WHEN: March 6, 2019 @ 7:15 pm – 9:00 pm
WHERE: Austin Energy Building at 721 Barton Springs Road
PRESENTED BY: Randy Frazier, PhD and Marianna Adler, PhD
Come join Dr. Marianna Adler and Dr. Randy Frazier as they lead our discussion on the understanding of Countertransference and it’s utilization in the therapeutic relationship.
A brief overview of the concept of Countertransference will be presented along with clinical examples as a gateway to our group discussion of this important topic. We will consider ways in which the analyst’s countertransference can be used to further the work of the treatment and how it might, at times, become an obstacle in the treatment leading
to an impasse.
Dr. Adler, Ph.D., is a psychoanalyst in Austin Texas where she offers psychotherapy and psychoanalysis to adults as well as consultation to professionals at all levels of experience. She is on the faculty of the Center for Psychoanalytic Studies in Houston.
Dr. Frazier, PhD, is a psychologist in private practice in Austin Texas. He provides individual, group and couples psychotherapy from a psychoanalytically informed perspective. His graduate studies and research were steeped in Attachment, Object Relations and Family Systems theories. He has taught graduate courses in the Counseling Psychology program at UT and currently supervises graduate students from that program. Dr Frazier has been an active member in Austin Society for Psychoanalytic Psychology/Austin Psychoanalytic since the 1990’s as well as the Austin Group Psychotherapy Society.
There is no registration for the monthly meetings and they are free to the public. All current members of Austin Psychoanalytic will receive a CE certificate following the meeting. If you are a non-member and would like to obtain a CE certificate following the meeting, please pay the $10 fee below.
Non-Member CE certificate