychoanalytic Theory; author, Oedipus and Beyond: A Clinical Theory.
Thursday, June 20, 9:30-12:30
Shelly Goldklank, Ph.D.
Shelly Goldklank, Ph.D. is Teaching and Supervising Faculty, William Alanson White Institute; Director of the Psychodynamic Track and Associate Professor, Ferkauf Graduate School of Psychology, Yeshiva University; Associate Editor, Contemporary Psychoanalysis; and a founding member of Section VIII, Division 39, APA (Couple and Family Therapy and Psychoanalysis). Dr. Goldklank has been treating individuals, couples, and families for four decades and teaching, writing, and speaking about psychoanalytic/systemic couple and family therapy for thirty years.
Friday, June 21, 9:30-12:30
Edgar Levenson, M.D.
Edgar A. Levenson, M.D. Training & Supervising Analyst, W.A. White Institute; Adjunct Clinical Professor of Psychology, NYU Postdoctoral Program; Author of numerous articles and the books: The Fallacy of Understanding, (1979); The Ambiguity of Change: An Inquiry into the Nature of Psychoanalytic Reality (1983) and The Purloined Self: Interpersonal Perspective in Psychoanalysis (1991). He was the 2006 recipient of the Mary S. Sigourney Award recognizing distinguished contributions to the field of psychoanalysis.
For interested professionals: U.S. $500 before May 15th; U.S. $550 subsequently
For documented students/candidates: U.S. $300 before May 15th; U.S. $350 subsequently
Space is limited, Register Online Now to reserve your spot!
Contact Diane Amato at:
212-873-0725, ext. 20
Learning Objectives for 2013 Summer Intensive
Participants will be able:
- Identify ways of inspiring hope, curiosity, courage and a sense of purpose in patients and in ourselves.
- Demonstrate and identify the values that guide clinical work.
- Demonstrate ways of making a difference in patient's lives, using psychoanalytic psychotherapy.
- Observe demonstration of psychoanalytic supervisory techniques and theory.
- Utilize transference and countertransference dynamics during supervision of psychoanalysis and psychoanalytic psychotherapy.
- List key elements that characterize Interpersonal/Relational psychoanalytic theory and technique.
- Observe the nature of the analyst's participation in psychoanalytic process.
- Demonstrate and discuss convergences and divergences in the Interpersonal and Relational approaches to psychoanalysis, using clinical material.
- Discuss theories of therapeutic action.
- Describe the importance of and explain a way to assess how both partners in a couple co - construct the problem between them.
- Create a genogram that links the co-constructed problems to both partners' family histories.
- Discuss the unconscious contract between the partners as self - and as other - protection.
- Discuss the inevitability of the analyst's participation in the process
- Describe how what's talked about is enacted between the analyst and patient
- Discuss the importance of the detailed inquiry in deconstructing the patient's narrative for therapeutic use