Integrating Contemporary & Classical Theories & Technique (Includes Optional Case Conference)
A PATHWAY TO ANALYTIC THINKING
The LAISPS Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy Program offers an integrated curriculum that combines the latest in psychoanalytic research and theoretical thinking with the classical foundations of our understanding of the development of the personality. Each evening consists of a class on theories of personality development and a class on clinical technique. Over the course of the thirty -week program, we will cover object relations theory, early infant and childhood development, the major psychopathologies, as well as clinical issues such as establishing and maintaining a therapeutic frame, working with transference and counter – transference issues, and understanding and interpreting dreams in the clinical setting. Our Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy Program is designed for a wide range of mental health professionals, at all levels of experience, including psychiatrists, psychologists, social workers, and MFTs who are new to psychodynamic thinking as well as those who are seasoned clinicians looking to sharpen and deepen their work with their patients.
SCHEDULE OF CLASSES
CLASS DATES: Mondays, October 9, 2017 – June 11, 2018
CLASS TIMES: 6:00 p.m. – 9:00 p.m.
CASE CONFERENCE: 4:15 p.m. – 5:30 p.m.
ORIENTATION: October 2, 2017
GRADUATION: June 18, 2018
SESSION I October 9 – December 18, 2017
OBJECT RELATIONS THEORY: FREUD TO THE PRESENT Steven Isaacman, Psy.D.
PSYCHOANALYTIC TECHNIQUE: FRAME, RELATIONSHIP, PROCESS Carole W. Morgan, Ph.D.
SESSION II January 8 – March 19, 2018
TRANSFERENCE AND COUNTER-TRANSFERENCE Michael Diamond, Ph.D. Roberta Mirisch, Psy.D.
PSYCHOPATHOLOGY AND LITERATURE Valérie von Raffay, Ph.D.
SESSION III April 2 – June 11, 2018
DREAM INTERPRETATION: THEORY AND CLINICAL APPLICATION Sandra Garfield, Ph.D.
PSYCHOANALYTIC THEORY & EARLY CHILDHOOD DEVELOPMENT Margaret Matson, Psy.D.
GOALS & OBJECTIVES
- Upon completion of this program participants will be able to:
- Recognize how variations in psychoanalytic technique shape the therapeutic relationship and process.
- Identify a patient’s developmental and characterological issues.
- Utilize different psychoanalytic models to identify the contribution of early experience to current problems.
- Reduce impasses and premature terminations in a variety of clinical settings by implementing psychoanalytic ideas.
- B.A. or M.A. Degree Minimum (Copy of Transcripts Must Be Submitted With Application For Enrollment.)
- Personal interview with a Program Director will be required as part of the application process.
LAISPS awards a Certificate of Completion at the end of the course if all requirements are met.
Steven Isaacman, Psy.D.
Roberta Mirisch, Psy.D .
LAISPS BOARD OF DIRECTORS
Lanning L. Melville, Psy.D . PRESIDENT
Lori O’Brien Ph.D. PAST-PRESIDENT
Carole W. Morgan, Ph.D. DIRECTOR OF TRAINING & CHAIR OF EDUCATION
Mariann Hybels Miller, Ph.D. SECRETARY
Kevin J. Wittenberg, Ph.D. TREASURER
Lisa L. Halotek, Psy.D. MEMBER-AT-LARGE
Steven Isaacman, Psy.D. MEMBER-AT-LARGE
Diane L. Mink, Ph.D. MEMBER-AT-LARGE
Kerry O. English, M.F.T. CANDIDATE REPRESENTATIVE
Michael J. Diamond, Ph.D. TRAINING ANALYST
Sandra Garfield, Ph.D. TRAINING ANALYST
Steven Isaacman, Psy.D. TRAINING ANALYST
Margaret Matson, Psy.D. SENIOR CANDIDATE
Roberta Mirisch, Psy.D. SENIOR CANDIDATE
Carole Morgan, Ph.D. TRAINING ANALYST
Valérie von Raffay, Ph.D. MEMBER
CASE CONFERENCE FACULTY
Sharron Holman, Psy.D. MEMBER
Deborah R. Shaw, Ph.D. TRAINING ANALYST
Peter Wolson, Ph.D. TRAINING ANALYST