"Stimulated by the work of D.W. Winnicott, we explore the role of the imagination in ordinary and extraordinary life with the goals of helping therapists better understand their patient's subjective experiences.The activity of the imagination fills our waking and sleeping hours. Our imagination affects both our relationships to people and to the inanimate world, and is an essential ingredient in the creative process."


After completion of this program you will be able to:

1. Differentiate a 'transitional object' and 'transitional space'.

2. Discuss 'good enough' mothering.

3. Describe the function of the external threat.

4. Discuss the association of psychodynamics with psychotherapy.

Conference Recordings
format mp3 audio
Presenter(s) F. Robert Rodman, Peter Lowenberg, Andre Green, Jerome Oremland, Oliver Saks, James Grotstein
Time 14 hours
Year 1990
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