CSPP Psychology Workshop – The Work of Sheldon Bach

California School of Professional Psychology, Alliant International University Hong Kong PsyD program are honored to present the second in our seminar series. These seminars are free of charge and open to the public. We hope you will be able to attend this 2-hour lecture at: 18 April, 2017, Tuesday at 6:30 PM. CP303, UG 3/F, ChinaChem Golden Plaza, 77 Mody Road, Tsim Sha Tsui East
Distinguished guest lecturer Dr. Elizabeth Kandall will share with us: The Work of Sheldon Bach

Dr. Kandall has studied with Sheldon Bach since 2011. She will introduce us to his work, particularly his holistic concept of the Chimeras – (paper attached, please review it before her lecture).

SHELDON BACH, Ph.D., has devoted his career to understanding what patients are trying to accomplish through their symptoms and providing an environment that allow patients to get involved in a process they can trust and own. He is part of Freudian tradition in that he appreciates the formative influence of early life and the unconscious, but he is unconstrained by the conventional concepts of interpretation and resistance. He has a confidence in what can happen when conditions and approaches are right enough to make therapeutic work possible. His work is deeply influenced by Winnicott and Kohut. Over his more than 60 years of practice, Shelly has developed a deep trust of what can happen when a treatment finds a way to reach a patient through being available to their communication and looking for what, if anything feels real.

ELIZABETH KANDALL, Ph.D. is a clinical psychologist and psychoanalyst in private practice in New York City. She received her doctorate from CSPP in 1997, and certificate in psychoanalysis from NYU in 2012. She teaches at CAPA: Chinese American Psychoanalytic Association, on issues of termination of therapy, attachment theory, and the works of Donald Winnicott. She is co-founder of The Fostering Connection in New York: an NGO that created an innovative program using volunteer professionals to treat foster children. She is also a prolific poet and might be convinced to share some of her work.
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