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Affect Regulation 2013: Clinical Applications

Affect regulation is transforming psychotherapy and galvanizing practitioners from all therapeutic modalities. The clinical model improves therapeutic effectiveness by illuminating the role of basic emotional transactions in development, pathogenesis, transference-countertransference enactments, and therapeutic action. It integrates attachment theory, developmental psychoanalysis and affective neurobiology into a theory of bodymind. Affect regulation therapy utilizes a trauma-dissociation model of pathogenesis, employs principles of emotional development for understanding therapeutic action, and places the relational unconscious at the core of the therapeutic alliance. Clinical applications are now being developed that share a focus on affect states and the implicit self.

This conference is designed to advance your theoretical understanding and clinical work using principles of affect regulation therapy. Morning plenary addresses and afternoon workshops are provided.

Note: Due to work being done to the website there will be faxed or landmailed registration only. Please download the full descriptions of presentations and presenter bios and the registration form.

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Plenary Presentations:

Stephen Porges -- Pat Ogden -- Jaak Panksepp -- Allan Shore

Afternoon Seminars: Bonnie Badenoch -- Efrat Ginot -- Alexandra Katehakis -- Francine Lapides -- Arlene Montgomery -- Terry Marks-Tarlow -- Stan Tatkin

Dates:
November 2-3, 2013

Location:
CUNY Graduate Center

365 Fifth Ave, New York, NY (34th St and 5th Ave)

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Conference Schedule

Day One:

9:00 9:10 Daniel Hill
Conference Introduction

9:10 10:40 Stephen Porges
The Polyvagal Theory: Neural Mechanisms Mediating Social Behavior, Emotional Regulation, and Health

10:40 11:00 Break

11:00 12:30 Pat Ogden
Acts of Recognition: Embedded Relational Mindfulness and the Dyadic Repair of Attachment Failures

12:30 1:30 Lunch

1:30 4:00 Seminar of your choice*

4:00 4:15 Break

4:15 5:00 Plenary Panel

Day Two:

9:00 10:30 Jaak Panksepp
How the Brain Generates Affective Feelings and Implications for Psychiatric Treatments

10:30 10:50 Break

10:50 12:20 Allan Schore
The development of the right brain across the lifespan: Whats love got to do with it?

12:20 1:30 Lunch

1:30 4:00 Seminar of your choice*

4:00 4:15 Break

4:15 5:00 Plenary Panel

*Please note that all seminars run concurrently on both days of the conference. You will be able to attend two seminars total, one on each day of the conference.

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Afternoon Seminars

*Please note that all seminars run concurrently on both days of the conference. You will be able to attend two seminars total, one on each day of the conference.

Bonnie Badenoch
Interpersonal Neurobiology and Group Process: Inviting the Implicit

Efrat Ginot
Self-Narratives and Dysregulated Affective States

Alexandra Katehakis
Sex Addiction as Affect Dysregulation: The Co-Regulatory Journey

Francine Lapides
The Promise And (Sometimes Agonizing) Challenge of Therapeutic Enactments: A Neuroscience Look At Therapeutic Change

Eva Rass
Child Centered Family Therapy

Terry Marks-Tarlow
Clinical Intuition in Psychotherapy: The Neurobiology of Embodied Response

Arlene Montgomery
Neurobiology of Attachment and Personality Disorders: Clinical Work Addressing Arousal Regulation

Stan Tatkin
Clinical Application of Regulation Theory in Couple Therapy

Note: Due to work being done to the website there will be faxed or landmailed registration only. Please download the full descriptions of presentations and presenter bios and the registration form.

Program Full Description

Individual Registration Form:

Group Registration Form: