Webinar: Interpretive Dynamic TA Psychotherapy (IDTAP): Transference and Countertransference Perspectives
Different TA approaches have different impacts and differ in terms of effect. It is, hence, important that as clinicians we are aware of these differences and when/how to apply them.
Interpretive Dynamic TA Psychotherapy (IDTAP) stems from the roots of Berne’s work, combining modern perspectives on transference and countertransference phenomena. Transference and countertransference work is at the core of interpretive TA approach and, as such, the approach falls back on it in support of diagnosis, analysis of in-session presentations, and treatment in clinical setting. It is focused on attaining symptomatic cure (Berne, 1966) through the resolution of the underlying conflicts, with the ultimate aim of attaining the psychoanalytic cure (Berne, 1966).
The seminar will consist of placing IDTAP in the context of Berne’s TA roots and also in terms of modern psychotherapeutic approaches. It will consist of the theory part, which will include some examples. There will also be an opportunity for integrating the theory with clinical practice through a supervision piece.
- Conceptualisation and placement of interpretive dynamic transactional analysis (TA) (IDTAP) in the context of TA history.
- Transference and countertransference from the perspective of interpretive dynamic TA psychotherapy (IDTAP).
- Dynamic ego state model and how it differs from Berne’s (1961) structural and functional models.
- Contracting and the therapeutic frame.
- Diagnosis of personality functioning and its conceptualisation.
- Common difficulties (e.g. stuckness) in the therapeutic process.
Ales Zivkovic, MSc (TA Psych), Certified Transactional Analyst (psychotherapy), is a Provisional Teaching and Supervising Transactional Analyst (psychotherapy) and a psychotherapist registered with the United Kingdom Council for Psychotherapy (UKCP). Ales has his private psychotherapy and supervision/consultation practice in London (Marylebone and Mayfair) and is internationally active as a visiting trainer. Ales specializes in developmental trauma, personality disorders, and issues concerning identity. He also specializes in group and intergroup processes, cultural and collective identities, and the impacts diversity may have at clinical, organizational, and societal levels. Ales worked within the National Health Service primary health care service as an individual and group therapist. He is a member of UKCP, the European Association for Transactional Analysis, and the International Transactional Analysis Association. Additionally, Ales works as an organizational consultant, predominantly focusing on group and intergroup processes. He can be reached at 17 Cavendish Square, London, W1G 0PH, United Kingdom; email: [email protected].
Vrijeme i način održavanja:
5.04.2022. od 18 do 19:45 putem platforme Zoom
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