Monthly seminar beginning Friday, September 27th. Join us in person at a local site, or over the internet using your computer, tablet, or smartphone. The 2019-2020 Master Speaker Series will feature live presentations by Guest Presenters and IPI Faculty, with discussion, case presentations, and advance readings distributed before each session. Participants may attend in person in Long Island, NY, or can join by video conference over the internet. Internet participants will all have the opportunity to participate fully in the seminar by joining in the live discussion. Seminars take place from 9:00-11:00 a.m. US Eastern Time, with additional group discussion available at the Long Island site. Participants joining over the internet can do so easily by downloading a free program for their computer, laptop, tablet or smart phone, and clicking on a simple link provided for each session. Our staff are happy to schedule a videoconference test with you prior to the seminar. Register for individual sessions by making your choices below, or attend all nine using the button below to register for the full series. REGISTER FOR FULL SERIES 27 SEP Narcissistic personalities’ incapacity to love Diagnosis and treatment Otto Kernberg Register 18 OCT Falling in love, being in love, staying in love, failing in love, grieving love Steve Levine Register 15 NOV The unlovable, not good-enough child Ionas Sapountzis Register 06 DEC Sex, attachment and love Chris Clulow Register 17 JAN Psychoanalytic and Neurobiological Perspectives of Love Inside and outside the analytic setting Caroline Sehon Register 21 FEB Love and Possession in Intimate Relating Janine Wanlass Register 06 MAR Love in a Time of Cholera Jill Scharff Register 03 APR Restorative Aspects of Transference and Countertransference Love Carl Bagnini Register 01 MAY Love and Its Discontents David Scharff Register
Educational Objectives September 27: Narcissistic personalities’ incapacity to love: Diagnosis and treatment Participants will be able to describe two destructive modes of relating that interfere with loving and being loved in narcissistic personalities. October 18: Falling in love, being in love, staying in love, failing in love, grieving love Participants will discuss two developmental factors associated with sustained successful couple relationships and two factors that often precipitate failure in couple relating. November 15: The unlovable, not good-enough child Participants will identify one child characteristic and one couple dynamic associated with problematic parent/child interactions. December 6: Sex, attachment and love Participants will be able to describe two psychodynamic interventions with couples exhibiting both attachment and sexual difficulties. January 17: Psychoanalytic and Neurobiological Perspectives of Love: Inside and Outside the Analytic Setting Participants will be able to describe three findings from affective neuroscience research that inform psychodynamic interventions pertinent to nurturing and loving relationships. February 21: Love and Possession in Intimate Relating Participants will be able to discuss two differences between possessive love that interferes with healthy couple relating and empathetic loving that facilitates couple intimacy. March 6: Love in a Time of Cholera Participants will develop capacity for describing the persistence or destruction of love in diseased states of mind. April 3: Restorative Aspects of Transference and Countertransference Love Participants will be able to describe two ways that transference/countertransference interactions can assist in the restoration of damaged internal objects. May 1: Aspects of love and its discontents Participants will be able to identify three types of loving that promote destructiveness within intimate relationships and how these types of might be identified by the treating clinician. Continuing Education Credit2 CE hours per video conference; 18 hours for full series of nine. Additional hour/s may be available at some local sites for participation in group discussion following the videoconference, for an additional fee. RegistrationParticipants may register to participate in person at one of our local sites, or by video conference in real time. Tuition and FeesRegistration Fee: $52 for individual video sessions. $410 for the full series of nine. Program ChairDavid Scharff, MD and Janine Wanlass, Ph.D.
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