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Traces of Repentance and Redemption in Clinical Practice

Wednesday, September 18th 2019
1:00 PM EDT

Presenter: Dov Finkelstein, LCSW

60 minutes

Learning Objectives:
  1. Show the benefits of cultural sensitive therapy
  2. Understanding human nature from a Judaic/Kabblistic perspective
  3. How the Judaic understanding relates to clinical work
Agenda:

Explain the benefit of understanding clinical work in context of the therapist's and client's religious/cultural context. Provide an overview of human nature, repentance and redemption from a Hasidic/Kabbalistic point of view based on the writings of Rabbi Isaac Hutner. Show how similar concepts are inherent in the clinical situation. A case example will be provided to show how this can resolve possible conflicts between religion and psychotherapy.

Resources for further study:
Melanie Suchet (2016) Surrender, Transformation, and Transcendence, Psychoanalytic Dialogues, 26:6, 747-760.

Eshel, O. (2019). The Emergence of Analytic Oneness: Into the Heart of Psychoanalysis. Routledge: New York.

Atlas, G. & Aron, L. (2018). Dramatic Dialogue: Contemporary Clinical Practice. Routledge: New York.

This webinar offers 1 NYS ED Contact Hour

This course will explain the benefit of understanding clinical work in context of the therapist's and client's religious/cultural context. It will provide an overview of human nature and the place of repentance and redemption from a Hasidic/Kabbalistic point of view based on the writings of Rabbi Isaac Hutner. It will also show how similar concepts are inherent in the clinical situation. A case example will be provided to show how this can resolve possible conflicts between religion and psychotherapy.

Learning Objectives:
  1. Show the benefits of cultural sensitive therapy
  2. Understanding human nature from a Judaic/Kabblistic perspective
  3. How the Judaic understanding relates to clinical work
Agenda:

Explain the benefit of understanding clinical work in context of the therapist's and client's religious/cultural context. Provide an overview of human nature, repentance and redemption from a Hasidic/Kabbalistic point of view based on the writings of Rabbi Isaac Hutner. Show how similar concepts are inherent in the clinical situation. A case example will be provided to show how this can resolve possible conflicts between religion and psychotherapy.

Resources for further study:
Melanie Suchet (2016) Surrender, Transformation, and Transcendence, Psychoanalytic Dialogues, 26:6, 747-760.

Eshel, O. (2019). The Emergence of Analytic Oneness: Into the Heart of Psychoanalysis. Routledge: New York.

Atlas, G. & Aron, L. (2018). Dramatic Dialogue: Contemporary Clinical Practice. Routledge: New York.

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