Workshops and Upcoming Events Sponsored by the PPSC Annex™
The PPSC Annex™ provides opportunities for mental health practitioners to augment their core clinical training. The Annex offers seminars, workshops and programs on complementary modalities, theories and techniques, practice building and management, and other areas of mental health education. PPSC annex™ classes are both practical and affordable, and offer quality exposure to new areas of practice without requiring the commitment of a full training program.
In the coming year and beyond, look for training in a wide variety of areas including parenting, creative arts therapies, body-centered therapies, sex therapy and more.
For information about our upcoming workshops, please visit our ticketing page at: http://www.eventbrite.com/o/the-ppsc-annex-575950629
Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy Center (PPSC) SW CPE is recognized by the NYS Education Dept.’s State Board for Social Work as an approved provider of continuing education for licensed social workers #0054.
Past PPSC Workshops and Accomplishments
ACCOMPLISHMENTS: 1986 - 2014
Our core accomplishments since our doors opened in 1986 include the provision of therapy services to over 4500 clients, the advanced training of over 75 psychoanalysts and psychoanalytic psychotherapists, and over 250 publications by community members in the field of mental health, social work and psychoanalysis. Today, PPSC has 75 faculty members and supervisors, who work with 60 full and part-time candidates.
CONFERENCES & LECTURES
1989 • Alcoholism Treatment & Psychoanalysis: A Meeting of the Minds • 1994 • Whose Therapy Is It? • 1996 • The Many Faces of Infidelity • 2000 • Storm Warning: Treating Mild to Moderate Forms of Manic Depression in Analytic Patients • 2002 • Psychoanalytic Frame Issues nnium • 2003 • Religion - Sexuality - Prejudice • 2004 • The Cushion & the Couch: Explorations in Buddhism & Psychoanalysis • 2005 • Balint: His Influence on Contemporary Psychoanalysis • 2005 • Poetry & Psychoanalysis • 2006 • Hide & Seek: When Secrets Haunt the Treatment • 2007 • False Self, Alcoholism & Anti-Semitism • PPSC Honors Lawrence Epstein: “The Talking Cure” • 2008 • PPSC Honors Martin Bergmann: "Psychoanalysis Past, Present, and Future • 2009 • PPSC Honors Paul and Anna Ornstein ? 2012 ? PPSC Honors Frank Lachman ? 2013? PPSC Honors Edward Khantzian: “Understanding Addiction as Self-Medication” ? 2014 ? PPSC Honors Fred Pine
CONTEMPORARY APPROACHES TO GENDER & SEXUALITY
1997-1998 • Bodies, Acts & Sex: Thinking Through the Relational • Dare to Keep Your Kids Off Gender • Thoughts on (Post ) Modernism & Pleasure • Erotic Transference -Countertransference • Dynamic Issues in Gay Male Development • 1998-1999 • Shame: A Hidden Dimension in Women's Ambition • The Politics of Passion • Reproductive Technologies & the “Post-Modern” Family • Exploration of Male Gender Identity • Racism & its Repression in Freud's Theory of Sexuality • 1999-2000 • Gender & Intersubjectivity • Enhancing the Erotic in Lesbian Couple Relationships • Psychoanalysis & the Gay Man • Gender as a Luxury or Symptom • Thirty Years of Gender • Sex, Race & Gender • 2000-2001 • Cultural Hierarchies, Splitting & the Heterosexual Unconscious • How “Gay Friendly” Psychoanalysis? • Thinking Relationally about Desire • Lesbian Mothers: New Identities • Gender Performance and Transference & Countertransference • Ungendered Bodies & the Violated Self • 2001-2002 • Idealization, Mourning & Masochism • Infecting the Treatment: HIV Disclosure & Dissociation • Configuring the Family • Body Language • 2008 • “Exploring the Role of Fatherhood in the 21st Century • “Let’s Talk About Sex” • 2009 • Pornography & Anxiety: An Interdisciplinary Series
COMMITTEE ON PSYCHOANALYTIC ADDICTIONS TREATMENT
2003 • Relational Psychoanalysis & Chronic Substance Use • Multiple Meanings of Substance Abuse: A Psychodynamic Harm Reduction Approach • 2004 • Engaging the Whole Person in the Treatment of Substance Abuse • Sexual Compulsions through a PsychoanalyticLens • 2005 • A Behavioral & Psychodynamic Approach to Treat Money • Risky Business: Patients Who Engage in Life-Threatening Behavior • 2006 • Everything You Always Wanted to Know about Crystal Meth • Cutting: The Deliberate Dissociation • 2007 • Disorganized Attachment, Trauma, & the Addictive Solution • Hidden Eating Disorders & Attachment Theory • 2008 • Internet Pornography: Eroticized Addictions • Spirituality in Recovery • 2010 • Addiction, Psychoanalysis and the Brain• 2011 • Winner of the Caron Foundation Award for Educational Excellence • 2012 Countertransferential Dilemmas with Our Addicted Patients
2009 • Four Approaches to Working with Couples: EFT, Imago, Systems and Psychoanalytic Theory • 2010• Accelerated Experiential Dynamic Psychotherapy • Speaking from the Body – Somatic Experiencing• Using DBT to Treat the Multi-Problematic and Suicidal Individual • CBT: Bridging Psychodynamic and Cognitive-Behavioral Therapies • Sexual Issues in Couple's Therapy• Restore the Trust: How to Treat Infidelity in Couples • 2011 • How to Succeed in Business...By Trying! • Using Attachment Theory and Neurobiology with “AEDP” • Working with Challenging Couples• The Growing Mind: Working with Children, Adolescents and Young Adults • Helping Parents and Children with the Child's Angry Feelings: A Modern Analytic Perspective • Sexless Marriage: It Takes Two...or Maybe Not • An Exploration into the Lives of Adoptive Parents and Adoptees • 2012 •There Are Two Bodies in the Room: Expanding Clinical Capacity Through Body Awareness • The Newest Wave in CBT: Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) for the Psychodynamically Trained Professional• Understanding the Stages of Change: Motivational Work in Mental Health Treatment• The Pleasures and Perils of Porn: A Clinical Perspective• Money, Money, Money, I Have a Plan! The Fundamentals of Money and Financial Planning for Psychotherapists Building a Private Practice• 2013• Psychotherapy with Style (in Mind) • Conducting a Relapse Analysis• Making Sense of Clients' Stories: A Narrative Approach to Therapy• 2014• Clinical Encounters with Polyamory• Psychoanalysis Through the Lens of Transgender Experience• Calming Couples• Mixing Metaphors