Friday Night Papers: Autism and Separation with Ellen Marakowitz at IPTAR

Friday Night Papers is an IPTAR Event scheduled in coordination with the IPTAR Program Committee

REGISTRATION https://iptar.org/event/asylum-and-separation-a-new-birth/ Ellen Marakowitz, PhD

Ellen Marakowitz, PhD, LP, is a member of IPTAR.   At IPTAR, she is on the faculty of the Respecialization Program, is on the Board of Directors and the Institute Board, and also supervises candidates. She is a member of the faculty of the Department of Anthropology at Columbia University where she is the Director of the Master’s Program in Anthropology.

Asylum and Separation: A New Birth

In this paper Dr. Marakowitz explores how the forced separation of an asylum seeker from their home country was reflected through various separation processes and conflicts.  Parallel elements of personal and familial history were linked in the journey toward legal asylum.   The intersection of home country, new country, old and new friends, and the therapeutic alliance in the treatment all played a role in the separation process.

                                           

Learning Objectives

1) Learn about political/legal factors of asylum seekers in the treatment context

2) Learn about analytic work with asylum seekers

3) Consider the ideas of separation (legal and psychological) for asylum seekers

 

 

Teaching Method: Lecture and Discussion.

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