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Events of Interest to the PSPP Community

The Community Calendar of the Alliance for Psychoanalytic Thought (aPt) also lists local programs of interest to mental health professionals who practice psychoanalysis and/or psychodynamic psychotherapy

Upcoming events

    • 20 Oct 2017
    • 8:00 AM - 12:00 PM
    • Philadelphia Ethical Society - 1906 Rittenhouse Square Philadelphia, PA 19103


    Courageous Conversations:  Challenging Oppressive Systems While Trapped in the Intersection of Historic and Contemporary Pain

    Kiran Arora, PhD and Deidre Ashton, LCSW

    HOSTED BY THE THERAPY CENTER OF PHILADELPHIA

    CO-SPONSORED BY PSPP

    Registration NOT Available through the PSPP website.  Please register through EventBrite at: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/courageous-conversations-5th-annual-fundraiser-ceu-event-tickets-37073104654?aff=

    PROGRAM DESCRIPTION

    We are living in a time where a troubled history is repeating itself. Many would argue that historic practices of targeted oppression have never changed, and that the spotlight is now just shining brighter for those who previously had the choice not to see it. Experiences of racism, white supremacy, trans-phobia, Islamophobia, and bigotry are alive in our communities. These inequities have been structurally embedded in the fabric of our democracy, policy making, wealth accumulation, and access to education and healthcare, to name a few. With the recent, overt expressions of persecution and oppression against marginalized people, these structural inequalities are more exposed and present in the consciousness of mainstream dialogues, including the therapy space. Emotional distress has become heightened by this hostile environment with marginalized communities feeling an increase in anxiety, panic, rage, and fear for their and their families’ lives. These symptoms are alive in clinicians’ sessions and relationships.

    The mental health field has traditionally taught an air of objectivity from the role of therapist. Yet, during these times of the continued “othering” of marginalized identities, more clinicians are questioning how does one help a client overcome political suffering that impacts them so personally? What can therapists do when someone presents with environmental causes of emotional distress like racism, Islamophobia, transphobia, and misogyny? Can the field of therapy focus on justice during times of suffering? What does this look like in the therapy relationship? Could the clinical community consider mental distress through a structural lens? How much responsibility does the clinician hold in making space for politics in their professional work?

    TCP’s 5th Annual Courageous Conversations Keynote Speaker, Kiran Arora, PhD, will propose how, using the therapeutic relationship and racially/culturally-informed treatment, clinicians can challenge oppressive systems at the intersection of historic and contemporary pain. Dr. Arora will discuss her own journey as a South Asian Canadian Sikh woman living in America as a pathway to understanding this pain and resiliency. Deidre Ashton, LCSW, will then offer a case presentation on how she uses her social locations and experiences as a Black, African American, cisgender, upper middle class, lesbian woman to inform therapeutic practices that facilitate healing from emotional and mental distress caused or exacerbated by oppression. Clinical comment and dialogue will be offered between the panelists to reflect on the case together and as a community.

    3 CEUs

    Special thanks to our co-sponsor, Philadelphia Society for Psychoanalytic Psychology, a local chapter of Division 39 of the APA.

    Featured Speakers Include:

    Thandiwe

    Kiran Arora, PhD, is an associate professor of Marriage and Family Therapy at Long Island University, Brooklyn. She is currently researching the impact of 9/11 on South Asian families and their relationships. Her research interests further include the expansion of theory and practice in family therapy training reflecting cultural diversity and social justice, exploring the connections between trauma and oppression in communities of color, and the intersections of race and religion. She is a psychotherapist at Tribeca Therapy in New York City. Kiran is on the editorial board of the Journal of Marital and Family Therapy. She has served on the American Family Therapy Academy (AFTA) Board of Directors and was Co-Chair for the 2015 AFTA conference. Kiran served as President of AFTA from 2015-2016.

    Laura

    Deidre Ashton, PA LCSW, NJ LCSW, is a licensed clinical social worker, specially trained in couple and family therapy, with 15 years of experience as a psychotherapist, supervisor, educator, consultant, and published author. She joined TCP as a clinical supervisor in 2016 and is a member TCP’s change team, a committee charged with promoting racial equity within the structure of TCP and in its clinical practice. In private practice, she specializes in providing socially just, and queer affirmative individual, couple, and family therapy, and clinical supervision. As an educator, Deidre has taught at both graduate and postgraduate institutions in the areas of context centered family systems therapy, developing cultural competence/humility, and social justice. As a member of the Race Institute, she delivers anti-racism training to K-12 educators, and not for profit organizations. Deidre has written about the LGBTQ family life cycle, and culturally affirmative therapy and supervision practices. 

    Learning Objectives:
    • Identify two components of racially-sensitive and culturally-informed treatment that acknowledges oppression.
    • Describe two ways that clinical work is directly linked to political trauma and structural inequalities. 
    • Explore how therapists can use “Self as Therapist” to facilitate clients to cope with the impact of the current political climate.
    • Demonstrate two strategies to challenge oppressive systems at the intersection of historic and contemporary political suffering.

    Sources: 
    • Kronenfeld, Jennie J., ed. (2010). The Impact of Demographics on Health and Health Care: Race, Ethnicity and other Social Factors. Bingley, UK: Emerald Group Limited. Print. 
    • Chen, Alex Y. and José J. Escarce. (2011). Quantifying Income-Related Inequality in Healthcare Delivery in the United States. Medical Care 42.1 (2004): 38-47. JSTOR. Web 2. Nov. 
    • Hardy, K.V. (2008) Race, Reality, and Relationships: Implications for the Re-Visioning of Family Therapy. In McGoldrick, M. & Hardy, K.V. (eds.), Revisioning Family Therapy (pp. 76-84). New York, NY: Guildford Press.

    Are you a TCP Partner? Receive a discount! 
    To learn more about the TCP Partners program, email ed@therapycenterofphila.org.

    Host Committee
    Want to get more involved? Be a part of the Host Committee! Purchase five or more tickets to receive a discount, connect with the Therapy Center network, and join us as a committee member at the event.

    • 5+ tickets, use HOST5 for a 10% discount at purchase
    • 10+ tickets, use HOST10 for a 15% discount at purchase

    Thanks to Our Sponsors!

    Gold Sponsor:
    Rotary Club of Philadelphia

    Silver Sponsor:
    Independence Blue Cross
    Leslie S. Zavodnick

    Bronze Sponsor:
    Berner Klaw & Watson LLP
    Brystol-Myers Squibb
    Margot Prendergast

    Emerald Sponsor:
    Michelle Angelo
    Phyllis Fischer
    Joanna Ghayad
    Joan Gordon
    Sri Rao
    Dorel Shanon
    Julie Spalding
    Jillian H. Zavodnick, MD

    Interested in sponsorship opportunities? Have questions? Email: leah@wittygritty.com.

    Schedule:

    8 to 8:30 am: Networking and Breakfast
    8:30 to 9 am: Welcome
    9 to 10:30 am Keynote Presentation - Kiran Arora, PhD
    10 to 11 am: Case Presentation – Deidre Ashton, LCSW
    11 to 11:30 am: Presenter Reflections in these Political Times
    11:30 to 11:50 am: Community Dialogue
    12:00 pm: Closing

    Continuing Education:
    This program is co-sponsored by the Philadelphia Society of Psychoanalytic Psychology (PSPP). PSPP is the local Chapter of Division 39 (Psychoanalysis) of the American Psychological Association. This program is intended for mental health professionals of all experience levels and theoretical orientations. It is not limited to individuals practicing in a psychoanalytic mode.

    Responsibility for Content:
    Division 39 is approved by the American Psychological Association to sponsor continuing education for psychologists. Division 39 maintains responsibility for this program and its content.

    Psychologists:
    This program, when attended in its entirety, is offered for 3 continuing education credits. Participants must attend 100% of the program. Upon completion of a conference evaluation form, a certificate will be issued. This serves as documentation of attendance for all participants.

    Social Workers and Other Mental Health:
    Social Workers, Marriage and Family Therapists, and Professional Counselors in Pennsylvania can receive 3 CEs from CE providers approved by the APA. Since Division 39 is approved by the APA to sponsor continuing education, these professionals will be able to fulfill their continuing education requirements by attending PSPP/Division 39 approved programs.

    Educators:
    ACT 48 credits are available to participants who hold an educational certificate in Pennsylvania. If you need Act 48 credits, please be sure to bring your PPID number to the event. Act 48 credits are processed by PSPP, and you will receive a letter in the mail documenting that you have earned 3 Act 48 credits a few weeks after the conference. 

    Participant's Accessibility and Non-discrimination, and Ethics:
    TCP, PSPP, and Division 39 are committed to accessibility and non-discrimination in continuing education activities and strive to conduct all activities in strict conformity with the American Psychological Association's Ethical Principles for Psychologists. Participants are asked to be aware of the need for privacy and confidentiality throughout the program. If program content becomes stressful, participants are encouraged to process these feelings during discussion periods. Participants with special needs will be accommodated as possible.

    If you believe that a violation of ethics has occurred during this presentation, or if you have concerns about such issues as handicapped accessibility, distress with regard to program content or other complaints, please contact Kelly Bassett, Ph.D. at 646-510-1593 or e-mail kellylynnbassett@hotmail.com .

    There is no commercial support for this program nor are there any relationships between the CE sponsor, presenting organization, presenter, program content, research, grants or other funding that could reasonably be construed as conflict of interest. During the program, the presenter will discuss the validity/utility of the content/approach as well as the limitations of the approach and most common risk factors, if any.


    A refund of 50% will be granted if requested before September 9. After this date, 25% of your ticket purchase will be refunded if needed.


    • 29 Oct 2017
    • 8:30 AM - 12:30 PM
    • Chestnut Hill College - The Chateau at Sugarloaf (9220 Germantown Ave Philadelphia PA 19118)
    • 12
    Register


    2017 Fall Program #2 Co-sponsored by Chestnut Hill College

    Navigating Chronic Suicidality: The Challenges and Rewards of a Dangerous Journey

    Victor Welzant, PsyD

    Sunday, October 29, 2017

    Registration 8:30 a.m., program starts at 9:00 a.m. and concludes at 12:30 p.m.

    Venue: Sugarloaf at Chestnut Hill College

    9220 Germantown Ave Philadelphia PA 19118

    3 CE Credits (This program will meet the PA Act 74 requirement for suicide prevention)

    PROGRAM DESCRIPTION

    There are few issues more threatening and unsettling than the suicidal patient. For many, suicidal thoughts and behavior may be an intense expression of pain and suffering, which pass once appropriate care is received. For others, suicidality is an ever-present part of their daily lives. Working with these “chronically suicidal” patients not only entails some of the challenges of acute moments of suicide, but often also potentially destructive and damaging conduct, such as self-injury, attacks on the treatment, and ongoing difficulty maintaining and regulating affect. Interestingly, these patients are often also able to make good use of therapy so long as both parties can contain difficult feelings and establish a collaborative treatment relationship.

    In this presentation, Victor Welzant, Psy.D., Director of the Postdoctoral Psychology Fellowship in Trauma at the Sheppard Pratt Health System, will talk about working with chronically suicidal patients. By blending contemporary theory along with in-depth clinical case examples, Dr. Welzant will help explicate the clinical skills required for both creating a sufficient holding environment, and also facilitating the type of clinical engagement required for understanding and processing chronic suicidality. Moreover, drawing from his years of clinical experience, Dr. Welzant will talk personally about some of the challenges of working with this population and the ways of tolerating the anxiety that chronic suicidality entails.

    Victor Welzant, PsyD, is the director of the Sheppard Pratt Health System Postdoctoral Psychology Fellowship in Trauma, and serves as the Director of Education and Training and past member of the Board of Directors of the International Critical Incident Stress Foundation, based in Ellicott City, MD. Currently, he serves on the board of directors of the International Society for the Study of Trauma and Dissociation (ISSTD), and serves as immediate past director and faculty of the ISSTD psychotherapy training program. Dr. Welzant maintains a private consulting and clinical practice in Towson, MD, where he specializes in the treatment of Trauma and Stress-Related conditions, organizational training, clinical consultation, and program development. He currently serves on the editorial boards of the International Journal of Emergency Mental Health, and Frontiers in the Psychotherapy of Trauma and Dissociation. Dr. Welzant lectures and consults internationally on the topics of crisis intervention, suicide, and the impact and treatment of trauma.

    TENTATIVE PROGRAM SCHEDULE

    8:30 a.m. to 9:00 a.m. - Registration

    9:00 a.m. to 9:15 a.m. - Introduction and Business Meeting

    9:15 a.m. to 10:45 a.m. – Presentation

    10:45 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. – Mid-morning Break

    11:00 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. – Presentation continues

    LEARNING OBJECTIVES

    1. Identify symptoms and patterns of chronically suicidal patients to facilitate clinical understanding of the dynamics of these treatments and to help the clinician provide early support to patients at risk. 

    2. Develop three skills for successfully creating a holding environment and utilize interventions with chronically suicidal patients to help keep the patient safe and in treatment. 

    3. Describe three strategies for the clinician to manage his/her anxiety while working with chronically suicidal patients in the service of clinician self-care and helping the clinician remain available to and effective with this population. 

    REFERENCES

    Bagge, C. L., Glenn, C. R., & Lee, H.-J. (2013). Quantifying the impact of recent negative life events on suicide attempts. Journal of Abnormal Psychology, 122(2), 359-368.

    Briggs, S., Goldblatt, M., Lindner, R., Maltsberger, T., & Fielder, G. (2012). Suicide and trauma: A case discussion. Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy, 26(1), 13–33.

    Holmes, J. (2011). Attachment theory and the suicidal patient. In M. Jobes (Ed.), Building a therapeutic alliance with the suicidal patient (pp. 149–167). Washington DC: APA.

    FEES

    Fees cover the cost of three continuing education credits, breakfast, light refreshments and coffee


    Prior to 10/13/17 / After 10/13/17:

    PSPP Members: $55 / $65

    Non-Member Professionals: $65 / $75

    Early Career Professionals*: $25 / $35

    Retired Professionals: $25 / $35

    Graduate Students: $10 / $15

    *Early career professionals are those within seven years of receiving their professional degree.

    Fees listed per person.  Space is limited, so please register as soon as possible.  Refunds requested prior to 10/29/17 paid in full, less a $20 administrative fee.

    REGISTRATION

    Online registration will be available at the PSPP website http://www.pspp.org/ through 10/27/17. Following this date, participants may register for the program at the door.

    Registration by mail is available by contacting: Dr. Sarah White, PSPP Membership Chair: 3804 Church Road, Mount Laurel, NJ 08504  

    This program is intended for mental health professionals with an intermediate level of knowledge and experience it is not limited to individuals practicing in a psychoanalytic mode.

    DIRECTIONS AND PARKING

    The Chateau at Sugarloaf is a quarter mile east of the Main entrance of Chestnut Hill College on Germantown Avenue in Philadelphia. It is located at the corner of Germantown Ave. and Bells Mill Rd. and has entrances from both roads. Follow either driveway all the way up the hill. Parking lot is just below the building.

    If using a GPS, use the following address:
    9220 Germantown Ave Philadelphia PA 19118

    Click here for a campus map

    From the North & East
    Take Route 95/New Jersey Turnpike South to Exit 6: Pennsylvania Turnpike/Route 276 West to Exit 333: Norristown. From the exit, stay to the right and follow Germantown Pike east toward Philadelphia. Continue for four miles to the College. The SugarLoaf campus entrance is on the right, a quarter-mile further east on Germantown Avenue.

    From the West

    Take Route 276/Pennsylvania Turnpike East to Exit 333: Norristown. From the exit, stay to the right and follow Germantown Pike east toward Philadelphia. Continue for four miles to the College. The SugarLoaf campus entrance is on the right, a quarter-mile further east on Germantown Avenue.

    From the South
    Follow I-95 North to Route 476 North to Exit 19: Germantown Pike East. Exit onto Chemical Road to the traffic light. Turn right onto Germantown Pike and continue four miles to the College. The SugarLoaf campus entrance is on the right, a quarter-mile further east on Germantown Avenue.

    By Train
    Both Septa Chestnut Hill East (R7) and the Chestnut Hill West (R8) lines go to the town of Chestnut Hill. (If using Chestnut Hill East (R7), walk two blocks down Chestnut Hill Avenue to Germantown Avenue). Heading West on Germantown Ave, Sugarloaf is about ¾ mile from either train station.

    CONTINUING EDUCATION (CEs) CREDITS 

    Division 39 is approved by the American Psychological  Association to sponsor continuing education for psychologists. Division 39 maintains responsibility for the program and its content. 

    PSYCHOLOGISTS: This program, when attended in its entirety, is offered for 3 (CEUs) continuing education credits. These credits can be used to fulfill the PA Act 74 requirement for education in suicide prevention. Participants must attend 100% of the program. Upon completion of a conference evaluation form, a certificate will be issued. This serves as documentation of attendance for all participants.  Psychologists will have their participation registered through Division 39. Division 39 is approved by the American Psychological  Association to sponsor continuing education for psychologists. Division 39 maintains responsibility for the program and its content. 

    SOCIAL WORKERS AND OTHER MENTAL HEALTH PROFESSIONALS: Social Workers, Marriage and Family Therapists, and Professional Counselors in PA can receive CEs from CE providers approved by the APA. Since Div 39 is approved by the APA to sponsor continuing education, those professionals will be able to fulfill their continuing education requirements by attending PSPP/Div 39 approved programs.

    EDUCATORS: Act 48 credits are available to participants who hold an educational certificate in PA. If you need act 48 credits please be sure to bring your PPID number to the conference. Act 48 credits are processed by PSPP, and you will receive a letter in the mail documenting that you have earned 3 Act 48 credits a few weeks after the conference.

    PARTICIPANTS ACCESSIBILITY, NON-DISCRIMINATION, and ETHICS

    PSPP and Division 39 are committed to accessibility and non-discrimination in continuing education activities and strive to conduct all activities in strict conformity with the American Psychological Association’s Ethical Principles for Psychologists. Participants are asked to be aware of the need for privacy and confidentiality throughout the program. If program content becomes stressful, participants are encouraged to process these feelings during discussion periods. 

    Participants with special needs will be accommodated as possible. If you believe that a violation of ethics has occurred during this presentation, or if you have concerns about such issues as accessibility for persons with disabilities, distress with regard to program content or other complaints, please contact Kelly Bassett, LP, MEd at 646-510-1593 or e-mail kelly@southjerseytherapy.com. There is no commercial support for this program nor are there any relationships between the CE sponsor, presenting organization, presenter, program content, research, grants or other funding that could reasonably be construed as conflict of interest. During the program, the presenter will discuss the validity/utility of the content/approach as well as the limitations of the approach and most common risk factors, if any.







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