Steven Knoblauch, PhD
Embodied Experience in the Psychoanalytic Interaction
The course, Embodied Experience in the Psychoanalytic Interaction will focus on the place of embodied experience (both the patient’s and the analyst’s) in an expanded clinical attention for relational practice. The course will review conceptions and recommendations for practice concerning the clinical significance of embodied registrations beginning with Freud, Ferenczi and Reich through contemporary Freudians such as McLauglin, contemporary object relations theorists including Lombardi and Ferrari, and relational theorists including Harris, Reis, Katie Gentile, the Nebbiosi’s and Knoblauch. In particular the ways that attention to the micro-contours of embodied interaction can either open or collapse space for reflection are examined.
Mar. 15, 22, 29
The Stevenson School
24 W. 74th Street
Steven Knoblauch, PhD, is Faculty Supervisor/Consultant, New York University Postdoctoral Program in Psychotherapy and Psychoanalysis; Associate Editor, Psychoanalytic Dialogues. Board Member, IARPP; Author, The Musical Edge of Therapeutic Dialogue TAP, (2000); Co-author with Beebe, Rustin and Sorter, Forms of Intersubjectivity in Infant Research and Adult Treatment Other Press.