The NIP 2018 Annual Conference 

Shame in the Analytic Encounter

When: Saturday, March 10, 2018   (9:00 am – 3:30 pm)
Where: Kimmel Center, NYU

Presenters: Sandra Buechler, PhD; Jody Messler Davies, PhD; andDan Hill, PhD
Clinical Presentation by Yael Greenberg, PsyD

CEU Info: 4.5 CE contact hours for APA, and NYS Social Workers and Licensed Psychoanalysts

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The 2018 NIP Annual Conference will explore various theoretical and clinical perspectives on shame. How does shame relate to early attachment and impact emotional regulation?  How can the analyst work with shame in the transference/countertransference?  How does shame play out in the interpersonal matrix of the analytic relationship?  Our panel of distinguished psychoanalysts will explore these questions as they discuss their own unique views on shame as an affective and clinical experience.  
The conference will be an all day event. In our morning session the panelists will present original papers on shame and dialogue with one another and with the audience on their varying ideas. In the afternoon session clinical material will be presented by Yael Greenberg and the panelists will each respond to the material from their own vantage point, emphasizing their understanding of how the analytic couple grapples with shame. Yael Greenberg will join in the discussion and the audience will be invited to share their thoughts and questions as well.

Bios of the Presenters:




Sandra Buechler, PhD is Training and Supervising analyst and graduate, William Alanson White Institute. She is the author of numerous articles and books. Clinical Values: Emotions that Guide Psychoanalytic Treatment, Analytic Press, 2004, examines hope, courage, and other values. Making a Difference in Patients’ Lives: Emotional Experience in the Therapeutic Setting (Routledge, 2008) discusses therapeutic process. Still Practicing: The Heartaches and Joys of a Clinical Career, Routledge, 2012) examines clinicians’ shame, sorrow, and resilience. Understanding and Treating Patients in Clinical Psychoanalysis: Lessons from Literature (Routledge, 2015) uses short stories to illuminate coping styles.

Jody Messler Davies, PhD was editor in chief of Psychoanalytic Dialogues for ten years, from 1998–2008. She is faculty, supervisor and former co-chair of the Relational Track at NYU Postdoctoral Program in psychotherapy and Psychoanalysis; founding Vice-President of IARPP; founding board member of The Stephen Mitchell Center for Relational Studies; faculty member at NIP, MIP Boston, ICP-New York and ICP-Los Angeles; co-author with Mary Gail Frawley-O’Dea of Treating the Adult Survivor of Childhood Sexual Abuse: A Psychoanalytic Perspective; and author of numerous articles on trauma, dissociation, a multiple self-state model of mind, erotic transference/countertransference, therapeutic impasse, and termination.

Dan Hill, PhD is a psychoanalyst, educator and a leading proponent of the paradigm shift to affect regulation. In addition to his private practice he has taught courses for over 30 years at psychoanalytic and psychotherapy institutes. Dr. Hill’s publications and presentations include topics ranging from the erotic transference, the clinical use of multiple models, the influence of the internet on psychoanalysis, the possibilities and limitations of video-mediated therapy and, more recently, religious fundamentalism understood through the lens of affect regulation. In 1996 Dr. Hill founded PsyBC which in 2016 morphed into The Center for the Study of Affect Regulation (CSAR. nyc). He is on the faculties of the National Institute of the Psychotherapies and the New York University Postdoctoral Program in Psychoanalysis and Psychotherapy. Dr. Hill is the author of the 2015 book Affect Regulation Theory: a Clinical Model (Norton Press).

Yael Greenberg, PsyD is a recent graduate from the National Training Program at the National Institute for the Psychotherapies. She teaches at the Cleveland Psychoanalytic Center. Her paper about immigration and mourning received the NIP Educators' Award. She is in private practice in Beachwood, Ohio.




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