Amerikos psichoanalitikų asociacijos nemokami kursai apie terapiją internetu


Nemokami kursai apie terapiją internetu

Mieli kolegos, Eugenijus Laurinaitis maloniai persiuntė pasidalinimui vertingą informaciją. Amerikos psichoanalitikų asociacija pradėjo nemokamus kursus apie terapiją internetu, kurie tęsis iki balandžio 5 d. Šios dienos (penktadienio) kursų pradžia 15:00 val. Lietuvos laiku. Dar galite prisijungti.

Course Announcement:
A Primer on Online Psychotherapy and Psychoanalysis
April 2-5, 2020

offered by the American Psychoanalytic Association

Course Announcement: A Primer on Online Psychotherapy and Psychoanalysis
Beginning this Thursday evening, April 2, APsaA offers a COVID Primer – a mini-course on getting online in our time of COVID 19. The course is free and open to all analytic clinicians. You may attend one or all. Please note this course will be recorded for future access through APsaA.

You are invited to a Zoom meeting of this course.
When: Apr 2, 2020 recurring through April 5, 2020
Register in advance for this meeting:…
After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.

The course will cover

  1. Introductory considerations in transitioning to online and telephone therapy and analysis
  2. Practical, ethical and psychodynamic matters in using online and telephone vehicles for therapy and analysis
  3. Psychoanalytic understanding of the mass community crisis during the COVID Pandemic
  4. Practical and psychodynamic aspects of online teaching of psychoanalytic and psychotherapy classes and supervision
  5. There will be ample time for audience discussion.

Schedule for Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday, April 2-5, 2020

Thursday 8 pm-9:30 pm, EDT
Transitions 1: Teletherapy in a time of COVID. Presenters: Jill Scharff and Ralph Fishkin. Co-chairs: David Scharff & Jeff Taxman

Friday 8-9:30 EDT
Transitions 2. Presenters: Sharon Blum, Jill Scharff and Ralph Fishkin. Co-Chairs: David Scharff and Jeff Taxman

Sat 1 pm-3 pm EDT
Psychoanalytic perspectives during massive community crisis — analytic and psychodynamic, and cultural forces to consider during massive community trauma/disaster: disruptions to personal lives and community infrastructure. The immediacy of the crisis and the long-term view. Presenters: Jeff Taxman and Lena Ehrlich. Co-Chairs: Jill Scharff and Ralph Fishkin.

Sunday at 1 – 3 EDT
1 pm – 2 pm EDT: Teaching and supervision. Presenter: David Scharff. Co-Chairs: Sharon Blum and Ralph Fishkin
2 pm – 3 pm Concluding hour discussion of issues of the using online therapy during the COVID Crisis
Co-Chairs: David Scharff and Jeff Taxman


David Scharff, MD, Course Chair, is Co-Chair of APsaA’s COVID 19 Committee, Co-founder and former director of the International Psychotherapy Institute, and has more than 20 years of experience and several articles reporting on online therapy and online psychoanalytic teaching in the US and China.

Sharon Blum, PhD: Author of seminal articles on telephone therapy, with years of experience in distance psychoanalysis. Faculty, New Center for Psychoanalysis in Los Angeles

Lena Ehrlich: Training Analyst, Michigan Psychoanalytic, has written on extensively on psychoanalytic practice, training and distance analysis.

Ralph Fishkin, D. O. is a member of the Philadelphia Psychoanalytic Center, former Secretary of APsaA, and has many years and several publications on online psychoanalytic teaching and therapy in China.

Jill Scharff, M.D. is co-founder of the International Psychotherapy Institute and founder of its psychoanalytic training, child analytic and child psychotherapy programs. She has authored foundational articles on online psychoanalytic work and edited 4 volumes of Psychoanalysis Online.

Jeff Taxman, MD: Chair of APsaA’s Committee on Community Psychoanalysis, member of the Wisconsin Psychoanalytic Society, and has 25 years of experience in interventions in mass crises and trauma.

This course will be recorded for future distribution by APsaA. Registrants should not divulge privileged clinical material in any comments you choose to make, and should not show your picture if you do not wish to be shown on screen. You can still join without your picture showing.

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