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Practicing in Global Crisis: A COR Response to Pandemic Concern

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We invite you to attend a special online meeting to come together as clinicians in order to support one another and urgently, thoughtfully consider a therapeutic response to COVID-19.

A panel of discussants and a moderator will investigate clinical work in this challenging time through an Object Relations lens.

Those who join us on a digital platform will be invited to contribute to the dialog on three primary features of clinical work:

  • hearing and experiencing sessions in this moment from an Object Relations perspective
  • practicalities: adopting protective public health measures within our practices.
  • containing anxiety: organizing principals of psychoanalytic/dynamic work in a time of crisis

Date and Time: March 19th, 2020 from 7:30pm-9pm

Location: Online via Zoom

Fee: Free

— Save the Date. More details about this no-cost online event forthcoming. —
To receive an email with a link for the information to access the web meeting, Please contact:
Allison Chow

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