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Grand Rounds at MSPP: Treating Complex Patients

Jun 15, 2012 9:00 am -
Jun 15, 2012 12:00pm

Event Description

A Case Conference Series

 

Grand Rounds at MSPP:

Treating Complex Patients

 

Friday, June 15, 2012 | 9:00 am – 12:00 pm at MSPP

 

In the rapid pace of service delivery in challenging economic times, there is not enough opportunity to slow down and deeply explore the process of an effective psychotherapeutic relationship and treatment. MSPP is now offering periodic case conferences with senior clinicians from different theoretical perspectives reflecting on a single case. In this three hour CE format, a case will be presented and discussed by the treating clinician and by senior colleagues. Please join us for our first in this series with a case presented by Anne Waters, PsyD of the MSPP faculty and discussed by Steven Cooper, PhD, Alexandra Harrison, MD and Edmund C. Neuhaus, PhD, ABPP.

 

Program Code: TCP3 
3 CE Credits
Location: at MSPP, West Roxbury/Boston


Steven Cooper, PhD, is a Clinical Associate Professor of Psychology at Harvard Medical School. He is a psychoanalyst in full time practice. He is a couples therapist and works with adolescents and adults. Dr. Cooper is also a family business consultant and small business consultant. Dr. Cooper is a Training and Supervising Analyst at the Boston Psychoanalytic Society and Institute and Faculty and Supervising Analyst at the Massachusetts Institute for Psychoanalysis. He has served as Joint Editor-in-Chief of Psychoanalytic Dialogues since 2007.

 

Alexandra Murray Harrison, MD, practices adolescent and pediatric psychiatry in Cambridge, MA. She is an Assistant Clinical Professor in Psychiatry at Harvard Medical School; Training and Supervising Analyst, The Boston Psychoanalytic Society and Institute in Adult and Child and Adolescent Psychoanalysis; and Core Faculty of the Infant-Parent Mental Health Post Graduate Certificate Program at University of Massachusetts Boston. Her academic Interests include: Evaluation and treatment of young children and their families, psychoanalysis and psychotherapy, theory of therapeutic action, videotape microanalysis for use in research, clinical work, and teaching.

 

Edmund C. Neuhaus, PhD, ABPP, has, for two decades, designed CBT training curricula and trained hundreds of psychology interns, post-doctoral fellows, psychiatry residents, and graduate students. He is an Assistant Clinical Professor of Psychology at the Harvard Medical School and former Co-Director of Psychology Training at McLean Hospital. Dr. Neuhaus directed McLean’s Behavioral Health Partial Hospital Program for many years, which treats patients with mood, anxiety, and personality disorders, with an additional specialty program for borderline personality disorder. In his capacity as Director, Dr. Neuhaus designed flexible group therapy protocols that distill the best of evidence-based research to meet the needs of a heterogeneous patient population. He also has developed comprehensive programming for patients with borderline personality disorder with co-morbid mood and anxiety disorders. Currently, Dr. Neuhaus’ and his research colleagues at McLean are exploring the process of CBT skills acquisition to determine the extent to which skills are mediators of symptom reduction and functional improvement. Early results are promising, indicating that skill acquisition may be an important component of recovery from psychiatric illness. Dr. Neuhaus earned his PhD in Clinical Psychology from Clark University in Worcester, MA. He received his pre- and post-doctoral psychology training at McLean Hospital and Harvard Medical School. He began as a mental health worker at McLean on an inpatient unit, then as part of his doctoral training he became a psychology intern in 1987. He states: “I started at the bottom and learned from the best teachers along the way. While I have worked at McLean for the better part of 20 years, I’ve had numerous positions in a wide range of programs—inpatient, outpatient, partial hospital, residential, administrative, research, and of course teaching.”

 

Anne Waters, PsyD, is an alumna of MSPP and joined the MSPP faculty in 2002. She is the former Director of Psychology Training at Faulkner Hospital and received psychoanalytic training at the Massachusetts Institute for Psychoanalysis (MIP). She is interested in comparative psychoanalytic theory and making psychoanalytic principles applicable to a diversity of patient populations and treatment settings. She has a private practice in Newton with a clinical specialty in individual therapy, couples therapy, and psychoanalysis. At MSPP, she teaches Clinical Seminar for first and second year students and Clinical Practice of Psychodynamic Therapy. At Faulkner Hospital, she co-leads an intern seminar for MSPP students and social work students who are training on the adult inpatient unit at Faulkner Hospital.


Event Type:Continuing Education Program
Category:Counseling & Psychotherapy
Early registration ends on Jan 19, 2012.
Regular registration starts on Jan 20, 2012 and ends on Jun 04, 2012.
Late registration starts on Jun 05, 2012.

 

Registration Fees
Fee TypeEarlyRegularLate
 Grand Rounds at MSPP: Treating Complex Patients (TCP3)
Member Fee: $65.00$65.00$65.00
Non-Member Fee: $65.00$65.00$65.00
 

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