AAPCSW-RI Chapter on April 20, 2012
This is just a reminder that that the American Association for Psychoanalysis in Clinical Social Work is planning its first Rhode Island Chapter event on April 20th at the Rochambeau Library, from 12:30 to 2:00 pm. In the technology room on the lower level. The title of the presentation is " When We Talk, Do You Really Hear Me? Intersubjectivity and Difference in the Clinical Encounter". We are delighted to have Cathy Siebold, past president of AAPCSW, and a psychoanalyst, as well as supervisor and faculty at MIP to discuss important aspects of therapy as they interface with issues of class. The talk is free, and Ceu’s for social workers (1.5 including 1 hour in diversity) wil be available for $10.00 with your completed signature and evaluation form. Checks can be made payable to AAPCSW-RI Chapter.
I hope you will take a moment to look at the website for AAPCSW: www.aapcsw.org In addition to being an organization which promotes psychoanalytic thinking and working with vulnerable populations, AAPCSW is an excellent way to network with other like-minded professionals. We are very excited to o be able to offer PEP web at a greatly reduced price ($80) for all new members of AAPCSW-RI, Membership is $75.00 for all mental health professionals. Please let me know if you have any questions regarding AAPCSW or the presentation being offered in April. I hope to see many of you attend!
American Association of Psychoanalysis in Clinical Social Work
~Rhode Island Chapter presents~
A lecture and discussion
When We Talk, Do You Really Hear Me?
Intersubjectivity and Difference in the Clinical Encounter
Issues of class, culture and gender have been recognized as increasingly important topics in psychoanalytic work. Although social work might always have recognized the importance of environmental factors, how these charged issues emerge in the clinical encounter is often not fully explored. Using theories of intersubjectivity, this presentation focuses on clinical situations in which differences, particularly class differences, became significant aspects of development of the relationship and the therapeutic action.
Cathy Siebold, DSW, LICSW is faculty and supervisor at Massachusetts Institute for Psychoanalysis and Past-President of AAPCSW. She is on the editorial of board of the Clinical Social Work Journal, and has presented and published papers on attachment theory, intersubjectivity, gender and the erotic transference. She is in Private Practice in Cambridge, Ma. and New York City.
This lecture will take place on Friday, April 20 from 12:30-2 pm in the Technology Room of the Rochambeau Library, Hope Street Providence, Rhode Island. Light refreshments will be served. I.5 CEU credits available for $10.00 and includes 1 CEU for diversity.
1. Attendees will gain an understanding of the differing intersubjective perspectives.
2. Attendees will learn the history of discussions of social class in psychoanalysis.
3. Attendees will acquire a greater understanding of the way that class may impact the therapeutic dyad.
All are welcome to attend!
For more information, please call Lee Whitman-Raymond at 729-7542 or email her at
Lee Miriam Whitman-Raymond, PhD, MFA
100 Lafayette Street, suite 308
Pawtucket Rhode Island, 02860