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New Haven Region Meeting: Ira Moses, PhD: "Beyond the Surface: The Psychodynamic Challenges of Once A Week Sessions"

  • 12 May 2018
  • 2:00 PM - 4:00 PM
  • Home of Allison Brownlow



Please Join Ira Moses, Ph.D., Former Director of Training: Supervising and Training Analyst of the William Alanson White Institute


Presenting: "Beyond the Surface: The Psychodynamic Challenges of Once A Week Sessions"

Place: Home of Allison Brownlow, PhD,

 8 High Meadow Road, North Haven*

Date: May 12, 2018

Time: 2 -4 PM

This event is open to all CSPP members.


Ira Moses, Ph.D., ABPP., has lectured and written about various aspects of psychoanalytic work including the use of inquiry and Free Association, limit setting, and character analysis.  Dr. Moses is in private practice in Manhattan and New Haven.

Case Material will be presented by Allison Brownlow, Ph.D., BCD. Using the format of a live supervision session we will discuss the challenges of deepening the treatment with patients who, for a variety of reasons, are unable to participate in treatment more frequently.  Too often sessions become bogged down in reports about situational problems or acute symptoms while we find that prolonged periods of attunement reveal little progress. We will explore how to help the patient become more curious about their characterological features and maladaptive patterns of relatedness while working through patient’s as well as the therapist’s resistances to deepen the work.

Suggested readings: 

Moses Inquiry.doc

Moses-Misuse Empathy.doc

** CEU’s will be awarded for a fee of $3 **

Please note: registration is now filled to capacity 

Click here to be added to the waiting list: Allison Brownlow


Please car pool if you can. There's a municipal lot on Devine Street just off I-91. Make a left out of the lot, left on Hartford Turnpike, right onto Dixwell Ave, up the hill to sign: “Keep single line,” right turn to 8 High Meadow (a private road). 

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