Saturday, April 7, 2018 10:00 a.m. -1:00 p.m. 3 CEs
Divergent theories of Object Relations, Self-Psychology, Attachment, and the Relational Model are presented to explain the root causes of early developmental failures that lead to the personality disorders of anorectics & bulimics. Special treatment consideration is given to (1) establishing the therapeutic frame, (2) maintaining boundaries, (3) resolving the unthinkable primitive agonies, and (4) managing transference and countertransference. Students are encouraged to discuss their treatment concerns and the instructor will integrate these essential ideas with clinical material.
INSTRUCTOR: Lynda Chassler, LCSW, Ph.D.
Lynda Chassler, Ph.D. Supervising and Training Analyst, Faculty, Institute of Contemporary Psychoanalysis; Adjunct Faculty, Antioch University; Areas of Specialization: Eating Disorders, NPD, Borderline Personality Disorder; Publications on the understanding of eating disorders from a psychoanalytic perspective. Private Practice: Individual, Couples, Family. Dr. Chassler has been teaching courses on eating disorders for Dr. Krevoy for many years.