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Office Address

ANZAP Ltd
PO Box 4087
HOMEBUSH SOUTH   NSW   2140


Tel: (02) 8004 9873 if calling from Australia
Tel: (04)   887 0300 if calling from New Zealand

Fax: (02) 9012 0546

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News

2017 ANNOUNCEMENTS



SATURDAY MORNING SEMINAR

How do we best care for ourselves as Therapists?


Presented by Linda M MacKay
& Elisabeth Shaw


Live streaming available

Sydney University
New Law Seminar Room 100
Saturday, 29 April 2017
9.30 am – 12.30 pm

Our speakers will address this question from a variety of viewpoints with particular attention to working with trauma.

The presentation will help us think about factors which contribute to our successful practice and effectiveness as therapists, at the same time as valuing our own welfare and preserving our health and wellbeing.

Both our speakers are experienced therapists and supervisors who have written and lectured in this area of practice. They have much food for thought to offer us!

Register here to attend in person or to live stream this event

https://www.trybooking.com/273956

 
How Do We “Know” What We “Know And Change What we “Know”?

Saturday - 26 March 2011, 9.00 am – 12 noon
(Please note the earlier than usual starting time of 9 am sharp)

The Garvan Institute of Medical Research,
384 Victoria Street, Darlinghurst, Sydney
(entry from Bourke Street opposite the side of St Vincent’s Public Hospital)

Theories of psychological development and therapeutic action require an understanding of how we learn, how we remember, how memory affects ongoing organization of experience, and how past learning, memory and psychological organization are transformed.

 
Integrating the latest developments in cognitive science into a psychoanalytic framework, Dr. Fosshage’s specific focus in this presentation is on how the implicit and explicit affective/cognitive systems encode information for processing and memory and how the encoding formats and learning processes of the implicit system affect its accessibility to higher order reflective consciousness and change processes.

In addition, he will delineate a variety of factors that contribute to the variability of procedural knowledge, as well as explicit attitudes, to reflective conscious access. These considerations play a major role in what Dr. Fosshage has proposed as two fundamental, interrelated pathways of therapeutic action involving explicit reflective exploration and implicit learning that occur in the psychoanalytic encounter. Rather than change taking place primarily through reflective exploration, the traditional focus, or primarily through implicit relational learning, a more recent proposal, Dr. Fosshage is emphasizing the interplay between the implicit and explicit systems for therapeutic change.

This Seminar will be sold out.  To secure your place, complete the attached registration form and return with your payment to the ANZAP office at the address listed.

James L. Fosshage, Ph.D., is Past President of the International Association for Psychoanalytic Self Psychology (IAPSP) and Advisory Board Member of the International Association for Psychoanalysis and Psychotherapy (IARPP).

He is Co-founder, Board Director and Faculty member of the National Institute for the Psychotherapies (NYC); Founding Faculty Member, Institute for the Psychoanalytic Study of Subjectivity (NYC); Clinical Professor of Psychology of the New York University Postdoctoral Program in Psychotherapy and Psychoanalysis (Co-Founder of Relational Track); and Faculty, Stephen A. Mitchell Center (NYC). Dr. Fosshage is on the editorial boards of 7 journals, including Psychoanalytic Inquiry, International Journal of Psychoanalytic Self Psychology, and Psychoanalytic Dialogues.

He is the author and co-author of over 100 psychoanalytic publications, including 7 books. He began his publications on dreams with his first book in 1978 and revised in 1987, co-authored with Clemens Loew, Dream Interpretation: A Comparative Study. His last book, co-authored with Joseph Lichtenberg and Frank Lachmann, is entitled Psychoanalysis and Motivation: A New Look (2010). He is currently working on a volume focusing on the implicit and explicit dimensions of psychoanalytic change. Website: www.jamesfosshage.net

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