Below is information about our Fall Workshop programs. We are sure you will enjoy, and find helpful, both of these presentations. More details and the online registration process will be set up soon with information shared via social media and email for those who are members. We look forward to seeing you then. Otherwise we hope everyone has a great summer.
Friday, November 4, 2016 2:00-4:00
Lunch (optional and pre-ordered) 1:00
Mentalization involves the ability to perceive and understand thoughts and feelings in ourselves and in others in order to stabilize the sense of self and enhance emotions and relationships. In Mentalization-based therapy, developed by Peter Fonagy and Anthony Bateman, mentalization becomes the focus. Mentalization-based therapy has been helpful in working with people facing a variety of challenges including trauma, borderline personality disorder, interpersonal difficulties, and eating disorders.
Dr. Arnd-Caddigan is an Associate Professor of social work at East Carolina University; Associate Faculty at the Psychoanalytic Education Center of the Carolinas, and Co-Director of the Greenville Psychoanalytic Study Group. Her research area is psychotherapy process research; she is currently collaborating on a study on clinical intuition. She also maintains a private practice in Greenville, North Carolina.