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George Hagman: Psychoanalytic essentials: A perspective from 30 years of practice.

  • 11 Feb 2023
  • 11:00 AM - 1:00 PM
  • Zoom

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The Connecticut Society for Psychoanalytic Psychology 

presents

George Hagman, LCSW

Psychoanalytic Essentials:

A perspective from 30 years of practice


Zoom Clinical Conference

2 Continuing Education Credits


Saturday February 11, 2023






Art: Brace’s Rock by Fritz Henry Lane


   11am - 1 pm

On Zoom


2 CECs (Division 39) 

2 CECs (NASW): Approved for Social Work, LPCs & LMFTs 


Sign-in begins 10:45

A Zoom link will be sent to all registrants the day before the event.


The Talk  

Published writings are the official documentation of psychoanalysis, yet it is the experience of the individual psychoanalytic practitioner and the unique knowledge and values by which they practice which is the heart of psychoanalysis.


In this conference the presenter discusses his own study of being a psychoanalyst. He will describe his ongoing search for what is true and useful in psychoanalytic theory and technique. Mr. Hagman will share what he has come to believe are the psychoanalytic essentials and how they have shaped his understanding of the field and his clinical practice. Case examples will be shared and discussion encouraged.


The Speaker

George Hagman, LCSW is a clinical social worker and psychoanalyst in private practice in Stamford, Connecticut. He is on faculty of the Training and Research in Intersubjective Self Psychology Foundation, and is a training analyst, supervisor, and faculty member of the Westchester Center for the Study of Psychoanalysis and Psychotherapy.


George is the author of many articles, presentations and book reviews. George is co-editor with Peter Zimmermann and Harry Paul of Intersubjective Self Psychology: A Primer (Routledge, 2019). He is also the General Editor of the Art, Creativity and Psychoanalysis book series and New Directions in Self Psychology book series both published by Routledge 


Conference Schedule

Sign-in 10:45 – 11:00 

Presentation 11:00 – 1:00  


Learning Objectives

Participants will:

1. Acquire the ability to reflect on their own experiences as psychoanalytic practitioners and apply this knowledge to their work with patients. 


2. 
Be able to identify those aspects of psychoanalytic practice which are effective and useful to patients. 


3.
Apply critical thinking to their use of theory to improve the outcomes of their treatments.


References

Tolpin, M. (2002). Doing psychoanalysis of normal development: Forward edge transferences. Progress in Self Psychology. Vol. 18. Chapter 11:167 – 190. Hillsdale, N.J.: The Analytic Press.


Winnicott, D.W. (1971). The use of an object and relating through identification. In Playing and Reality. Chap. 6: 86 – 94. New York: Basic Books.


Schafer, R. (1983). The Analytic Atittude. New York: Basic Books.



Participants 

The conference is appropriate for professionals interested in the practice of psychoanalysis and psychoanalytic psychotherapy. The instructional level of this conference is intermediate.


Continuing Education

This conference has been approved for for 2 continuing education credits by Div. 39. Division 39 maintains responsibility for this program and its content. Approved CECs from NASW-CT.



If continuing education credit is desired, please mark the appropriate box on the registration page, for our records. In addition,100% attendance and a completed evaluation form is required to receive CEC certificates. The evaluation form will be sent in the form of an online survey to all registrants within a few hours after the event, and if you attend the full conference and return that you will be sent a certificate of attendance.


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Refunds will be given in full until the Monday before the conference. To receive a refund cancel your registration online by going to your profile in the upper right corner, select "My Event Registrations" click on the event, then click on "Cancel Reservation." Questions/problems, please contact the registrar, Christopher Greene, LCSW.


Scholarship registrants: if you need the registration code, contact William Hartmann, MFT.


A Zoom link will be sent to all registrants the day before the event.



Members and Contacts - Need to update your information?

Please login to your profile, then click under your name at View Profile, to make any changes or additions, including changes of email addresses. If you have problems, contact Emily Sinclair, MA


CSPP Membership:  Membership is open to all mental health professionals ($85 annual dues); early career (less than 7 years since degree, $50 annual dues); retirees ($30 annual dues); and graduate students ($20 annual dues).  For further information on membership in CSPP please click here: CSPP 


Division 39 is committed to accessibility and non-discrimination in its continuing education activities. Participants are asked to be aware of needs for privacy and confidentiality throughout the program. If program content becomes stressful, participants are encouraged to process these feelings during discussion periods. If participants have special needs, we will attempt to accommodate them.

Please address questions, concerns and any complaints to Ashley Warner, LCSW, BCD.

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