EXTENSION PROGRAM: YEAR TWO — an 18 week course for graduate and early career social workers and clinicians working in the community
2016 - 2017 Coalition for Clinical Social Work
Extension Program: Year Two
Jaime M. Bardacke, LCSW and Audrey Dunn, LCSW, Co-Chairs
Social Work Practice: Foundations of Clinical Work With Clients
- Wednesdays, January 11, 2017 - May 24, 2017
- 07:00pm - 08:30pm
- 18 Sessions
San Francisco Center for Psychoanalysis
444 Natoma Street
San Francisco, CA 94103
- Tuition Fees:
- $ 295.00 General Admissions
$ 285.00 Community Members
Readers and CME/CE credits fee are not included in the tuition
see Refund Policy, Readers and CME/CE Fees Information tab for details
- This program has been awarded a total of 27 CME/CE credits.
- To Register:
- Click here to register for this program now
Finding Ground in an Ungrounded World:
Framing, Holding and Containing within the Clinical and Social Field
Social work depends on the continued cultivation of internal frames of practitioners to navigate psychoanalytic listening to the communications and experience of another. In this course we will grapple with various ways of thinking about how we find ourselves orienting and disorienting in the service of holding and containing experience. Through clinical material, this course will explore how we find ourselves framing, holding and containing when coming into contact with our minds and the mind of another in the clinical and social fields.
Lea Brown, LCSW
Wednesdays, January 11, 18, 25; February 8, 15, 22, 2017
*no seminar meeting on February 1st, please join us for CCSW Clinical Evening Serires
07:00pm - 08:30pm
This seminar has been awarded 9.0 CME/CE credits.
Participant will be able to
- develop a beginning understanding of the concept of “analytic listening”.
- develop a beginning understanding of the analytic notion of “holding”.
- develop a beginning understanding of the analytic notion of “containment.”
- develop a beginning understanding of the concept “internal frame” and how it is beneficial in their work with clients.
- demonstrate with clinical vignettes how these four concepts (above) may be applied to thinking through a spectrum of practice settings and cultural contexts.
Surviving and Thriving with Your Client
This seminar is about the importance of the client’s lived emotional life in the clinical relationship. Clients come to us feeling deadened, collapsed, enraged or destructively explosive. Aggression, imploded or exploded, is often at the heart of an individual’s suffering. Historical and social forces such as racism and poverty inform and compound our client’s distress. We will explore distinctions between developmentally healthy aggression, and aggression which is destructive towards self and others. Throughout this seminar, we will discuss how the clinician’s survival, and capacity to think in the face of their client’s emotional turmoil, is central to the client’s healing and growth.
Danny Yu, LCSW
Wednesdays, March 1, 8, 15, 22, 29, 2017
07:00pm - 08:30pm
This seminar has been awarded 7.5 CME/CE credits.
Participants will be able to
- develop an understanding of Donald Winnicott’s perspective that aggression expressed and survived within a clinical relationship can be a critical aspect of the client’s growth and healing.
- develop an understanding of how mental suffering can be caused by aggression turned on the self.
- develop an understanding of imploded and exploded aggression as communications of the client’s adaptation to historical and social failures of the environment.
- develop the capacity to recognize and intervene with clients who are destructive towards self and others.
- develop an awareness of the clinician’s pull towards collapse or retaliation in the face of the client’s aggression. Participants will develop an alternate stance that demonstrates the clinician’s survival, and facilitates the client’s emotional growth and development.
Managing the Internal Experience
This seminar will explore our conscious and unconscious responses to clients, supervisors, work settings and critical incidents. The core psychoanalytic concepts of transference and counter-transference will provide a foundation for our thinking. Through reading and clinical presentations we will immerse ourselves in thinking about the multi-faceted nature of our relationship to clients and our personal and professional responses. The seminar will conclude with a discussion about how personal life circumstances impact our work; Life circumstances may generate strengths as well as vulnerability in the social work clinician at any given time. Issues of race, gender, class and trauma will be woven throughout our discussions.
Elizabeth M. Simpson, LCSW
Wednesdays, April 5, 12, 19, 26; May 10, 17, 24, 2017
*no seminar meeting on May 3rd, please join us for CCSW Clinical Evening Series
07:00pm - 08:30pm
This seminar has been awarded 10.5 CME/CE credits.
Participant will be able to
- to identify core psychoanalytic concepts of transference and counter-transference and how these concepts are relevant to work with clients in community settings.
- develop greater awareness of internal and external pressures within the context of the therapeutic relationship that need conscious attention. Rather than enacting a response to a boundary pressure, participants will develop skills to recognize the indications of changing the terms of engagement.
- proactively identify when countertransference responses and/or personal life circumstances necessitate the use consultation to steady their professional stance.
- examine the impact of critical incidents in the community (and larger context) and explore ways of working to make conscious the emotional and psychological impact (direct and vicarious trauma) on themselves and clients.
- develop critical thinking and awareness of the impact of race, class, culture, sexual orientation and gender as it influences the social work clinician’s identity and awareness of these important issues relative to the client’s identity.
This course is open to people who have completed the CCSW Extension Program: Year One. If you have any questions about this program, please contact Coalition for Clinical Social Work Co-Chairs: Audrey Dunn, LCSW, at 415-751-3267, or Jaime Bardacke, LCSW, at 415-484-5911.
Charges for reading material required for the seminars are not included in tuition. They are based upon copyright laws and change based on the content of the readers. The charges will be billed to you separately. Please submit your registration and your tuition payment two weeks in advance in order to receive reading materials before the course starting date.
CME/CE Credits Fee
The credits cost per hour is $10 for all SFCP members, and $12 for non-SFCP members. SFCP has established a cap cost of $200 for credits requested per program. The cost of CME/CE credits is separate from the programs fees and billed individually upon the request for credits at the end of the seminar.
- There will be a full refund if one requests to drop the program on or before December 11, 2016.
- There will be a 10% cancellation fee if one requests to drop the program on or after December 12, 2016. There will be no refund for classes in progress, and SFCP will provide a pro-rated refund of tuition for classes not yet begun.
- The Readers fee is not refundable.
CME/CE Credits Policy and Attendance Requirement
The San Francisco Center for Psychoanalysis is accredited by the Institute for Medical Quality/California Medical Association (IMQ/CMA) to provide continuing medical education for physicians. The San Francisco Center for Psychoanalysis takes responsibility for the content, quality and scientific integrity of this CME activity.
PHYSICIANS: The San Francisco Center for Psychoanalysis designates this educational activity for a maximum of 7.5 to 10.5 credits as listed for each individual program (please refer to the program description tab), AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)™. Physicians should only claim credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity. This credit may also be applied to the CMA Certification in Continuing Medical Education.
LCSWs/MFTs: The San Francisco Center for Psychoanalysis is a provider approved by the Board of Behavioral Sciences, Provider Number PCE623, for 7.5 to 10.5 CE credits on an hour for hour basis (please refer to the program description tab).
PSYCHOLOGISTS: Psychologists attending SFCP events approved for CME credits may report AMA PRA Category 1Credit(s)™ toward their CE requirements. Psychologists self-certify the number of hours they have completed on their renewal form (whether online or paper). The San Francisco Center for Psychoanalysis is approved by the American Psychological Association to sponsor continuing education for psychologists. The San Francisco Center for Psychoanalysis maintains responsibility for this program and its content.
REGISTERED NURSES: The San Francisco Center for Psychoanalysis is a provider approved by the California Board of Registered Nursing, Provider Number 02677, on an hour for hour basis.
SFCP is approved by the American Psychological Association to sponsor continuing education for psychologists. SFCP maintains responsibility for this program and its contents.
Commercial Support: None
Faculty Disclosure: The following moderators and planning committee members have disclosed NO financial interest/arrangement or affiliation with commercial companies who have provided products or services, relating presentation(s) or commercial support for this continuing medical education activity: Jaime M. Bardacke, LCSW, Audrey Dunn, LCSW, Lea Brown, LCSW, Danny Yu, LCSW and Elizabeth M. Simpson, LCSW. All conflicts of interest have been resolved in accordance with the ACCME Updated Standards for Commercial Support.
Physicians, Social Workers, Marriage and Family Therapists, and Registered Nurses will be awarded AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)™ on an hour for hour basis; see the program description for the maximum of credits awarded for each program.
Psychologists participating in long-term programs (lecture series) who can demonstrate a minimum of 80% attendance for a seminar within the series, are eligible to obtain these credits by notifying the SFCP office after the seminar has ended. Seminars of 4 sessions or fewer require 100% attendance. Participants will pay the appropriate fee for the seminar (based on the number of credits they obtain), and then will receive a verification letter of their attendance.
100% attendance is required for short-term programs (individual course).
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