Emotions in the practice of systemic-dialogical therapy - master class
Monday, 18 September 2017 at 09:30 - Friday, 22 September 2017 at 17:00 (CEST)
San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
In this 5-day Masterclass, participants will learn how to use my own way of working with emotions in the course of systemic therapy sessions, conducted according to a dialogical method. The learning will entail a reflection both on specific techniques, and on the therapist’s own emotional stances and biases. Participants will be encouraged to bring their own clinical cases, dilemmas, or institutional problems within the Masterclass. They will be processes, using the participants group as a systemic team, adopting the new emotion-centred perspective. The masterclass will be run according to the following outline: Day 1: Emotional systems in therapy: dominant andsilent emotions Day 2: The therapist'e emotions: emotional positioning in systems Day 3: Hypothesising, questioning and emotions Day 4: Specific emotions: shame, contempt, anger Day 5: Specific emotions: fear, sadness, boredom
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Dottor Bertrando Paolo - Associazione psicologia psicoterapia il Conventino
Paolo Bertrando MD, PhD, graduated in medicine and specialized in psychiatry in Milan, Italy. He was trained in systemic family therapy by Luigi Boscolo and Gianfranco Cecchin in the 1980s, and used initially the Milan Approach for working with families with a member diagnosed with schizophrenia. He later joined Boscolo and Cecchin’s Milan center for family Therapy, where he was a trainer from 1993 to 2002. In 2003, he co-founded the Episteme systemic training center, where he was director until 2012. Currently he is scientific director of the Systemic-Dialogical School in Bergamo, where he is trying to develop a brand of systemic therapy closer to a dialogical position and practice.
He published several articles and books about systemic therapy. the most relevant are the two books co-written with Luigi Boscolo, The Times of Time (New York, Norton, 1993), and Systemic Therapy with Individuals (London, Karnac Books, 1996). His latest book published in 2007 is The Dialogical Therapist (London, Karnac Books).
Dr. Bertrando has travelled widely holding workshops and seminars on several topics related to systemic therapy, in Italy, Spain, Norway, Denmark, Greece, United Kingdom, Ireland, Chile, Colombia, Mexico, Singapore, New Zealand and Australia. His present interests concern the dynamics of systemic therapy (both from a methodological and experimental point of view), the relationship between psychiatric and systemic thinking, and the dynamics of emotions according to a systemic view.