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Recurring Event Event Series: Development III: Adolescence

Development III: Adolescence

March 25 @ 1:45 pm - 3:15 pm, Wyman Classroom

Third Year Adult Psychoanalytic Training (APT)
2021-22, 3rd Trimester — Fridays, 1:45-3:15pm
Donald Schimmel, PhD
Flaviane Ferreira, MD LMHC


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Introduction

Welcome to our seminar on Adolescence. This course begins with pubescence and ends with late adolescence and emerging adulthood. The aim of this course is to familiarize you with the central developmental challenges associated with early, middle, and late adolescence, as well as emerging adulthood. In addition, throughout this seminar, we will explore how to understand adolescent pathology. The readings draw from a combination of classical and modern articles.

Our aim is also to provide you with an understanding of the manifold interacting elements that influence psychological development during the adolescent years. We intend to discuss the concepts of adolescent sexuality, drive resurgence, object removal, formal operational thinking, identity consolidation and several special issues and challenges in the psychoanalytic treatment of adolescents. Our hope is that this seminar will enrich your work with adults. Indeed, many of you who treat adults may find yourselves confronted with individuals who, from a developmental perspective, have not completed certain adolescent tasks.

March 25, 2022 — Introduction – Historical Review

[28 pages]

[26 pages]

We begin with a brief discussion of development from adolescence to adulthood. Historical and cultural changes that have occurred as the world has shifted from an industrial to a digital era have caused today’s youth to traverse development somewhat differently than previous generations. We then turn to Anne Alvarez who provides an account of the psychoanalytic treatment of an adolescent to discuss technical issues and management of countertransference involved.

We highly recommend Esman’s article which provides an interesting history on the concept of adolescence, as well as an example of an individual who seems to struggle throughout his life with conflicts originating in but far from mastered during adolescence. Anna Freud’s article provides a clinically relevant discussion of normality and pathology in adolescence.

Stambler, M.J. (2017). “100 Years of Adolescence and its Prehistory from Cave to Computer.” PSC, 70:22-39.

Alvarez, A. (2009) The Case of Luisa. Psychoanalytic Inquiry 29:304-313



Details

Date:
March 25
Time:
1:45 pm - 3:15 pm
Series:
Event Categories:
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Organizer

SPSI
Phone:
(206) 328-5315
Email:
info@spsi.org
View Organizer Website

Venue

SPSI
4020 E Madison St, #230
Seattle, WA 98112
+ Google Map
Phone:
(206) 328-5315
View Venue Website

Third Year Adult Psychoanalytic Training (APT)
2021-22, 3rd Trimester — Fridays, 1:45-3:15pm
Donald Schimmel, PhD
Flaviane Ferreira, MD LMHC


View Whole Syllabus

Introduction

Welcome to our seminar on Adolescence. This course begins with pubescence and ends with late adolescence and emerging adulthood. The aim of this course is to familiarize you with the central developmental challenges associated with early, middle, and late adolescence, as well as emerging adulthood. In addition, throughout this seminar, we will explore how to understand adolescent pathology. The readings draw from a combination of classical and modern articles.

Our aim is also to provide you with an understanding of the manifold interacting elements that influence psychological development during the adolescent years. We intend to discuss the concepts of adolescent sexuality, drive resurgence, object removal, formal operational thinking, identity consolidation and several special issues and challenges in the psychoanalytic treatment of adolescents. Our hope is that this seminar will enrich your work with adults. Indeed, many of you who treat adults may find yourselves confronted with individuals who, from a developmental perspective, have not completed certain adolescent tasks.

March 25, 2022 — Introduction – Historical Review

[28 pages]

[26 pages]

We begin with a brief discussion of development from adolescence to adulthood. Historical and cultural changes that have occurred as the world has shifted from an industrial to a digital era have caused today’s youth to traverse development somewhat differently than previous generations. We then turn to Anne Alvarez who provides an account of the psychoanalytic treatment of an adolescent to discuss technical issues and management of countertransference involved.

We highly recommend Esman’s article which provides an interesting history on the concept of adolescence, as well as an example of an individual who seems to struggle throughout his life with conflicts originating in but far from mastered during adolescence. Anna Freud’s article provides a clinically relevant discussion of normality and pathology in adolescence.

Stambler, M.J. (2017). “100 Years of Adolescence and its Prehistory from Cave to Computer.” PSC, 70:22-39.

Alvarez, A. (2009) The Case of Luisa. Psychoanalytic Inquiry 29:304-313



Details

Date:
April 1
Time:
1:45 pm - 3:15 pm
Series:
Event Categories:
, ,

Organizer

SPSI
Phone:
(206) 328-5315
Email:
info@spsi.org
View Organizer Website

Venue

SPSI
4020 E Madison St, #230
Seattle, WA 98112
+ Google Map
Phone:
(206) 328-5315
View Venue Website

Third Year Adult Psychoanalytic Training (APT)
2021-22, 3rd Trimester — Fridays, 1:45-3:15pm
Donald Schimmel, PhD
Flaviane Ferreira, MD LMHC


View Whole Syllabus

Introduction

Welcome to our seminar on Adolescence. This course begins with pubescence and ends with late adolescence and emerging adulthood. The aim of this course is to familiarize you with the central developmental challenges associated with early, middle, and late adolescence, as well as emerging adulthood. In addition, throughout this seminar, we will explore how to understand adolescent pathology. The readings draw from a combination of classical and modern articles.

Our aim is also to provide you with an understanding of the manifold interacting elements that influence psychological development during the adolescent years. We intend to discuss the concepts of adolescent sexuality, drive resurgence, object removal, formal operational thinking, identity consolidation and several special issues and challenges in the psychoanalytic treatment of adolescents. Our hope is that this seminar will enrich your work with adults. Indeed, many of you who treat adults may find yourselves confronted with individuals who, from a developmental perspective, have not completed certain adolescent tasks.

March 25, 2022 — Introduction – Historical Review

[28 pages]

[26 pages]

We begin with a brief discussion of development from adolescence to adulthood. Historical and cultural changes that have occurred as the world has shifted from an industrial to a digital era have caused today’s youth to traverse development somewhat differently than previous generations. We then turn to Anne Alvarez who provides an account of the psychoanalytic treatment of an adolescent to discuss technical issues and management of countertransference involved.

We highly recommend Esman’s article which provides an interesting history on the concept of adolescence, as well as an example of an individual who seems to struggle throughout his life with conflicts originating in but far from mastered during adolescence. Anna Freud’s article provides a clinically relevant discussion of normality and pathology in adolescence.

Stambler, M.J. (2017). “100 Years of Adolescence and its Prehistory from Cave to Computer.” PSC, 70:22-39.

Alvarez, A. (2009) The Case of Luisa. Psychoanalytic Inquiry 29:304-313



Details

Date:
April 8
Time:
1:45 pm - 3:15 pm
Series:
Event Categories:
, ,

Organizer

SPSI
Phone:
(206) 328-5315
Email:
info@spsi.org
View Organizer Website

Venue

SPSI
4020 E Madison St, #230
Seattle, WA 98112
+ Google Map
Phone:
(206) 328-5315
View Venue Website

Third Year Adult Psychoanalytic Training (APT)
2021-22, 3rd Trimester — Fridays, 1:45-3:15pm
Donald Schimmel, PhD
Flaviane Ferreira, MD LMHC


View Whole Syllabus

Introduction

Welcome to our seminar on Adolescence. This course begins with pubescence and ends with late adolescence and emerging adulthood. The aim of this course is to familiarize you with the central developmental challenges associated with early, middle, and late adolescence, as well as emerging adulthood. In addition, throughout this seminar, we will explore how to understand adolescent pathology. The readings draw from a combination of classical and modern articles.

Our aim is also to provide you with an understanding of the manifold interacting elements that influence psychological development during the adolescent years. We intend to discuss the concepts of adolescent sexuality, drive resurgence, object removal, formal operational thinking, identity consolidation and several special issues and challenges in the psychoanalytic treatment of adolescents. Our hope is that this seminar will enrich your work with adults. Indeed, many of you who treat adults may find yourselves confronted with individuals who, from a developmental perspective, have not completed certain adolescent tasks.

March 25, 2022 — Introduction – Historical Review

[28 pages]

[26 pages]

We begin with a brief discussion of development from adolescence to adulthood. Historical and cultural changes that have occurred as the world has shifted from an industrial to a digital era have caused today’s youth to traverse development somewhat differently than previous generations. We then turn to Anne Alvarez who provides an account of the psychoanalytic treatment of an adolescent to discuss technical issues and management of countertransference involved.

We highly recommend Esman’s article which provides an interesting history on the concept of adolescence, as well as an example of an individual who seems to struggle throughout his life with conflicts originating in but far from mastered during adolescence. Anna Freud’s article provides a clinically relevant discussion of normality and pathology in adolescence.

Stambler, M.J. (2017). “100 Years of Adolescence and its Prehistory from Cave to Computer.” PSC, 70:22-39.

Alvarez, A. (2009) The Case of Luisa. Psychoanalytic Inquiry 29:304-313



Details

Date:
April 15
Time:
1:45 pm - 3:15 pm
Series:
Event Categories:
, ,

Organizer

SPSI
Phone:
(206) 328-5315
Email:
info@spsi.org
View Organizer Website

Venue

SPSI
4020 E Madison St, #230
Seattle, WA 98112
+ Google Map
Phone:
(206) 328-5315
View Venue Website

Third Year Adult Psychoanalytic Training (APT)
2021-22, 3rd Trimester — Fridays, 1:45-3:15pm
Donald Schimmel, PhD
Flaviane Ferreira, MD LMHC


View Whole Syllabus

Introduction

Welcome to our seminar on Adolescence. This course begins with pubescence and ends with late adolescence and emerging adulthood. The aim of this course is to familiarize you with the central developmental challenges associated with early, middle, and late adolescence, as well as emerging adulthood. In addition, throughout this seminar, we will explore how to understand adolescent pathology. The readings draw from a combination of classical and modern articles.

Our aim is also to provide you with an understanding of the manifold interacting elements that influence psychological development during the adolescent years. We intend to discuss the concepts of adolescent sexuality, drive resurgence, object removal, formal operational thinking, identity consolidation and several special issues and challenges in the psychoanalytic treatment of adolescents. Our hope is that this seminar will enrich your work with adults. Indeed, many of you who treat adults may find yourselves confronted with individuals who, from a developmental perspective, have not completed certain adolescent tasks.

March 25, 2022 — Introduction – Historical Review

[28 pages]

[26 pages]

We begin with a brief discussion of development from adolescence to adulthood. Historical and cultural changes that have occurred as the world has shifted from an industrial to a digital era have caused today’s youth to traverse development somewhat differently than previous generations. We then turn to Anne Alvarez who provides an account of the psychoanalytic treatment of an adolescent to discuss technical issues and management of countertransference involved.

We highly recommend Esman’s article which provides an interesting history on the concept of adolescence, as well as an example of an individual who seems to struggle throughout his life with conflicts originating in but far from mastered during adolescence. Anna Freud’s article provides a clinically relevant discussion of normality and pathology in adolescence.

Stambler, M.J. (2017). “100 Years of Adolescence and its Prehistory from Cave to Computer.” PSC, 70:22-39.

Alvarez, A. (2009) The Case of Luisa. Psychoanalytic Inquiry 29:304-313



Details

Date:
April 22
Time:
1:45 pm - 3:15 pm
Series:
Event Categories:
, ,

Organizer

SPSI
Phone:
(206) 328-5315
Email:
info@spsi.org
View Organizer Website

Venue

SPSI
4020 E Madison St, #230
Seattle, WA 98112
+ Google Map
Phone:
(206) 328-5315
View Venue Website

Third Year Adult Psychoanalytic Training (APT)
2021-22, 3rd Trimester — Fridays, 1:45-3:15pm
Donald Schimmel, PhD
Flaviane Ferreira, MD LMHC


View Whole Syllabus

Introduction

Welcome to our seminar on Adolescence. This course begins with pubescence and ends with late adolescence and emerging adulthood. The aim of this course is to familiarize you with the central developmental challenges associated with early, middle, and late adolescence, as well as emerging adulthood. In addition, throughout this seminar, we will explore how to understand adolescent pathology. The readings draw from a combination of classical and modern articles.

Our aim is also to provide you with an understanding of the manifold interacting elements that influence psychological development during the adolescent years. We intend to discuss the concepts of adolescent sexuality, drive resurgence, object removal, formal operational thinking, identity consolidation and several special issues and challenges in the psychoanalytic treatment of adolescents. Our hope is that this seminar will enrich your work with adults. Indeed, many of you who treat adults may find yourselves confronted with individuals who, from a developmental perspective, have not completed certain adolescent tasks.

March 25, 2022 — Introduction – Historical Review

[28 pages]

[26 pages]

We begin with a brief discussion of development from adolescence to adulthood. Historical and cultural changes that have occurred as the world has shifted from an industrial to a digital era have caused today’s youth to traverse development somewhat differently than previous generations. We then turn to Anne Alvarez who provides an account of the psychoanalytic treatment of an adolescent to discuss technical issues and management of countertransference involved.

We highly recommend Esman’s article which provides an interesting history on the concept of adolescence, as well as an example of an individual who seems to struggle throughout his life with conflicts originating in but far from mastered during adolescence. Anna Freud’s article provides a clinically relevant discussion of normality and pathology in adolescence.

Stambler, M.J. (2017). “100 Years of Adolescence and its Prehistory from Cave to Computer.” PSC, 70:22-39.

Alvarez, A. (2009) The Case of Luisa. Psychoanalytic Inquiry 29:304-313



Details

Date:
April 29
Time:
1:45 pm - 3:15 pm
Series:
Event Categories:
, ,

Organizer

SPSI
Phone:
(206) 328-5315
Email:
info@spsi.org
View Organizer Website

Venue

SPSI
4020 E Madison St, #230
Seattle, WA 98112
+ Google Map
Phone:
(206) 328-5315
View Venue Website

Third Year Adult Psychoanalytic Training (APT)
2021-22, 3rd Trimester — Fridays, 1:45-3:15pm
Donald Schimmel, PhD
Flaviane Ferreira, MD LMHC


View Whole Syllabus

Introduction

Welcome to our seminar on Adolescence. This course begins with pubescence and ends with late adolescence and emerging adulthood. The aim of this course is to familiarize you with the central developmental challenges associated with early, middle, and late adolescence, as well as emerging adulthood. In addition, throughout this seminar, we will explore how to understand adolescent pathology. The readings draw from a combination of classical and modern articles.

Our aim is also to provide you with an understanding of the manifold interacting elements that influence psychological development during the adolescent years. We intend to discuss the concepts of adolescent sexuality, drive resurgence, object removal, formal operational thinking, identity consolidation and several special issues and challenges in the psychoanalytic treatment of adolescents. Our hope is that this seminar will enrich your work with adults. Indeed, many of you who treat adults may find yourselves confronted with individuals who, from a developmental perspective, have not completed certain adolescent tasks.

March 25, 2022 — Introduction – Historical Review

[28 pages]

[26 pages]

We begin with a brief discussion of development from adolescence to adulthood. Historical and cultural changes that have occurred as the world has shifted from an industrial to a digital era have caused today’s youth to traverse development somewhat differently than previous generations. We then turn to Anne Alvarez who provides an account of the psychoanalytic treatment of an adolescent to discuss technical issues and management of countertransference involved.

We highly recommend Esman’s article which provides an interesting history on the concept of adolescence, as well as an example of an individual who seems to struggle throughout his life with conflicts originating in but far from mastered during adolescence. Anna Freud’s article provides a clinically relevant discussion of normality and pathology in adolescence.

Stambler, M.J. (2017). “100 Years of Adolescence and its Prehistory from Cave to Computer.” PSC, 70:22-39.

Alvarez, A. (2009) The Case of Luisa. Psychoanalytic Inquiry 29:304-313



Details

Date:
May 6
Time:
1:45 pm - 3:15 pm
Series:
Event Categories:
, ,

Organizer

SPSI
Phone:
(206) 328-5315
Email:
info@spsi.org
View Organizer Website

Venue

SPSI
4020 E Madison St, #230
Seattle, WA 98112
+ Google Map
Phone:
(206) 328-5315
View Venue Website

Third Year Adult Psychoanalytic Training (APT)
2021-22, 3rd Trimester — Fridays, 1:45-3:15pm
Donald Schimmel, PhD
Flaviane Ferreira, MD LMHC


View Whole Syllabus

Introduction

Welcome to our seminar on Adolescence. This course begins with pubescence and ends with late adolescence and emerging adulthood. The aim of this course is to familiarize you with the central developmental challenges associated with early, middle, and late adolescence, as well as emerging adulthood. In addition, throughout this seminar, we will explore how to understand adolescent pathology. The readings draw from a combination of classical and modern articles.

Our aim is also to provide you with an understanding of the manifold interacting elements that influence psychological development during the adolescent years. We intend to discuss the concepts of adolescent sexuality, drive resurgence, object removal, formal operational thinking, identity consolidation and several special issues and challenges in the psychoanalytic treatment of adolescents. Our hope is that this seminar will enrich your work with adults. Indeed, many of you who treat adults may find yourselves confronted with individuals who, from a developmental perspective, have not completed certain adolescent tasks.

March 25, 2022 — Introduction – Historical Review

[28 pages]

[26 pages]

We begin with a brief discussion of development from adolescence to adulthood. Historical and cultural changes that have occurred as the world has shifted from an industrial to a digital era have caused today’s youth to traverse development somewhat differently than previous generations. We then turn to Anne Alvarez who provides an account of the psychoanalytic treatment of an adolescent to discuss technical issues and management of countertransference involved.

We highly recommend Esman’s article which provides an interesting history on the concept of adolescence, as well as an example of an individual who seems to struggle throughout his life with conflicts originating in but far from mastered during adolescence. Anna Freud’s article provides a clinically relevant discussion of normality and pathology in adolescence.

Stambler, M.J. (2017). “100 Years of Adolescence and its Prehistory from Cave to Computer.” PSC, 70:22-39.

Alvarez, A. (2009) The Case of Luisa. Psychoanalytic Inquiry 29:304-313



Details

Date:
May 13
Time:
1:45 pm - 3:15 pm
Series:
Event Categories:
, ,

Organizer

SPSI
Phone:
(206) 328-5315
Email:
info@spsi.org
View Organizer Website

Venue

SPSI
4020 E Madison St, #230
Seattle, WA 98112
+ Google Map
Phone:
(206) 328-5315
View Venue Website

Third Year Adult Psychoanalytic Training (APT)
2021-22, 3rd Trimester — Fridays, 1:45-3:15pm
Donald Schimmel, PhD
Flaviane Ferreira, MD LMHC


View Whole Syllabus

Introduction

Welcome to our seminar on Adolescence. This course begins with pubescence and ends with late adolescence and emerging adulthood. The aim of this course is to familiarize you with the central developmental challenges associated with early, middle, and late adolescence, as well as emerging adulthood. In addition, throughout this seminar, we will explore how to understand adolescent pathology. The readings draw from a combination of classical and modern articles.

Our aim is also to provide you with an understanding of the manifold interacting elements that influence psychological development during the adolescent years. We intend to discuss the concepts of adolescent sexuality, drive resurgence, object removal, formal operational thinking, identity consolidation and several special issues and challenges in the psychoanalytic treatment of adolescents. Our hope is that this seminar will enrich your work with adults. Indeed, many of you who treat adults may find yourselves confronted with individuals who, from a developmental perspective, have not completed certain adolescent tasks.

March 25, 2022 — Introduction – Historical Review

[28 pages]

[26 pages]

We begin with a brief discussion of development from adolescence to adulthood. Historical and cultural changes that have occurred as the world has shifted from an industrial to a digital era have caused today’s youth to traverse development somewhat differently than previous generations. We then turn to Anne Alvarez who provides an account of the psychoanalytic treatment of an adolescent to discuss technical issues and management of countertransference involved.

We highly recommend Esman’s article which provides an interesting history on the concept of adolescence, as well as an example of an individual who seems to struggle throughout his life with conflicts originating in but far from mastered during adolescence. Anna Freud’s article provides a clinically relevant discussion of normality and pathology in adolescence.

Stambler, M.J. (2017). “100 Years of Adolescence and its Prehistory from Cave to Computer.” PSC, 70:22-39.

Alvarez, A. (2009) The Case of Luisa. Psychoanalytic Inquiry 29:304-313



Details

Date:
May 20
Time:
1:45 pm - 3:15 pm
Series:
Event Categories:
, ,

Organizer

SPSI
Phone:
(206) 328-5315
Email:
info@spsi.org
View Organizer Website

Venue

SPSI
4020 E Madison St, #230
Seattle, WA 98112
+ Google Map
Phone:
(206) 328-5315
View Venue Website

Third Year Adult Psychoanalytic Training (APT)
2021-22, 3rd Trimester — Fridays, 1:45-3:15pm
Donald Schimmel, PhD
Flaviane Ferreira, MD LMHC


View Whole Syllabus

Introduction

Welcome to our seminar on Adolescence. This course begins with pubescence and ends with late adolescence and emerging adulthood. The aim of this course is to familiarize you with the central developmental challenges associated with early, middle, and late adolescence, as well as emerging adulthood. In addition, throughout this seminar, we will explore how to understand adolescent pathology. The readings draw from a combination of classical and modern articles.

Our aim is also to provide you with an understanding of the manifold interacting elements that influence psychological development during the adolescent years. We intend to discuss the concepts of adolescent sexuality, drive resurgence, object removal, formal operational thinking, identity consolidation and several special issues and challenges in the psychoanalytic treatment of adolescents. Our hope is that this seminar will enrich your work with adults. Indeed, many of you who treat adults may find yourselves confronted with individuals who, from a developmental perspective, have not completed certain adolescent tasks.

March 25, 2022 — Introduction – Historical Review

[28 pages]

[26 pages]

We begin with a brief discussion of development from adolescence to adulthood. Historical and cultural changes that have occurred as the world has shifted from an industrial to a digital era have caused today’s youth to traverse development somewhat differently than previous generations. We then turn to Anne Alvarez who provides an account of the psychoanalytic treatment of an adolescent to discuss technical issues and management of countertransference involved.

We highly recommend Esman’s article which provides an interesting history on the concept of adolescence, as well as an example of an individual who seems to struggle throughout his life with conflicts originating in but far from mastered during adolescence. Anna Freud’s article provides a clinically relevant discussion of normality and pathology in adolescence.

Stambler, M.J. (2017). “100 Years of Adolescence and its Prehistory from Cave to Computer.” PSC, 70:22-39.

Alvarez, A. (2009) The Case of Luisa. Psychoanalytic Inquiry 29:304-313



Details

Date:
May 27
Time:
1:45 pm - 3:15 pm
Series:
Event Categories:
, ,

Organizer

SPSI
Phone:
(206) 328-5315
Email:
info@spsi.org
View Organizer Website

Venue

SPSI
4020 E Madison St, #230
Seattle, WA 98112
+ Google Map
Phone:
(206) 328-5315
View Venue Website