Contemporary psychoanalysis offers a rich and transformative therapeutic tool to alleviate suffering. Two BPSI clinicians will present their deepening work, offering a lens into the therapeutic action of psychoanalysis. There will be time for questions and discussion about the clinical process and about the presenters’ experience as Candidates in analytic training. Additional BPSI Candidates will join in the lunch program to share their experiences.
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Saturday, Feburary 1st
The target audience for this program is trainees and early career clinicians.
A Special Clinical Program: Listening to Deepening Analytic Work
Contemporary psychoanalysis offers a rich and transformative therapeutic tool to alleviate suffering. Two BPSI clinicians will present their deepening work, offering a lens into the therapeutic action of psychoanalysis. A senior analyst will share insights and lead a discussion about the clinical process with the group. Additional BPSI Candidates will join in the lunch program to share their analytic training experience.
Sarah Vasiliauskas, PsyD is a fourth-year Candidate in the combined Child and Adult Psychoanalytic Training Program at BPSI. She has a private practice in Brookline, MA, where she sees patients in psychotherapy and psychoanalysis. Prior to her transition into private practice, Sarah worked in hospital settings, specializing in palliative care, sickle cell anemia, and prodromal psychosis. Her current areas of interest include developmental impacts of chronic illness, religious and spiritual concerns, and adult ADHD in longterm psychotherapy.
Theodore Murray, MD is a third-year Candidate at BPSI. He co-leads a seminar on psychodynamic psychotherapy at Cambridge Health Alliance, where he also supervises child psychiatry fellows.
He has a private practice in child, adolescent and adult psychiatry in Cambridge, MA.
Allen Palmer, MD is a Training and Supervising Psychoanalyst and a Child Supervising Psychoanalyst at BPSI. He is on the faculty of the Adult and Child Analytic Programs at BPSI, and teaches in the Fellowship in Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy Training program. He has also served as chair of the Training and Supervising Analyst Committee and as co-chair of the Child Analysis Program.
He is a board member of the Boston Group for Psychoanalytic Studies and has a private practice in Newton Highlands, MA.
Lisa Citrin, LICSW is a child and adult psychotherapist and an adult psychoanalyst. She is on the faculty of the Adult Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy Fellowship Training Program at BPSI, and teaches and supervises at Cambridge Health Alliance.
She has a private practice in Cambridge, MA.
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