Time: March 16, 2013 from 10am to 3:30pm
Location: Nile Hall, Preservation Park
Street: 1233 Preservation Park Way
Website or Map: https://www.tpi-berkeley.org/…
Event Type: symposium
Organized By: The Psychotherapy Institute
Latest Activity: Mar 15, 2013
We very much need a theory and practice where the best of the old is conserved yet where new insights are integrated and used effectively. Wilkinson puts forward the value of an interdisciplinary whole person approach that conserves our rich inheritance from Freud and Jung but also takes on board insights from attachment research, trauma research and the neurobiology of emotion. Gambini (2007) said of Jung: “He followed the silk thread that united the physical and the psychic, he fought to envisage the unity that underlies perceptible diversities and dualities” (p. 364). It is that same silk thread that we must follow as we seek to bring the best of 21st-century thinking and research to bear upon the process of changing minds in therapy.
The master class will focus on case material, exploring it from the perspectives of emotion, attachment, trauma, and neurobiology research. Margaret will work with a clinician from the TPI community, Amy Glick, MFT. Amy will present clinical material and Margaret will comment as the presentation goes along. Members of the audience will also be invited to join in.
CEU: units (BBS approved for MFTs and LCSWs; CPA approved for psychologists)
Registration: $130 TPI members; $160 nonmembers; $110 students and interns; Register online at www.tpi-berkeley.org