On Becoming A Competent Psychoanalytically Oriented Supervisor
Through lectures, exercises, shared clinical vignettes, and discussion this course will examine the supervisory process. The course will provide a developmental psychoanalytic framework for conceptualizing supervision by utilizing such concepts as mutuality, multiple self-organization and co—transference, as well as drawing from psychotherapy outcome research. It will identify stages in the development of a therapist and facilitate a process of self-examination among participants to better understand what they bring to the supervisory relationship. It will detail competencies that constitute doing effective psychoanalytic therapy and effective supervision.
Case-Focused Group Consultation
Connected Dreaming is a way for individuals to come together to share, explore, experience, and play with dreams. We have adapted the work of Gordon Lawrence, an English Psychoanalyst, who developed Social Dreaming in England in the 1980’s and Stephen Aizenstat who developed Dream Tending. We call our approach Connected Dreaming.