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What Just Happened? Standing in the Work of Philip M. Bromberg

Date: 26 2022 09:00

 

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ABOUT THIS CONFERENCE

 

Philip M. Bromberg, PhD, 1932-2020

by Jean Petrucelli, PhD, Chair of the Conference Advisory Board

 

Philip M. Bromberg, PhD, was an extraordinary thinker, clinician, and teacher who awakened the dreamer and more in many of us. His ideas continue to be among the most influential bodies of work written by any interpersonal/relational analyst. His teachings, supervisions, and writings collectively speak to his belief in profound affective possibilities for human relatedness as he believed that the truth sets us free. His use of poetry and literature gave visceral effect to his clinical ingenuity. Philip believed that the nature of any analytic relationship with any patient involves trauma and dissociation as an inherent part of it and that self-states become shaped around different kinds of experiences with different people. 

 

This conference consists of four panels that will highlight varied aspects of Philip M. Bromberg’s contributions to interpersonal-relational theory and our clinical work. We will illustrate and speak to the meaningful, significant, and sometimes controversial, contributions he has bestowed upon us, and with collective gratitude for how his influence remains. 

 

 

CONFERENCE PRESENTERS:

Robert Bosnak, PhD; Max Cavitch, PhD; Velleda Ceccoli, PhD; Richard A. Chefetz, MD; Elizabeth Halsted, PhD; Adrienne Harris, PhD; Anita Herron, PhD; Elizabeth Howell, PhD; Ruth Imber, PhD; Shelly Itzkowitz, PhD; Richard Kluft, MD; Emily Kuriloff, PsyD; Aries Liao, PhD; Suzanne Little, PhD;  Gianni Nebbiosi, PhD; Jean Petrucelli, PhD; Maggie Robbins, MPS, LP; Susan Sands, PhD; Jonathan Shedler, PhD; Donnel B. Stern, PhD; Cleonie White, PhD

 

 

Important Notes:

 

7 CE or CME Credits are available for attendance to this conference in its entirety. 

 

All conference times listed are Eastern Standard Time. 

 

Registration fees cover entry to both half-days. (Sorry but there is no half-priced admission.) This event is a virtual conference offered in two half-days.

 

Early Registration pricing is available through Labor Day, September 6th, as follows:

Professionals $175

Candidates and Students: $75

 

Starting Tuesday, September 7th:

Professionals $215

Candidates and Students $75

 

 

This is a Conference Advisory Board (CAB) Presentation. For this event, the subcommittee members are: Jean Petrucelli, PhD, Chair of the CAB;  Velleda Ceccoli, PhD (Guest member), Elizabeth Halsted, PhD; Emily Kuriloff, PsyD, Aries Liao, PhD, Shelly Itzkowitz, PhD, and Cleonie White, PhD. 

 

For Conference details and information, including each day's schedule and all Speaker information, download the Conference program here.

 

 

Learning Objectives for this Conference

 

1)  Participants will be able to explain Dr. Bromberg's view that every creative activity — be it poetry, music, art, literature, and including psychotherapy, is mediated by an Interpersonal learning process that evolves perceptually for both partners, the participant and the observer. 

 

2)  Participants will be able to describe the “felt” and “implicit” as areas of knowing, inherent in the psychoanalytic situation and to recognize them as important sources of clinical information.

 

3)  Participants will discuss how the supervisory process of Dr. Bromberg's unique teaching methods informed his practice of psychoanalysis. 

 

4)  Participants will explain how Dr. Bromberg helped supervisees develop their own unique, creative ways of working, and how to use the element of surprise to help move the treatment forward. 

 

5) Participants will explore the ways that Dr. Bromberg facilitated the growth of supervisees, personally and clinically, through the supervisory process. 

 

6) Participants will explore the theoretical understanding of how thinking in terms of "self-states" and "linking parts," without re-traumatizing the patient, is a useful clinical model.

 

7) Participants will identify the interpersonal and relational roots, respectively, of Bromberg's theory and psychoanalytic praxis. 

 

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This activity has been planned and implemented in accordance with the accreditation requirements and policies of the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME) through the joint providership of American Psychoanalytic Association and the William Alanson White Institute. The American Psychoanalytic Association is accredited by the ACCME to provide continuing medical education for physicians.”

 

The American Psychoanalytic Association designates this Live Activity for a maximum of  7 [AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)™. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity. 

 

IMPORTANT DISCLOSURE INFORMATION FOR ALL LEARNERS: None of the planners and presenters for this educational activity have relevant financial relationship(s)* to disclose with ineligible companies* whose primary business is producing, marketing, selling, re-selling, or distributing healthcare products used by or on patients.

 

*Financial relationships are relevant if the educational content an individual can control is related to the business lines or products of the ineligible company.

 

 

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