Presenter: Theodore Jacobs, MD
Date: Sunday, January 10, 2016
CE Credits: Three (3) CE Credits
This clinical seminar explores the role that secrets play in analytic treatment. Several kinds of secrets are discussed and illustrated, with emphasis placed on those that are shared by patient and analyst but are not openly acknowledged by either. Constituting a covert collusion between patient and analyst, these secrets create an analytic third that exerts a strong influence on the course and outcome of the analytic work.
There will be extensive interaction between the presenter and participants, with an opportunity to discuss one’s clinical work.
FEE: $150 (lunch included)
Pre-registration is required to attend this event.
Seats are limited to 25 SEFAPP Members.
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