“Tears of Stone: Terror in the Face of Medusa” with Stan Case, LCSW, PhD (SPSI Scientific Session)

Online via Zoom

Early in life, if mothering is experienced as othering, frightened and frightening attachment expectations can get set in stone. Winnicott said that the infant’s first mirror is the mother’s face, in which the infant learns to feel seen and known, and to feel for and know the other. Developmental research shows how a caregiver’s “still