Adelphi University Postgraduate Programs in Psychoanalysis and Psychotherapy
The Postgraduate Psychotherapy Center
is offering the following FOUR SESSION SEMINAR
Couple Therapy: A Developmental Approach
Sundays 10AM – 1PM
April 29, May 6, 13, 20, 2012
Instructor: Michael D. Zentman, Ph.D.
Treating couples is not easy. If partners are not well integrated or if their relationship is in a fragile state, things can get difficult very quickly. Having a theoretical framework to understand the nature of a couple’s disharmony and possessing a set of clinical skills to respond to fast-moving relationship dynamics can make the difference between effective treatment and clinical chaos.
This twelve-hour seminar will focus on a model of couples therapy that integrates psychoanalytic and family systems theories and techniques. It relies on a developmental schema that maps the dynamics, structure, and emotional atmosphere of a relationship in order to generate a plan of treatment. This is an approach that addresses processes on interactional, structural, intra-psychic, and intergenerational levels. Participants will have the opportunity to discuss their cases and video recordings of treatment sessions will demonstrate clinical theory and techniques.
Prior experience with or current treatment of couples in not required.
Dr. Zentmani s the founding director of the Adelphi Postgraduate Program in Couple Therapy has been teaching and supervising couples therapy for 25 years. He has post-doctoral certification in psychoanalysis, group therapy and family and marital therapy and had advanced training with Salvador Minuchin, Betty Carter and various faculty at the Ackerman Institute.
The fee for this seminar is $400.
For Candidates currently enrolled in the Adelphi Postgraduate Programs the fee is $300.
Payments should be made to the Adelphi Postgraduate Psychotherapy Center.
Please indicate “Couple Therapy Seminar” on your payment and mail to:
Adelphi University Postgraduate Psychotherapy Center
158 Cambridge Avenue
Garden City, N.Y. 11530
Attn: Yvette Jones, Coordinator
The seminar will be held in the Hy Weinberg Building at the Garden City campus.
For registration and more information please contact:
Dr. Jack Herskovits, Director, Postgraduate Psychotherapy Center
Jherskovits or by phone: 516.877.4841