17 617-244-1682 | 888-244-6843 | ce@williamjames.edu Andrea Celenza, PhD Online: November 12- December 9, 2018 PPP18-2 18 CE Credits $450 Psychoanalytic Studies | Core Courses & Luminary Lectures What, Where Is Psychoanalysis: Classic Concepts, New Meanings This course is designed for students, supervisors, teachers, and psychoanalytic practitioners who want a solid foundation in the history of theorizing and technique. This course traces the history of psychoanalytic theorizing and technique from Clas- sical positivist, one-person conceptualizations to a Relational, two-person, intersubjective engagement, and beyond to con- temporary models of Field Theory. This trajectory is designed to highlight selected basic concepts from both classical and contemporary perspectives, examining the epistemological un- derpinnings of each as psychoanalytic theorizing is transformed throughout its history. Each topic is covered from an historical vantage point to establish a foundation of the concept as it was originally conceived. Then these concepts are reformulated through a postmodern lens with a resultant discussion of the changes that ensued due to the transformations of theory and technique. Readings have been selected that represent seminal moments in the history of psychoanalytic thinking, marking a turning point, or an elaboration of the concept. By studying the watershed shifts that have occurred in psychoanalytic theoriz- ing, participants will be able to evolve their practice of psycho- analytic psychotherapy to a higher, more sophisticated level, broadening and deepening their clinical practice. Luminary Lectures Each Luminary Lecture will be available, on demand, between January 1 and June 30, 2018. My Psychoanalytic Journey: A Retrospective An online lecture taught by Patrick Casement, MA, which explores the professor’s personal experiences as a social worker, psychotherapist, and psychoanalyst, and focuses on what we make of theory, how we listen to our patients, and how we rediscover theory throughout our clinical practice. LS18-1 | 1 CE Credit | $45 Mutual Vulnerability: An Ethic of Clinical Practice An online lecture taught by Lew Aron, PhD, which focuses on how differences between psychotherapy and psychoanalysis have developed, from a historical and cultural perspective. The lecture touches upon the binary of power and gendered differences that have dominated the history of psychotherapy and psychoanalysis, and also introduces the idea of mutual vulnerability. LS18-2 | 1 CE Credit | $45