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Wednesday, February 23 • 10:00am - 12:00pm
FACULTY WORKSHOP: Countertransference and Memory (via Zoom)

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https://goddard-edu.zoom.us/j/97948422709 (MR)
Countertransference has been defined as the unconscious emotional response of the therapist to their client. For Freud, the phenomena of Countertransference contaminated the analysis. More contemporary views ( for example, Maroda, 2009) consider the material of the countertransference as very valuable when it is able to be brought into the conscious awareness of the therapist. In this workshop, we will engage in practice which will help us retrieve memories of events and information shared in early relationships which have informed our countertransference with our clients, especially when our clients identify themselves differently than we identify ourselves along the Dimensions of Identity defined by Robinson Wood. Please bring photographs of persons who have been significant to you, especially in your early life and a journal or notebook for writing.

This workshop is required for Pre-G, G-1, and BA/MA Fast-Track, level 8 Students.


Wendy Phillips

Faculty, Goddard College

Wednesday February 23, 2022 10:00am - 12:00pm EST
Media Room and Zoom