Intro to Field Theory

Instructor: Enika Cocoli Bowen

What is field theory? What does this development in psychoanalytic theory mean? Who are its leading thinkers? This class is an introduction to Field Theory, a body of theoretical refinement that developed through the work of Melanie Klein on projective identification and Bion’s study of transformations. The course will cover original papers that are identified as initiators of field theory and will conclude with contemporary publications.

Category Details
Time Wednesdays at 7:30 – 9:00 pm
Dates October 5,  October 12,  October 19,  October 26  (2022)
Location Online via Zoom
Fee COR Members: $200
Class Size Minimum of 5 and no maximum limit
CEUs 1.5 for each attended class; 6.0 hours total

Scholarships Are Available

For many years, thanks to a generous donor, COR has been able to offer scholarships to those who need financial assistance. Please complete the Scholarship Request Form if you need a scholarship.

Enika Cocoli Bowen
Enika Cocoli BowenPhD
Enika Cocoli Bowen, PhD, is a clinical psychologist in private practice. She began studies of clinical psychology and psychoanalysis in Milan, Italy, in 1996. She devotes almost her entire practice to the psychoanalytically informed individual therapy of adults. She is a former president of COR and long-serving member of COR Board of Directors.

Course CEU Tests and Evaluation

As as a part of Washington State requirements, each student who is wanting to claim class credits toward their license CEUs is required to complete a quiz, with a passing grade of 70%. You can take the quiz as many times as needed. Once the class is completed the final quiz will also have a course evaluation, which is also required, but can be completed anonymously.


Quiz Links

Week 1 – 10/5/22 Quiz 1
Week 2 – 10/12/22 Quiz 2
Week 3 – 10/19/22 Quiz 3
Week 4 – 10/26/22 Quiz 4 / Evaluation

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