Fred Pine, PhD, is Professor Emeritus in the Department of Psychiatry at the Albert Einstein College of Medicine and also a member and training analyst of the Contemporary Freudian Society. He is the author of “Developmental Theory and Clinical Process”, “Drive, Ego, Object and Self”, “Diversity and Direction in Psychoanalytic Theory”, and numerous other works. In his presentation, he will discuss his views on the nature of the clinical listening stance in our era of pluralism, as well as dangers and misuses to which such a stance is subject. Dr. Pine will also discuss clinical material presented by Robin Dean, PsyD, also a Member of the Contemporary Freudian Society.
Fred Pine, PhD is Professor Emeritus in the Department of Psychiatry at the Albert Einstein College of Medicine in New York City. He is highly regarded as a teacher, supervisor, clinician, and contributor to the professional literature. His writings are largely in the intersection of developmental theory and psychoanalytic theory, and this work has led to extensive applications regarding clinical process and the integration of our pluralistic psychoanalytic theories. His talk will be on the inner intellectual stance of the clinician at work.
After attending this program, participants will be able to:
- Explain the similarities and differences among Pine’s four psychoanalytic theories of the focus on defenses;
- Discuss the four theories in terms of transference and countertransference;
- Discuss how each of the four theories would conceptualize a clinical case;
- Discuss contemporary views of these theories.
Who should attend
The instructional level for this activity is advanced. Mental Health Professionals (psychiatrists, psychologists, social workers, licensed professional counselors, e.g. LPs, LCATs, and pastoral counselors) and those with an interest in psychodynamic and psychoanalytic thinking and clinical applications.
CFS Members $100
Non-CFS Members $125
Candidates and Students with Valid ID $25
For further information regarding this course, please contact Connie Stroboulis at ConnieS3@aol.com or 732-446-4867.