Thinking, Feeling and Relating
Faculty: Sandra Buechler Ph.D
January 16 to February 5, 2017
Readings will be made available to participants and will include chapters from Making a Difference in Patients’ Lives: Emotional Experience in the Therapeutic Setting (Routledge, 2008)
Sandra Buechler describes her aim and focus in the colloquium as follows:
In these three chapters, I describe some patterns of thinking, feeling, and relating that recur in my own clinical work. Together, they form a template. Of course, analytic thought, empathic immersion, and interpersonal relating are inseparable. I discuss them separately for the sake of clarity. My aim is to stimulate communication about various ways to conceive of the analytic task, and to foster discussion of how analytic capacity can be nurtured in training.
Designed SPECIFICALLY and only for candidates and early career psychoanalysts/relationally trained psychotherapists, webinars sponsored by the Candidates’ Committee provide opportunities to learn from some of the most accomplished members of our community, as well as a chance to interact with an international group of peers.