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    CEU's for Saturday Dialogues - $10
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    Presenter: Chris Moseman, MA, LMHC

    Discussant: Joanne Della Penta, ART-BC, LMHC

    Apr 18th, 2020

    10am-12pm

    This presentation will engage the elements of non-verbal communication through art, affect, and the patient's presence-in-space in working with sexual trauma. A clinical case will be presented and a dialogue will explore the context of internal object formation that is being communicated between patient and analyst. This presentation will begin to address the complexity and issues that arise in non-verbal dialogue, and the immediacy of countertransference as a map for forming a therapeutic relationship.

    Fees

    Free to COR Members, $20 to Non-COR Members

    2 CEU Credits Available for extra $10

    Reduced fee memberships for new members will be available at the door for $35

    Free parking is available

    Questions?

    Contact Christopher Owen (206) 953-1073   christopherowen@comcast.net or Enika Cocoli Bowen (206) 321-9392  drcocoli@hotmail.com or Or visit the COR website at: https://centerforobjectrelations.org/


    About the Presenter and Discussant

    Chris Moseman, MA, LMHC is a psychotherapist in private practice in Tacoma and Seattle. He practices mainly from a psychoanalytically-informed perspective in work with children and adults. His prior background has included work within psychiatric hospitals, as a practicum facilitator at The Seattle School of Theology and Psychology, and work within a wilderness therapy setting. He is currently the Chair of the Technology Committee with COR, and a board member.   Joanne della Penta ART-BC, LMHC, is currently in her fourth year of analytic training at SPSI.  She began private practice in 2005 moving to full time in 2014.  Her practice is in Madison Park where she sees adolescents and adults.   She began as an art therapist at Fairfax Hospital in 1998.  She has have a certificate from COR, and is a practicing artist and dog lover.  
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    Presenter: Chris Moseman, MA, LMHC

    Discussant: Joanne Della Penta, ART-BC, LMHC

    Apr 18th, 2020

    10am-12pm

    This presentation will engage the elements of non-verbal communication through art, affect, and the patient's presence-in-space in working with sexual trauma. A clinical case will be presented and a dialogue will explore the context of internal object formation that is being communicated between patient and analyst. This presentation will begin to address the complexity and issues that arise in non-verbal dialogue, and the immediacy of countertransference as a map for forming a therapeutic relationship.

    Fees

    Free to COR Members, $20 to Non-COR Members

    2 CEU Credits Available for extra $10

    Reduced fee memberships for new members will be available at the door for $35

    Free parking is available

    Questions?

    Contact Christopher Owen (206) 953-1073   christopherowen@comcast.net or Enika Cocoli Bowen (206) 321-9392  drcocoli@hotmail.com or Or visit the COR website at: https://centerforobjectrelations.org/


    About the Presenter and Discussant

    Chris Moseman, MA, LMHC is a psychotherapist in private practice in Tacoma and Seattle. He practices mainly from a psychoanalytically-informed perspective in work with children and adults. His prior background has included work within psychiatric hospitals, as a practicum facilitator at The Seattle School of Theology and Psychology, and work within a wilderness therapy setting. He is currently the Chair of the Technology Committee with COR, and a board member.   Joanne della Penta ART-BC, LMHC, is currently in her fourth year of analytic training at SPSI.  She began private practice in 2005 moving to full time in 2014.  Her practice is in Madison Park where she sees adolescents and adults.   She began as an art therapist at Fairfax Hospital in 1998.  She has have a certificate from COR, and is a practicing artist and dog lover.  
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    Presenter: D. Michael Louderback, MA, LMHC

    Discussant: Sue Neel Carlson, MA, LMHC

    Feb 22nd, 2020

    10am-12pm

    The practice of psychodynamic psychotherapy is a bit like juggling while riding a unicycle. We ask ourselves to bring attention (and at some point, our comprehension) to multiple elements of emotional experience within our patient, within the therapeutic hour (and process) and within ourselves. Daunting? Yes, but also exhilarating. The best way to learn the craft is to begin where you are and prepare for some skinned knees along the way. We will work with some clinical material as well as share some aspects of our own development as therapists.

    Fees

    Free to COR Members, $20 to Non-COR Members

    2 CEU Credits Available for extra $10

    Reduced fee memberships for new members will be available at the door for $35

    Free parking is available

    Questions?

    Contact Christopher Owen (206) 953-1073   christopherowen@comcast.net or Enika Cocoli Bowen (206) 321-9392  drcocoli@hotmail.com or Or visit the COR website at: https://centerforobjectrelations.org/


    About the Presenter and Discussant

    D. Michael Louderback, M.A., LMHC is an analytic psychotherapist working with individuals and couples. His passion includes shame, trauma, and the LGBTQ community. He is a member of the COR and the NWAPS, as well as a writer for The Seattle School of Theology and Psychology. He enjoys writing, reading and the occasional ferry ride.   Sue N. Carlson, M.A., LMHC received her certificate in psychoanalysis from Northwestern Psychoanalytic Society and Institute in 2005. She is a psychoanalytically informed psychotherapist and supervisor in private practice, working with adults and couples. Sue has over 20 years of experience teaching and leading clinical case conferences for Antioch University Seattle, Northwest Psychoanalytic Society and Institute, Center for Object Relations, Seattle Psychoanalytic Society and Institute, and the Northwest Alliance for Psychoanalytic Study. She is a participating member of COR and the Alliance.  Sue enjoys yoga, playing the piano, cycling, her dog Leo, and being in the mountains.

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