The Knowing is in the Being: Perspectives on Psychodynamic and Cognitive-Integrative Therapy
Although psychodynamic and cognitive therapies developed pretty much as separate cultures, there is a lot of actual overlap. Ultimately, the beingness of human beings remains constant, and all effective therapy involves thoughts and feelings, actions and reactions, body and mind, within the client, the therapist, and the therapeutic pair.
But in our silo-dominated therapy metaculture, the beingness is often left undiscussed.
Jay Einhorn and Noriko Martinez come at that beingness both similarly and differently, but they share a commitment to understanding human experience in its own context first. They ground their understanding of how therapy works on that basis.
Jay and Noriko will discuss aspects of human nature, how therapy works, and how they apply that in their own therapeutic work and in their consultation with therapists.
About Noriko Martinez
Noriko Martinez, PhD, LCSW, has a private practice in Northfield, Northbrook and Chicago. Her focus is applying cognitive-integrative perspectives and theories of attachment and mentalization.
She specializes in cross-cultural contexts and gifted children and adults. She is Head of Clinical Services and Chair of the Board of the Gifted Learning Center-North Shore, where she supervises the Master Clinician lecture series. She teaches at Loyola University Chicago. Her website is www.norikomartinez.com.
North Suburban(ish) Networking Meeting
About Jay Einhorn
Jay Einhorn, PhD, LCPC, is a therapist, diagnostician, and consultant in independent practice in Evanston and Glencoe. He is a Clinical Supervisor at the Family Institute of Northwestern University, Consulting Psychologist at Roycemore School, and Chair of Peer Study Groups and Past President for the Chicago Association for Psychoanalytic Psychology.
Jay presented on Inclusive Psychodynamic and Cognitive-Behavioral Consultation at the Society for the Exploration of Psychotherapy Integration conference in Denver earlier this year. He provides consultation for therapists in office and online. His website is www.psychatlarge.com.
The Juniper Center Monthly Professional Networking and Learning Event
Please join us Friday,
September 15, 2017
9:30 to 11:00 AM
We meet at our Park Ridge office:
1440 Renaissance Drive, Suite 320.
All are welcome.
This is a free event.
One (1 ) State of Illinois CEU will be available ($10).
Please RSVP to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Continental breakfast will be available.