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The Analyst’s Subjectivity: Challenges to Self-Care

  • 03/09/2013
  • 8:30 AM - 12:30 PM
  • Memorial Regional Hospital, Aud. A-D, 3501 Johnson Street, Hollywood, Florida 33021


  • Half-Day event rate for current regular and retired members of SEFAPP
  • Employee ID required at the door to receive free rate.
  • Professionals who are not current members of SEFAPP.
  • Half-day events only
  • with copy of current student ID

Fee includes Continental Breakfast.
Registration is closed
This Presentation has been underwritten by The Ernst & Gertrude Ticho Foundation

Presenter: Adrienne Harris, Ph.D.

Presentation Info: Click here to view/print brochure

CE Credits: 3 (three)


After attending this program in full, participants will be able to:

(1)  Have a broad grasp of contemporary work in neuroscience and in analytic theory in the areas of intersubjectivity, and embodiment.

(2)  Have a good grasp on relational models of therapeutic action and transference and countertransference interactions.

(3)  Gain knowledge and some expertise in the study and attunement to difficulties and ruptures in one's own clinical function and consider the role of this knowledge in our analytic communities.

Register by 3/7/13 to avoid $15 at-the-door late fee.  All checks must be received by 3/7/13, or a late fee will be charged at the door.

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