ICP Supervisor Talk SP12 "Object Relations" with Andrew Pelfini





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Published on Mar 23, 2012

his presentation briefly reviews object relations theory and its effects on self beliefs, early traumas and memories, and new adaptations to living. How the past influences the present helps us construct new ways of living; sort out our needs in present time; and develops options, internal and external. With practical techniques and case examples, we explore and witness how to implement the practice of psychotherapy with less talking between client and therapist and more internal awareness and reverent guidance. Be ready to participate as you can.

Andrew Pelfini, MS, MFT, is a consultant, educator and psychotherapist in San Francisco. He has taught at SFSU, trained and supervised interns, and managed community mental health programs. He involves himself in the pursuit of helping the acute to the everyday person, guiding to ease suffering, increase potential, engender faith, and fulfill needs. He says, "Psychotherapy without faith is an empty practice, so I work hand-in-hand to connect faith with soul and psyche, reason and will."

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