Emotionally Corrective Experiences and Enduring Change in Brief Dynamic Psychotherapy

Emotionally Corrective Experiences and Enduring Change in Brief Dynamic Psychotherapy

5.00 - 45.00
Hanna Levenson will use video clips to illustrate how interwoven relational and technical change processes brought about the patient’s enduring change in a six-session time-limited dynamic psychotherapy (TLDP). Originally conceived in the 1940’s, the corrective emotional experience (CEE) was described as the analyst’s intentionally behaving in a way that is opposite of the patient’s experience of early caregivers. However, today’s conception of the CEE is more refined and yet elegantly simple. Drawing on the neurobiological mechanism of memory reconsolidation, Dr. Levenson will illustrate how CEEs can effect meaningful and lasting change. TLDP is an empirically supported approach, and researchers have undertaken to analyze this six-session therapy in particular. In this presentation, Dr. Levenson will put forward that the paradigm of memory reconsolidation in the form of corrective emotional experiences can be used intentionally by psychodynamic therapists to relieve suffering more effectively and efficiently. Will be held on Zoom. CEUs: 1.5.
Saturday, April 30, 2022
From 1:00 to 2:30pm
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