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Philadelphia Jungian Professional Club

And

The Philadelphia Society of Clinical Psychologists,

The Human Services Center

Present

Night Terrors: A Titanic Experience

The topic of night terrors has not been addressed in the Jungian literature. The scientific background will be provided, along with mythological amplification by considering stories of the Titans and the life history of Edvard Munch, whose famous painting the Scream personifies the night terror moment. Clinical relevance will be addressed.

Date:      Friday, May 14, 2010
 

Place:     The Academy House (Lower Level)
              1420 Locust Street
              Philadelphia, PA 19102

Phone:   215-735-9096 (Academy House) or 215-450-9941 (Marion’s cell)

 

Time:      Registration: 12:30 p.m. Enrollment limited. (Light lunch provided.)
 

Program: 1:00pm to 5:00pm.

LEARNING OBJECTIVES
Upon completion of this training, participants will be able to:

 

  1. Define night terrors and differentiate from nightmares

  2. Describe the Titans and what might be a Titanic effect. Differentiate the Titans from the Olympians

  3. Consider the value of artwork as amplification for clinical practice

  4. Describe psychoanalyst Andre Green’s concept of the “dead mother”


PRESENTER
Linda Carter, MSN, CS is a Jungian analyst practicing in Boston and in Providence, RI. She is the US Book Review Editor for the Journal of Analytical Psychology and an Assistant Editor for the Jung Journal of San Francisco. She edited Analytical Psychology: Contemporary Perspectives in Jungian Analysis (2004) with Joe Cambray. In 2008, she published a paper called “Bi-directionality of Influence in the Matisse/Picasso Relationship and in Clinical Practice” for Quadrant. In press is a book chapter called "Countertransference and Intersubjectivity” to be published in Murray Stein’s new edition of Jungian Analysis. She is on the faculty of the C.G. Jung Institute of Boston.


CE CREDITS
Registration Fee: $125.
CE Credits: Continuing Education Credits are available for psychologists and social workers from the Philadelphia Society of Clinical Psychologists. Add $20 to registration fee. This program is cosponsored by Philadelphia Society of Clinical Psychologists and the Philadelphia Jungian Professional Club. The Philadelphia Society of Clinical Psychologists is approved by the American Psychological Association to sponsor Continuing Education for psychologists. The Philadelphia Society of Clinical Psychologists maintains responsibility for the program and its content.
 
This program provides Four (4) Hours of CE Credits for psychologists and social workers.

Mail registration to: PPS c/o Dr. Marion Rudin Frank
                             250 S. 17th Street, Suite 101,

                             Phila. Pa. 19103 (215-545-7800)


www.thejungclub.com for registration form and additional information