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May, 2021

Tuesday
4
5:30 PM
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First Quarter - September 8 - October 27, 2020
Psychoanalytic Approach to Psychotherapy 5:30 PM
Development I 7:00 PM

Second Quarter - November 3, 2020 - January 12, 2021
Theory I 5:30 PM
Development II 7:00 PM
NO CLASSES: Tuesday, November 24th, December 22nd, or December 29th

Third Quarter - January 19 - March 9, 2021
Technique I 5:30 PM
Clinical Case Conference 7:00 PM

Fourth Quarter - March 16 - May 11, 2021
Psychopathology 5:30 PM
Clinical Case Conference 7:00 PM
NO CLASSES: Tuesday, March 30th
Tuesday
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First Semester September 8 - January 12, 2021
5:30 PM
7:00 PM
NO CLASSES: Tuesday, November 24th, December 22nd, or December 29th

Second Semester January 19 - May 18, 2021
5:30 PM
7:00 PM
NO CLASSES: Tuesday, March 30th
Friday
7
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In 2000, developmental psychologist Jeffrey Arnett first proposed a new phase of development, “emerging adulthood,” also known as young adulthood. This phase reportedly centers around the challenges of identity, role exploration, and subjective experience, influenced by changes in demographics and contemporary culture. The concept received little reaction from psychoanalysts, according to Gilmore (2019), likely because psychoanalytic theory historically placed little emphasis on adult development. Based on her review, she believes that concepts of adulthood and identity warrant legitimacy in contemporary psychoanalysis. Chused (2017) expanded the psychoanalytic view of emerging adulthood, noting that the transition from adolescence to adulthood involves processes of disidentification from parents. Difficulties may be manifested by the emerging adult’s rebelliousness or idealization and overdependency on parents. Bonovitz (2018) further asserted that the young adult’s individuation process is more complicated when narcissistically vulnerable parents are unable to allow themselves to be symbolically “killed off.” Bonovitz and Chused provided detailed case examples to illustrate these dynamics.
Tuesday
11
5:30 PM
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First Quarter - September 8 - October 27, 2020
Psychoanalytic Approach to Psychotherapy 5:30 PM
Development I 7:00 PM

Second Quarter - November 3, 2020 - January 12, 2021
Theory I 5:30 PM
Development II 7:00 PM
NO CLASSES: Tuesday, November 24th, December 22nd, or December 29th

Third Quarter - January 19 - March 9, 2021
Technique I 5:30 PM
Clinical Case Conference 7:00 PM

Fourth Quarter - March 16 - May 11, 2021
Psychopathology 5:30 PM
Clinical Case Conference 7:00 PM
NO CLASSES: Tuesday, March 30th
Tuesday
11
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First Semester September 8 - January 12, 2021
5:30 PM
7:00 PM
NO CLASSES: Tuesday, November 24th, December 22nd, or December 29th

Second Semester January 19 - May 18, 2021
5:30 PM
7:00 PM
NO CLASSES: Tuesday, March 30th
Friday
21
Virtual until further notice
 
Saturday
22
Saturday
22
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This conference will explore the relation between sexuality and attachment, both as separate and related phenomenon. The clinical cases presented will be used to address difficulties around the modulation of excitement, as well as patterns of distress and regulation that are observed in current infant research. We will focus on the developmental trajectory of sexuality, including the classic themes of overstimulation, seduction, and betrayal in the early relationship to the mother. Particular attention will be given to the details of clinical work with overtly sexual material and with the analyst’s own sexual subjectivity. This conference is intended for clinicians with a beginning to advanced level of understanding of psychoanalytic theory.
Dallas Psychoanalytic Center
PO Box 670218 | Dallas, Texas | 75367-0218
Phone: 214-471-5524
dallaspsychoanalyticcenter@gmail.com