There is no greater agony than bearing an untold story inside you.
-Zora Neale Hurston
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Course: Money Matters
Instructors: Chanda Griffin, LCSW and Julie Hyman, LCSW
This course will explore the powerful role that money plays in the analytic relationship and how feelings evoked in both patient and analyst such as desire, envy, anger, guilt and entitlement are often left unarticulated. Discussions and readings will include an exploration of how to identify and work with transference/countertransference resistance related to issues such as fee setting, late or non-payment, cancelations and working with insurance. Clinical examples will show how attending to issues surrounding money can deepen the treatment and give both patient and analyst more freedom to grow. Students are encouraged to bring clinical material from their own practices.
Dates: Fridays March 4, 11, 18 and 25, 2016, 3:30-5 pm
Location: 286 5th Avenue, 7E, New York, NY 10001
Chanda D. Griffin LCSW is Co-Chair of the Multicultural Committee at the Manhattan Institute for Psychoanalysis where she is a graduate of Certificate Program in Psychoanalysis and is a practicing psychoanalyst within New York City. Ms. Griffin is an Adjunct Professor at the Silberman Graduate School of Social Work at Hunter College teaching the Practice Lab, a course on mindful practice and anti-oppression within the context of clinical, community and administrative social work. Additionally, she provides trainings and consultations on best practices in social work and ethno-cultural transference/counter-transference.
Julie Hyman, LCSW completed her psychoanalytic training at Manhattan Institute for Psychoanalysis, where she is currently the co-director of clinical services. She is on the faculty of Manhattan Institute’s program in psychoanalytic psychotherapy and maintains a private practice in Manhattan.