Psychoanalytic Student Seminars 2012 - 2013
SFCP offers these student seminars as a community service intended to supplement local training with psychoanalytic clinical instruction. The courses are offered free of charge to psychiatry residents and fellows, and to pre-doctoral and post-doctoral psychology, clinical social work, and MFT interns. All courses are offered Thursday evenings, 6:30 to 8:00PM.
To register, please call Aaron Chow, SFCP Extension Division Coordinator, at (415) 563-5815. If you would like more information about these seminars, please call Michael Loughran, Ph.D., Peninsula Chair of Student Outreach, at (650) 323-3049. Once you register, you will be called two weeks prior to class to coordinate getting the readings.
The seminars below will meet at Stanford in the Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences Building at 401 Quarry Road in Room 1211 (first floor).
|Title:||Understanding the patient's experience of the emotional connection with others, including the therapist: Moving towards and moving away|
|Date:||Thursdays, April 4, 11, 18, 25, 2013|
|Time:||06:30pm - 08:00pm|
|Instructor:||Mark Snyder, M.D.|
Stanford University's Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences Building
Room 1211 (first floor)
401 Quarry Road
Stanford, CA 94304
Through the seminal contributions of Dan Stern, Margaret Mahler, Anna Freud, and Erik Erikson, in this seminar we will specifically focus on understanding the patient’s complicated reactions to the emotional relationship with others. Special attention will be paid to the central importance of the patient’s need, involving meanings linked to body and mind, to move away to regulate safety and autonomy. Seminar members will be encouraged to present case material to illustrate the importance of containing and finding meaning in these movements outside and within the treatment relationship.
Mark Snyder, M.D., Member, SFCP; Private Practice, San Jose.