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For those considering training in psychoanalysis. To clinicians in analytic training at BPSI will present their deepening work, followed by opportunities for Q&A and open discussion.
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Saturday, January 12, 2019
The target audience for this program is current clinicians considering psychoanlaytic training.
A Special Clinical Program: Listening to Deepening Analytic Work
Contemporary psychoanalysis offers a rich and transformative therapeutic tool to alleviate suffering.
Rachel McBride, PysD (Presenter) is an analyst and recent graduate at BPSI. She is on the faculty of the adult track of the Advanced Training Program in Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy and the Explorations in Mind program there. She has a private practice in Brookline, and sees patients in psychotherapy and psychoanalysis. Her areas of interest include dreams, infantile sexuality and neurosis, and psychoanalysis and the creative writer.
Brigitte Zakari, PsyaD (Presenter) is a third-year candidate at Boston Psychoanalytic Society and Institute. Throughout her career, she has worked with women suffering from tauma and eating disorders in various settings, such as partial hospitals and outpatient practices. Her Turkish background allows her to work with patients with cultural and immigration issues. She has a private practice in Brookline, MA, where she provides long-term treatment for adults and adolescents.
Ann Epstein, MD (Moderator) is a child and adult psychiatrist and adult psychoanalyst. She is on the faculty at BPSI and teaches Development to first-year candidates. She has supervised and taught at Cambridge Health Alliance for many years, and also teaches in a parent-infant psychotherapy training program at Jewish Family and Children's Service, a community partner of BPSI. Her private practice is in Cambridge, MA.
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