Nonverbal communication in Infant Research & Adult Psychotherapy
Nonverbal Communication in Infant Research and Adult Psychotherapy
2nd May 2019
This conference examines how the multimodal microanalytic approach to capturing the rich complexity of the infant-caregiver interaction, as developed by Stern, Beebe and others, can be used for research as well as applied to the therapeutic process itself – with infants, children, and adults.
Morning: Research: Mother and Infant Urgent Engagement at Four Months in the Wake of Trauma and Loss: 9/11 Pregnant Widows.
Afternoon: Adult Psychotherapy for a Traumatized Patient.
The conference is suitable for clinicians, practitioners, researchers and academics with an interest in how relationships are constituted and where they may lead from infancy to adulthood.
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