By sharing their clinical experiences, the speakers will examine the state of Otherness which is at times socio-cultural or historical, but always interpersonal.
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Thursday, September 12, 2019
The 2019 Fall Academic Lecture
The category of the Other is as ancient as consciousness itself. In the earliest mythologies, and throughout the evolution of philosophical discourse, one finds the expression of a duality – that of the Self and the Other. Despite the enduring nature of this dichotomy, we wonder how we can face the knowledge that there are foreign aspects to ourselves that we find in the Otherness of our patients. The presentations by the four speakers on the panel will explore the sense of Otherness and the complexity of clinical phenomena that emerge from that state of being. Otherness can reside in either patient or therapist, but it always affects and informs each participant. By sharing their clinical experiences, the speakers will examine this state which is at times socio-cultural or historical, but always interpersonal.
Janet English, PhD (Panelist) Faculty, BPSI. Private Practice, Boston, MA.
Milay Lemos, LMHC (Panelist) First-Year Candidate, Post-Seminar ATP Student, BPSI; Licensed Mental Health Counselor, Lynn Community Health Center. Private Practice, Cambridge, MA.
Stephanie Schechter, PsyD (Panelist) Faculty, BPSI. Private Practice, Cambridge, MA.
Brad Schattuck, DO (Panelist) Third-Year Candidate, BPSI; Clinical Supervisor to Triple Board Program, Tufts Medical Center. Private Practice, Boston, MA.
Jane Hanenberg, EdD (Moderator) Training and Supervising Analyst, BPSI. Private Practice in Watertown, MA.
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At the conclusion of this program, participants will be able to:
7:00 pm – 8:40 pm: Panel Presentation; 8:40 – 9:00 pm: Discussion and Q&A.
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