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Struggling to Connect: Addiction, Attachment and the Self
June 7 @ 5:30 pm - June 8 @ 6:00 pm
We are pleased to announce the first inaugural Catherine Shropshire Hardman Symposium for the Advancement of Clinical Psychoanalysis and Interdisciplinary Research: Struggling to Connect: Addiction, Attachment, and the Self. On the weekend of Friday, June 7, 2019-Saturday, June 8, 2019, Emory University Psychoanalytic Institute will be kicking off this new and exciting initiative.
The CSH symposium committee has designed this program for all clinicians, scholars, trainees, advocates, and patients who are interested in- and affected by substance abuse disorders. Through interdisciplinary exchange and dialogue, we aim to deepen our clinical understanding of the interacting psychological, developmental, neurological, familial and linguistic systems that contribute to substance abuse disorders, use recurrence, and recovery from addiction.
The symposium’s Friday evening events include a networking hour and Keynote paper presentation by Linda Mayes, M.D. Saturday morning, we will reconvene for a continental breakfast followed by a series of panel discussions and interdisciplinary cross-talks. Our very own Yudit Jung, Ph.D., LCSW and Andrea Crowell, M.D., Ph.D. will be presenting! For more information about our distinguished panel presenters and the symposium schedule, please see the attached registration brochure.
Symposium fees are firmly set as follows:
Clinicians, Scholars, Professionals, Community Members
$125.00 received prior to April 22
$140.00 after April 22
Trainees, Residents, Students, Candidates
$75.00 received prior to April 22
$90.00 received after April 22
In the next few weeks, we will be applying to the Georgia Psychological Association, the Georgia Society of Clinical Social Workers, and the Licensed Professional Counselors Association of Georgia for continuing education credits. Continuing Medical Education Credits will be offered under the auspices of the American Psychoanalytic Association. In order to receive credits, participants will be expected to attend the entire symposium. EUPI candidates who attend will receive additional full-day long course credit.
This first symposium will be held at Emory University Brain Health Center, 12 Executive Park Drive, Training Rooms A & B, Atlanta, Georgia, 30329, where parking is free and plentiful.
Catherine Shropshire Hardman, The Emory University School of Medicine Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences, and the Atlanta Foundation for Psychoanalysis make this event possible.
Please complete the attached registration form and write your check or money order to the Emory University Psychoanalytic Institute, with CSH in the memo line. Then, mail or drop off both in an envelope c/o Diahann JohnBaptiste, LAPC, Attn: CSH Symposium, Emory University Psychoanalytic Institute, Tufts House, 2004 Ridgewood Drive, Atlanta, GA 30322.