San Francisco Psychoanalytic Student Seminars: Catching the Drift: An Introduction to Psychoanalytic Listening - Instructor: Jacqueline De Lon, LMFT
2018 - 2019 San Francisco Student Seminars
Kirsten Beuthin, LMFT, Interim Chair
These seminars are offered as a community service intended to supplement local training with psychoanalytic clinical instruction. The courses are offered free of charge to pre- and post-doctoral psychology interns, psychiatry residents, and pre-licensed MFT and social work interns currently in clinical placements.
|Course Title:||Catching the Drift: An Introduction to Psychoanalytic Listening|
|Dates:||Wednesdays, March 6, 13, 20, 27, 2019|
|Time:||07:00pm - 08:30pm|
|Instructor:||Jacqueline De Lon, LMFT|
|Location:||San Francisco Center for Psychoanalysis
444 Natoma Street
San Francisco, CA 94103
|To Register:||Click here to register for this course →|
|Class Size:||Registration will be limited to 14 participants.|
Freud spoke of listening with “evenly hovering attention.” Bion focused on listening “without memory or desire.” Ogden highlights the significance of reverie. Buddhists teach mindfulness.
Listening psychoanalytically is an elusive state of mind, the development of which sometimes gets neglected as attention is focused on how to interpret what it is we hear on the latent or symbolic level, specifically informed by our theoretical preference.
In this seminar we will begin by engaging with poetry, music and meditation in ways that might broaden and deepen our capacity to listen psychoanalytically to our patients. In the last two meetings we will listen to a case presentation, keeping in mind what we have learned and how that might allow us greater access to what it is that is missing in a patient’s experience of him or herself. This seminar offers the opportunity for participants to share clinical material from their cases, however, it is not a requirement.
Jacqueline De Lon, LMFT, Graduate and Faculty, San Francisco Center for Psychoanalysis; Faculty, Access Institute; Private Practice, San Francisco. (415) 922-2608, [email protected]