Working Intersubjectively with Extreme States: Reflections and Clinical Stories byGeorge Atwood, PhD

1.5 CE Credits

The presentation begins with a discussion of the role of clinical experiences with patients in “extreme states” (patients diagnostically categorized as psychotic and/or as suffering with profound emotional trauma) in the genesis of the intersubjective viewpoint in psychoanalysis. Three clinical stories are then presented which illustrate an intersubjectively-oriented approach to psychotherapy in such cases.


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Date(s) - December 6, 2017
7:30 pm - 9:00 pm

Central Congregational Church
296 Angell Street (Diman Street entrance)
Providence, Rhode Island

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