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Clinical Uses of Dreams: Part II
Pittsburgh Psychoanalytic Center Library
Pittsburgh, PA
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Clinical Uses of Dreams: Part II
Pittsburgh Psychoanalytic Center

401 Shady Ave. Suite B-101
Pittsburgh, PA  15206
7:00-9:00 p.m.

COST:  $50 for 2 CMEs/CEs; $35 without CMEs/CEs

Presented by: Ronald Jalbert, Ph.D. and Thomas B. Janoski, Ph.D.
This presentation is a continuation of the previous one about analytic perspectives on the nature of dreams.  The main focus of this presentation is the application of analytic views of dreams within the clinical setting.  Various factors of dreams to be examined include, among others, the timing and manner that dream material is conveyed (the dream narrative in oral, written forms and/or within the transference/ countertransference phenomena), the consequent secondary elaboration of the dream experience (a testament of the conscious-unconscious interface), the symbolic dimension of dream imagery (multi-layered and over-determined imagery that speaks of another scene) and issues of temporality (dreams emerging from complexes that reflect conflicts harkening to past events or that point to emergent psychic development).  Our pluralistic analytic approach to dreams will acknowledge contributions from Freud, Jung, Bion, Meltzer, and Lacan as well as some insights gleaned from empirical dream research along with more recent analytic contributions.

Rather than emphasizing differences, the assumption is that the various models on dreams can amplify and complement each other and that an integration of multiple viewpoints allows for a more thorough appreciation of the richness and depth of dream experience.

Participants are asked to bring a dream to be analyzed. This can be a dream reported by a client in their practice or one of their own dreams, which can be disguised as a dream reported by another.  Specific details of the dreamers life can be disguised or altered to preserve the anonymity of the dreamer.

Learning Objectives:
1.  Participants will describe and explain at least two models by which dreams may be approached in clinical practice.
2.  Participants will practice analyzing sample dreams using the approach presented.

Ronald Jalbert, Ph.D. is a Jungian Analyst and faculty member at Pittsburgh Psychoanalytic Center. Dr. Jalbert has presented numerous programs in the Pittsburgh community on Jungian analytic topics and brings a depth of knowledge and experience to his presentation. He has presented in several venues through out the United States as well as in Canada, France and Switzerland. His most recent publication, Revue de Psychologie Analytique: Psychanalyse jungienne: cliniques et theories, can be found in the Journal of Analytical Psychology.

Thomas B. Janoski, Ph.D. is President of the Pittsburgh Psychoanalytic Center and has been a faculty member at PPC for nearly a decade. He is a frequent presenter on psychoanalytic topics in the Pittsburgh community.

Continuing Medical Education Statement
This activity has been planned and implemented in accordance with the accreditation requirements and policies of the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education through the joint providership of the American Psychoanalytic Association and Pittsburgh Psychoanalytic Center. The American Psychoanalytic Association is accredited by the ACCME to provide continuing medical education for physicians. The American Psychoanalytic Association designates this Live Activity for a maximum number of (2)  AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)™. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.

Important Disclosure Information For All Learners
None of the planners and presenters of this CME program have any relevant financial relationships to disclose.

APA-American Psychological Association Statement
Pittsburgh Psychoanalytic Center is approved by the American Psychological Association to sponsor continuing education programs for psychologists.

Pittsburgh Psychoanalytic Center maintains responsibility for the program and its content.  

This program is being offered for 2.0 continuing education credits.

Participants must pay tuition fee, sign in, attend the entire seminar, and complete an evaluation in order to receive a certificate of completion. Participants not fulfilling these requirements will not receive a certificate. Partial credit is not available.          

Need more information?  
Call Pittsburgh Psychoanalytic Center @ 412-661-4224 or email:  administration@pghpsa.org


Pittsburgh Psychoanalytic Center Library (View)
401 Shady Ave. Suite B-101
Pittsburgh, PA 15206
United States


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On BPT Since: Jan 21, 2012
Mia Bernard

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