Together with The New Jersey Society for Clinical Social Work,
The Institute for Psychoanalytic Studies, Inc.
An Invitation to Mental Health Professionals
A Thought Provoking Series
∙Approachable, non-judgmental, interactive
The tidal wave of people coming forward with stories of sexual assault is
having a major impact on our country; this appears to be a transforming moment
in time. Women – and men - are feeling more liberated to tell their story,
and abusers are paying the price. Sexual aggression is a problem that is
deeply rooted in our culture--one in four women and one in six men will be
sexually assaulted in their lifetimes. Will this moment of reckoning change
Recent developments are impacting our work with clients who have been victims
(or perpetrators). We are hearing stories of abuse and discovering the
characteristic ways that our clients have processed these experiences. How
does this moment enrich our understanding of our clients –-- or of ourselves?
Participants in this course will learn the following skills:
Attendees will apply knowledge of dissociation to work with clients who have been abused.
Attendees will learn how to use their countertransference when working with abusers or perpetrators.
Attendees will be able to identify some transference/countertransference positions when working with abusers or perpetrators.
Presenter: Lisa Sokoloff, LCSW, PsyA
: Five Star Premier Residence
655 Pomander Walk
Teaneck, NJ 07666
Sunday, January 28, 2018
: 11:00am – 1:00pm
$25 for Non-Members of IPS
: Please register on our website.
Light refreshments will be served.
This course, provided by
The Institute for Psychoanalytic Studies,
Inc. is approved for 2 continuing education hours by the New Jersey Society for Clinical Social Work.
The Institute for Psychoanalytic Studies, Inc. is an NBCC-Approved Continuing Education Provider (ACEPTM) and may offer NBCC – approved clock hours for events (or programs) that meet NBCC requirements. Sessions (or programs) for which NBCC – approved clock hours will be awarded are identified in the program bulletin (or in the catalog or Web site). The ACEP is solely responsible for all aspects of the program.