2 CE Hour Training
2 CEU awarded by Core Wellness, a Maryland Social Work Examiners approved CE sponsor. Our credits are accepted by the Maryland Boards of Psychology and Professional Counselors and Therapists as well as the social work boards of DC, Virginia, WV and Michigan.
Core Wellness, LLC is recognized by the New York State Education Department’s State Board for Social Work as an approved provider of continuing education for licensed social workers #SW-0569. This course provides 2 Contact Hour Live Online credit
Sponsored by: Core Wellness, LLC
Presented by: Dr. Ronnie Solan, PhD
Date: Tuesday October 29, 2019
Time: 09:30 AM – 11:30 AM
In this intriguing training, we will review some familiar concepts and expand Freudian object relation theory and clinical implications for therapists. How is self-esteem formed? Why is it so difficult for one to preserve self-esteem? How is esteem built in children and adults? We will discuss how the sense of “me” versus the not-me, the object, is established; and how difficult, but so important, it is to tolerate the otherness of our dearest others in our lives – children, spouse, parents and of our clients as well. We will cover a lively illustration using 2 to 4 case studies, pending time.
This course will help the participants to acknowledge why we, the therapists, tend so easily to project our own familiarities. It will help us to find ways how we may help our patients to disclose their hidden True Self and love relations memory traces. We will discuss how we may help our clients acknowledge their need to repeat and refined familiarity and resist strangeness as survival mechanism of the Emotional Immune System (the Healthy Narcissism). We will explore what’s needed for and from each partner like patient and therapist, parent and child, as well as between spouses in order to establish a healthy relationship.
Principals of psychoanalytic-psychodynamic theory can help psychotherapists and patients to re-create a better balance between negative and positive memory traces (throughout associations, dreams, etc.), between the capacity to maintain love relations and the tendency to destroy love relations facing trauma, frustrations and narcissistic injuries. This conceptualization of self-development will be applied to the clinical setting to produce insight and self-awareness for the client.
Via Live Interactive Webinar ONLY
- Part 1: Foundations of self-esteem (healthy narcissism) and love relationships
- Part 2: Case studies; Q & A
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- Participants will learn the clinical impact of childhood values and biases in relations to working with clients to learn to approach them with openness, acceptance and tolerance.
- Participants will gain at least five basic psychoanalytic-psychodynamic concepts of helping patients through their symptoms.
- Participants will learn three methods to bring out the needs and challenges of their clients and their objects experiencing conflict of interests, aggressiveness and love.
Exploring Skills for working with patients
Senior training Psychoanalyst Dr. Ronnie Solan, PhD, a Senior training Psychoanalyst, was educated in Switzerland by the foremost psychologists and psychoanalysts, including Professor Jean Piaget at Geneva University and Professor R. Spitz at the Swiss Society of Psychoanalysis, Geneva. She has been practicing psychotherapy since 1963. The author of multiple books exploring Freudian psychology and attachment theory, her critically acclaimed The Enigma of Childhood - The Profound Impact of the First Years of Life on Adults as Couples and Parents (2015) culminates her lifetime work. Her clinical expertise includes the emotional development of the infant from birth; disclosing and strengthening the inhibited healthy narcissism enabling the consolidation of the Self-Esteem & the True Self as well as the capacity to love and tolerate otherness. She lives in Israel with her family and is the proud grandmother of ten grandchildren. In her free time she enjoys gymnastics, yoga, sports and a warm social circle of friends.
Defining self-esteem, object relations, childhood experiences, adult issues and clinical application
Exploring Skills for working with patients