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In-Person + Zoom: For Clinicians Only:
Is Tele-Psychoanalysis an Oxymoron?
March 23 @ 7:30 pm - 9:30 pmPrepaid Cost: $30.00 – $50.00
Presented by Pamela Power, Ph.D.
Discussants: Judith Hecker, Ph.D., Stephen Kenneally, M.B.A, M.F.T., Barry Miller, Ph.D.
This presentation is meant to open a discussion of the impact of tele-health technology on the psychoanalytic process with a particular focus on transference and countertransference. The more hidden and refractory aspects of the psyche seem to be less effectively met in the process of ‘distance’ analysis. While we are aware of the losses ensued by the lack of in-person meetings, are there any gains? Perhaps we are living in the midst of a paradigm shift to what Jungian psychoanalysis is becoming.
- Describe two ways tele-health has impacted transference/countertransference.
- Describe two benefits of psychoanalysis in the time of Covid.
- Differentiate psychotherapy from psychoanalysis as it is impacted by tele-health technology.
Pamela Power, Ph.D., is a clinical psychologist and Jungian analyst with a private practice in Santa Monica. She is a past Clinic Director and past Training Director at the C.G. Jung Institute of Los Angeles. Before becoming a psychologist, she trained as a classical musician and studied theory and history of music.
Judith Hecker, Ph.D., is a Jungian analyst and a clinical psychologist with a private practice in West Los Angeles. She has taught at Pacifica Graduate Institute, the California Graduate Institute, the Geffen Medical School at UCLA, and the Chicago School of Professional Psychology, and is a former supervisor and associate director of the CGI Counseling Center and the Chicago School Clinic in Westwood.
Stephen Kenneally, M.A., M.B.A., M.F.T., is a Jungian analyst in private practice in Santa Monica. He previously worked in finance in NYC, and left Wall Street to train in bio-energetics, group counseling, and Jungian psychotherapy before returning to graduate school followed by analytic training. In addition to teaching at Antioch University, he is the President of the Jung Institute where he also teaches and supervises.
Barry Miller, Ph.D., is a Jungian analyst and clinical psychologist in West Hollywood. In addition to serving as faculty at the C.G. Jung Institute of Los Angeles, he lectures frequently on dreams, sexuality, and transference, and countertransference issues.
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