St. Louis Psychoanalytic Institute Presents: A Three Session Virtual Seminar with Dr. Fred Busch
October 13, 20, 27, 2020
$150.00 maximum of 14 participants
Open to all Faculty and Advanced Candidates
This course is designed to provide clinical practitioners with a fresh perspective on ways of working psychoanalytically with patients. The idea of “common ground” encourages practitioners to look at many ways of working with patients and identifying effective principles common to all methods. In this way the course contributes to practice-based learning and to communicating and collaborating with colleagues.
October 13, 2020– Busch, F. (2015) Our Vital Profession. Int. J. Psycho., 96 (3): 553-568.
Learning Objective: At the conclusion of this session participants will be able to describe changes in the psychoanalytic method and a new common ground.
October 20, 2020- Busch, F. (2013) Chapter 10: Working within the transference and Chapter 11: Working within the . In: F. Busch, Creating a Psychoanalytic Mind, Routledge: London
Learning Objective: at the conclusion of this session participants will be able to assess what it means to work within the transference and countransference.
October 27, 2020-Busch, F. (2018). Searching for the Analyst’s Reveries. Int. J. Psycho. 99: 569-589.
Learning objective: At the conclusion of this session participants will be able to evaluate what is a reverie, and ethical methods of working with reveries.