Sat October 31, 2020

Fall Symposium: Radical Openness of Psychoanalytic Coparticipation

at Online (9:00 AM)
October 31, 2020, 9am-3pm

The Psychotherapy Institute is pleased to host Anton Hart, PhD as our featured speaker for our Fall Symposium "Radical Openness, Otherness, and the Ethical Aspects of the Psychoanalytic Psychotherapist's Coparticipation with Anton Hart" exploring radical openness in a clinical setting. In this workshop, Hart discusses how the practice of "radical openness," a dispositional stance that requires the analyst to take the analysand's experiences and formulations in relation to the analyst to heart, creates space for truths that may extend beyond the analyst's tolerable awareness. Hart shares additional thoughts on how the concept of transference may prevent analysts from being fully open to the truths contained in the analysand's experience. The discussion will include the implications of radical openness and transference as self-protective edifice for both general psychoanalytic technique and specifically for addressing issues of diversity and otherness in the clinical situation. Following an interactive conceptual presentation, there will be an experiential exercise in which registrants have an opportunity to apply the concept of radical openness to their work with patients.

Anton Hart, PhD, FABP, serves on the faculty of the William Alanson White Institute in New York City and teaches at many other notable programs. He is a member of the Editorial Boards of the journals "Psychoanalytic Psychology" and "Contemporary Psychoanalysis."

This course will be held virtually over Zoom. CE units are available.

$120 - $200 (discounts for members).

Presented by The Psychotherapy Institute.
October 31, 2020, 9am-3pm

The Psychotherapy Institute is pleased to host Anton Hart, PhD as our featured speaker for our Fall Symposium "Radical Openness, Otherness, and the Ethical Aspects of the Psychoanalytic Psychotherapist's Coparticipation with Anton Hart" exploring radical openness in a clinical setting. In this workshop, Hart discusses how the practice of "radical openness," a dispositional stance that requires the analyst to take the analysand's experiences and formulations in relation to the analyst to heart, creates space for truths that may extend beyond the analyst's tolerable awareness. Hart shares additional thoughts on how the concept of transference may prevent analysts from being fully open to the truths contained in the analysand's experience. The discussion will include the implications of radical openness and transference as self-protective edifice for both general psychoanalytic technique and specifically for addressing issues of diversity and otherness in the clinical situation. Following an interactive conceptual presentation, there will be an experiential exercise in which registrants have an opportunity to apply the concept of radical openness to their work with patients.

Anton Hart, PhD, FABP, serves on the faculty of the William Alanson White Institute in New York City and teaches at many other notable programs. He is a member of the Editorial Boards of the journals "Psychoanalytic Psychology" and "Contemporary Psychoanalysis."

This course will be held virtually over Zoom. CE units are available.

$120 - $200 (discounts for members).

Presented by The Psychotherapy Institute.
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