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What is Bion’s theory of thinking and how can it enrich our clinical work?

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Enika Cocoli Bowen and Chris Moseman

Bion is a central figure in psychoanalysis whose theory of thinking greatly advanced our understanding of the mind and its processes. We will read some of Bion’s work and include in our discussion the frame within which he thought and wrote and how he advanced psychoanalytic theory.

Dates and Times

7:30 PM – 9:00 PM on six consecutive Thursdays

Beginning on April 11, 2019 and ending on May 16, 2019.


All classes held via Video conferencing (Zoom)


Fee $270

Fee includes 9 CEU Credits

Scholarships are Available for COR Members.  Please inquire by contacting office@nwfdc.org


Enika Cocoli Bowen, Ph.D. is a clinical psychologist in private practice in Everett. She began studies of clinical psychology and psychoanalysis in Milan, Italy, in 1996. Her interests have included empirical investigations of attachment theory in both theoretical and clinical settings. She devotes almost her entire practice to the psychoanalytically informed individual therapy of adults. She works with students of The Seattle School by providing supplemental clinical supervision regarding their clinical internships, provides clinical supervision to more established clinicians, and with less frequency, she assists individuals, couples, and attorneys with psychological assessments, in the context of divorce and custody cases. She is a past president of COR and is currently a member of COR Board of Directors.


Chris Moseman, MA, LMHC is a psychotherapist who has been in private practice for 8 years, with offices 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.

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