The Analyst Enabled and Disabled by What is Personal
October 22, 2022, 9:00 - 11:00 AM
This meeting will take place online via Zoom. Once you register, you will receive an email with more information.
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Judy Kantrowitz’s seminal research established that a major determinant of the therapeutic outcome of psychoanalysis is dependent on the match-that is the fit between patient and analyst and their characters and lifelong conflicts. Her work has greatly increased our understanding of the role played by unconscious communications between patient and analyst in analytic work. The match is important not only in treatment, but also as a lens through which to understand and use supervision. The “triadic match”-the match between patient, analyst, and supervisor-is part of what determines the degree of success of the supervisory work and the kind of growth that can take place through it, for all three participants.
In her work, Dr. Kantrowitz pays close attention to the conscious and unconscious, moment-to-moment events of clinical process without losing sight of structural considerations and internal object relations. She hopes that her work will encourage psychoanalysts to learn something about themselves--and then do it again and again. Attending to the match can contribute not only to the patient’s growth, but also to the analyst’s.
Dr. Kantrowitz will present the first part of this 2-part series Saturday, October 1st, and the second part Saturday, October 22nd.
Register on this page for October 22nd. Click here to see the description and to register for the October 1st program.
Saturday, October 22nd:
On day 2 of this two-part series, Dr. Kantrowitz will present her reflections on the mutual influences she and her patients have had on each other over a lifetime of work in “the analyst: disabled and enabled by what’s personal.” She demonstrates that the person of the analyst, her way of working, and the way she interacts with a patient contributes to the therapeutic action of analysis. It is a model for the way thoughtful self-reflection along with keen observations of a patient’s verbal and nonverbal behavior, allows an analyst despite coping with grief carry on the work in a productive manner.
As a result of attending this session, participants should be able to:
- Describe the use of the self and how mutual influences may inhibit or advance analytic work with patients
- Discuss ways the analyst can keep the focus on the patient’s needs and conflicts despite inevitable intrusions of personal life
Target Audience: psychoanalysts and psychodynamic therapists
CE/CME credits: 2 (Certificates are issued through the NCP website 5 business days after the event)
Judy Leopold Kantrowitz, PhD, is a training and supervising analyst at the Boston Psychoanalytic Society and Institute and an Associate Clinical Professor at Harvard Medical School. She is on the Editorial Board of the Psychoanalytic Quarterly and has a private practice in Brookline, MA. She has published widely on the patient-analyst match.
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- 2 CE credits are offered for this date.
- This conference may be recorded. If so, all registered attendees will receive a link to the recording so they may review. Only live attendance receives credit.
- General, with credit: $55
- Candidates and students, with credit: $25
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