In anticipation of his visit to Seattle in February 2019, the Center for Object Relations is excited to offer a clinically-focused webinar with Dr. Avedis Panajian that will explore the issues of mourning and grief as they manifest in the consulting room between therapists and patients.
This webinar will feature clinical cases, presented by local therapists, in which the normal processes of loss and mourning have been complicated or disrupted. Dr. Panajian will provide his clinical and human insights on these cases, drawn from over 40 years of teaching and practice in psychoanalysis, psychotherapy, and clinical psychology. Participants are encouraged to comment and ask Dr. Panajian questions from their own clinical experience. This webinar is intended as a preparatory class for his visit on February 15 and 16 at The Seattle School of Theology and Psychology. We hope you will join us for this unique learning opportunity!
Saturday, January 19th, 2019
9am PST to 10:30am PST
COR Member: $15
CEUs for an additional $10
Zoom Meeting – participate from anywhere in the world on your computer!
For questions, please contact
Kathleen Heppell at firstname.lastname@example.org
or call the COR office at (206) 443-9045
About the Presenter
Avedis Panajian, Ph.D., ABPP, is a Fellow of the International Psychoanalytical Association, a certified psychoanalyst, researcher, senior lecturer, and licensed psychologist in California. He has served as a board member of the Western Regional Board for Diplomates in Clinical Psychology of the American Board of Professional Psychology. He has chaired Diplomate examinations and served as a licensure examiner for many years for the California Board of Psychology. He has also received the Distinguished Educator Award from the California Board of Psychology.
Dr. Panajian is a supervising and training analyst at the Psychoanalytic Center of California, Institute of Contemporary Psychoanalysis and at the Newport Psychoanalytic Institute. Dr. Panajian’s research interests include infantile development, trauma, and the treatment of severe emotional disorders.