Presented by Maria Ellen Chiaia, Ph.D. Drawing from clinical and theoretical material, we will focus on the importance of being and the role of silence in analytic work with children. As the child tells his or her story through play and interaction with the therapist, we in turn imagine and empathize with the child in their world and in the wordless spaces between us. This capacity to be with the child's emotional experience without verbal interpretation, allows children the freedom to express their thoughts and feelings without impingement, so that a liminal space may be created for healing and transformation.Find out more »
An Analytical Psychology Club Event:
The Evolution of Modern Thought in Same-Sex Marriage:
Transforming The Western God-Image
Presented by Felipe Capiral, Jr., MA, AMFT In his presentation Felipe will use the lenses of analytical psychology to provide an alternative myth for same-sex marriage, giving the revolutionary, historical event a psychological archetypal grounding. Felipe Capiral, Jr., MA, AMFT, is a graduate of Pacifica Graduate Institute. He currently is on staff as an intern at Coldwater Counseling Center in Studio City.Find out more »
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