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Foundations of Psychoanalytic Listening

Tuesday, July 7th 2020
12:00 PM EDT

Presenter: Chaya Rubin, Ph.D.

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60 minutes

Learning Objectives:
  1. Participants will be able to describe both the role of listening and the various levels of listening in psychodynamic work
  2. Participants will be able to recognize symbolic meaning embedded in speech
  3. Participants will be able to describe how transference/ countertransference can be used to better inform one’s listening
Agenda:

Introduction to psychoanalytic listening 

Listening for the unconscious 

Listening for transference and countertransference

Listening to language 

Silence and the place of interpretation

Questions, summary,  and conclusion

Resources for further study:
Langs, R. (1978). The Listening Process. New York: Jason Aronson.
Reik, T. (1948). Listening with the third ear: The inner experience of a psychoanalyst. New York:
Grove Press
Schafer, R. (1983). The analytic attitude. New York, NY: Basic Books

This webinar offers 1 NYS ED Contact Hour

This introductory webinar will provide a general overview of the concept of psychoanalytic listening including an exploration of the role of free association, the mechanisms of transference and countertransference and how these phenomena relate to a therapist's capacity to listen most effectively to the spoken and unspoken. It will also highlight how the maintenance of a particular therapeutic stance is helpful in becoming more attuned to latent material.

Considerations for listening within the  framework of teletherapy will also be examined.

Learning Objectives:
  1. Participants will be able to describe both the role of listening and the various levels of listening in psychodynamic work
  2. Participants will be able to recognize symbolic meaning embedded in speech
  3. Participants will be able to describe how transference/ countertransference can be used to better inform one’s listening
Agenda:

Introduction to psychoanalytic listening 

Listening for the unconscious 

Listening for transference and countertransference

Listening to language 

Silence and the place of interpretation

Questions, summary,  and conclusion

Resources for further study:
Langs, R. (1978). The Listening Process. New York: Jason Aronson.
Reik, T. (1948). Listening with the third ear: The inner experience of a psychoanalyst. New York:
Grove Press
Schafer, R. (1983). The analytic attitude. New York, NY: Basic Books

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