Making Contact: Understanding the Emotional Depths of our Patients
The Students and Trainees Association of the Michigan Psychoanalytic Society announces its next workshop for residents, interns, postdocs, practicum students, and students of all disciplines interested in exploring modern psychoanalytic concepts and ideas...
Please join us for our fourth workshop of the 2002-03 academic year.
Michael Shulman, Ph.D., Facilitator
This workshop will explore the ways that the psychotherapist can be useful to patients by being sensitive early in the treatment to the patient's deepest feelings and concerns. We will consider ways of listening, which enhance the patient's confidence that the therapist can be useful to the therapeutic task and the exciting but also necessarily anxiety-provoking journey which is therapy.
Dr. Shulman is a candidate at the Michigan Psychoanalytic Institute, and Co-Chair of its Liaison Committee to Training Programs. In private practice in Ann Arbor, he also supervises at the University of Detroit-Mercy, McAuley Mental Health Services, and Madonna University.
Saturday, December 7, 2002
10:30 AM - 12:30 PM