15 Aug Saturday Salon Series: Working Developmentally: Psychoanalytic Thinking with Infants, Children & Adults
Saturday Salon Series
Relaxed CE Courses in Small Settings (3 CEs)
Join us for Saturday morning CEs from 10-1. Most events are held in the instructor’s private office. Take one class or save on a series of 4 or more courses.
Working Developmentally: Psychoanalytic Thinking with Infants, Children & Adults
May 11, 2019, in Irvine with Robin Goldberg, PhD
Robin Goldberg will share her clinical experience working with a variety of infants and children and how this work contributes to clinical thinking and working both with children and with adults. She will discuss the therapeutic relationship and how to use child development and developmental imagery to think about attachment, trauma, motivation, psychic structure and intersubjective processes. This will include how these processes are enacted and communicated consciously and unconsciously with patients. Participants will receive material to read beforehand and all are invited to share their own work and thinking in light of our reading and discussion.
Robin Goldberg is a research psychoanalyst in private practice in Irvine where she works with adults, adolescents, children and infants. She received her certification as a psychoanalyst from NPI; a former dean, she now serves on its Faculty, Board and Training Committee. Dr Goldberg earned her certification for working with infants and their caregivers from the Infant Mental Health Specialist Training Program held at the Department of Psychiatry of Cedars Sinai. She holds a doctorate in Theatre, Performance Studies and Religion from Northwestern University and trained and served on the faculty of the Piven Theatre Workshop.
Individual courses are $60. Create your own series of 4 or more for $50 per course.
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- Working Developmentally
May 11, 2019
10:00 am - 1:00 pm