Sunday, March 10, 2019 * 2:00 PM – 4:00 PM
Greenwich House * 27 Barrow Street, 4th Floor * New York, NY 10014
This 2-hour Workshop/Seminar, will utilize volunteers from the audience to present clinical cases and simulate a group supervision experience. The facilitator will help the group utilize a variety of expressive modalities and methods of sensory motor expression to create a supervisory experience that explores non-verbal, implicit forms of communication in order to understand and process transference and countertransference material and enhance their work as clinicians. Participants will then be prepared to use this process with individuals in treatment.
Participants will be able to:
Professor Robert Irwin Wolf, Dpsa, LCAT, LP, NCPsya, ATR-BC holds a doctorate in Psychoanalytic Studies and is both a licensed creative art therapist and psychoanalyst. He is currently the President of the Institute for Expressive Analysis and, for over 35 years, has been on the graduate faculty of the College of New Rochelle and Pratt Institute, where he has trained and supervised groups of graduate art therapy students. He has also been on the faculties of several post graduate psychoanalytic training institutes, conducted numerous professional seminars and has published internationally, many articles and book chapters on his work. As a professional sculptor and photographer, he has also exhibited his artwork internationally.
There will be 2 CE’s offered for LP’s, & LCAT’s; proof of attendance for all others. It is the responsibility of the participant seeking CE credits to comply with requirements. Upon completion, a certificate of attendance will be emailed to all participants.
This event is free for IEA students & members. $60 for non-IEA members.
Cancellation Policy: Please be advised that no refunds are offered after registration is complete.
Sunday April 28, 2019
27 Barrow Street 4th Floor
New York, New York 10013
Handicap Accessible Facility
Faculty Speaker: Janet Sullivan, LP, LCAT, graduate, faculty member and board member of the Institute for Expressive Analysis and musician
Student Speaker: Ari Amir
Light refreshments will be served.
This event is free. Advanced Registration is required.
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IEA offers a personal, intimate training atmosphere based on the belief that every analyst must find her/his own therapeutic metaphor, style, and way of integrating the many dimensions of training.
IEA’s consultation center is also available for low-fee psychotherapy referrals.
The curriculum provides diverse theoretical approaches, including:
Training focuses on both verbal and nonverbal aspects of treatment and is applicable for both private practice and institutional settings.
FLEXIBLE SCHEDULE – IEA provides students with a flexible schedule, not disrupting one’s day job.Our classes meet on Monday evenings after work hours. Child and Adolescent classes meet Wednesday mornings.
TIME EFFECTIVE & COST EFFECTIVE – IEA meets New York State’s requirements for licensure and we work to offer a cost-effective and time-effective path to licensure in psychoanalysis (LP).
ECLECTIC – IEA is the only psychoanalytic institute offering an eclectic program incorporating various creative and expressive modalities.
GROWTH – IEA’s community provides an environment geared towards developing every candidate’s own particular voice.
SMALL GROUP EXPERIENCE – IEA’s classes take place in an intimate setting – the private offices of the instructor.
REFERRALS – IEA’s Consultation Center offers sliding scale therapy services, aimed to provide a constant flow of referrals for our candidates.
ACADEMICS – IEA offers regular scientific presentations that may satisfy continuing education credits, supports a collegial community, and offers opportunity for sharing clinical and theoretical ideas.
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