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Re-envisioning Politics in Psychotherapy: The Therapist’s Experience
June 27, 2021 | 10:00 am - 12:00 pm PDT
Presenter: Jennifer Bulow, LCSW, PhD
Discussant: Samoan Barish, DSW, PhD
This presentation will focus on the findings of qualitative research exploring therapists’ personal and professional experiences and clinical exchanges regarding “the political” in psychotherapy and the applications of these findings to ongoing practice.
Jennifer Bulow is in private practice in the Atwater neighborhood of Los Angeles, CA. She completed most of her doctoral studies at The Sanville Institute (Berkeley, CA), graduating from The Institute for Clinical Social Work (Chicago, IL) in 2019. She currently teaches Neurobiology, Affect Regulation, and Attachment Theory at Reiss Davis Graduate School.
This program is designed for psychologists, LMFTs, LCSWs, and LPCCs; instructional level is intermediate.
- Participants can identify concepts of “shared reality” and describe the outcomes of the study presented.
- Participants can evaluate and assess the impact to external socio-political realities in their own practices.
1.5 Hours of Continuing Education Credit