This event is co-sponsored by Austin Psychoanalytic and Center for Psychoanalytic Studies.
January 23, 2021
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Instructional Level: Advanced
Abstract: Dr. Kernberg will present the common elements of technique and differences in their application, relevance for psychoanalysis of new technical developments of Transference Focused Psychotherapy, and the impact on clinical practice when the therapist has been trained in both approaches.
Bio: Dr. Kernberg is Director of the Personality Disorders Institute at the New York Presbyterian Hospital, Westchester Division, and Professor of Psychiatry at the Weill Medical College at Cornell University. He is Past-President of the International Psychoanalytic Association. He is also Training and Supervising Analyst of the Columbia University Center for Psychoanalytic Training and Research. He has received numerous awards for his excellence in Psychiatry. He is also the author of 12 books and co-author of 12 others.
- Describe the partial modification of psychoanalytic techniques in transference focused psychotherapy.
- Describe 2 specific technical interventions for severely regressed patients.
- Describe 2 indications and 2 contraindications for both psychoanalysis and transference focused psychotherapy in the realm of severe personality disorders.
- List 2 frequent mistakes in the treatment of severe personality disorders.
- Differentiate more precisely other alternative models of psychoanalytic theory.
1) Foelsch, P. & Kernberg, O. (1998). Transference-focused psychotherapy for borderline personality disorder. Psychotherapy in Practice, 4: 67-90.
2) Kernberg, O. (2014). An overview of the treatment of severe narcissistic pathology. International Journal of Psychoanalysis, 95: 865-888.
3) Kernberg, O. (2016). New developments in transference focused psychotherapy. International Journal of Psychoanalysis, 97: 385-407.
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