Please join us for our third seminar in the
CSPP Seminar Series for
Early Career and Student Members
Kohut’s Self Psychology:
Key Concepts You Can Apply Tomorrow
Instructor: Nancy L. Bronson, Ph.D.
November 7, 14, 21, 2021
2 - 3:30 pm
Via Zoom (link will be sent by the instructor prior to the first session)
This series is free of charge; maximum participants is 8
This seminar will focus on a few key concepts of Heinz Kohut’s psychoanalytic self psychology, with an emphasis on applications for clinical practice, usefulness for difficult or challenging situations, and case discussions. Case examples will be presented, and participants will be encouraged to bring clinical vignettes to explore from a psychoanalytic self psychology perspective.
Dr. Nancy Bronson has been a self psychology enthusiast and practitioner since her internship in Chicago, where Heinz Kohut was writing and teaching at the time. She received a BA degree in Psychology from Brandeis University and a PhD in Child and Adult Clinical Psychology from Emory University. Her internship was at the Children’s Memorial Hospital (now Lurie Children’s Hospital) in Chicago, and she had two postdoctoral fellowships at Yale - in the School of Medicine Department of Psychiatry (Yale Psychiatric Institute) and at the University Health Services. Formerly Director of Psychology at Silver Hill Hospital in New Canaan, she has been in private practice in Greenwich and Stamford for 35 years. She has served as an adjunct training analyst for the Washington Square Institute in New York and as visiting faculty at the Westchester Center for the Study of Psychoanalysis and Psychotherapy. Her professional interests include integration of psychoanalytic self psychology with Sensorimotor Psychotherapy for trauma, couple and family work, and application of self psychology to evaluation and treatment of suicide risk.
For questions, please click here: Nancy L. Bronson, PhD
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