Engaging the Themes of Temporality and Shame

//Engaging the Themes of Temporality and Shame

Engaging the Themes of Temporality and Shame

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A response to the volatile changes in dangerous times

Presented by:
Ladson Hinton, M.D. • Hessel Willemsen, DClinPsych • Alexander Hinton, Ph.D. • Eric Seversen, PhD • Sharon R. Green, MSSW

Saturday, February 3rd, 2018
Swedish Cultural Center
9:00 am – 4:00 pm

This is for Pre-Registration by January 29, 2018 Only
No Credit Cards Will Be Accepted on Day of Event.
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Continuing Education

CEU hours provided for Licensed Counselors, Marriage & Family Therapists, and Social Workers
5 hours of Ethics included
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CEUs & Goal and Objectives

Engaging the Themes of Temporality and Shame

A response to the volatile changes in dangerous times
Co-editors’ Opening Session with Drs. Hinton and Willemsen:

  1. To better understand the connection between ethics and temporality.
  2. To better understand the connection between ethics and shame.
  3. To better understand the notion of nothingness and its relationship with temporality and shame.

Objectives for An Anthropologist, a philosopher & a psychoanalyst, with Drs. A. Hinton, Seversen, and S. Green, MSSW:

  1. To gain insight into how often-unrecognized assumptions about the nature of temporality and shame shape the analyst/therapist’s understanding of the goal of psychoanalytic treatment and its ethical dimension.
  2. The participant should gain a more nuanced understanding of the history and development of shame, particularly in distinction from guilt.
  3. The participant will be able understand how understandings of temporality may vary cross-culturally.