Dr. Teague Presents: Treating Difficult Patients Part 3: OTher Psychotherapists

  • 26 Jul 2013
  • 6:30 PM
  • 28 Jul 2013
  • 4:00 PM
  • Alliant International University - Fresno Campus


  • Standard price for attending professionals. Price includes Continuing Education hours.

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Presented by: Ronald Teague, Ph.D., ABPP
CE Hours: 15

Dates and Times:
Friday, July 26, 5:30 registration, class 6:00pm- 9pm
Saturday, July 27, 8:30 registration, class 9:00am-4:00 pm
Sunday, July 28, 8:30 registration, class 9:00am-4:00 pm

Alliant International University, Fresno
5153 E. Clinton Way
Fresno, CA 93711

Rationale: Every clinical psychologist from time to time finds that from time to time his or her caseload has particularly difficult patients. The psychologist will often feel at their wits end and will be confused and not know how to treat these patients. Often the psychologist has to borrow from other theoretical orientations in order to find a way to treat these difficult patients. This course will attempt to provide an additional way of viewing some of the most difficult patients. It will draw from the work of C. G. Jung who spent his early career dealing with some of Europe's most difficult patients. It is not intended to supplant what learning education and clinical wisdom a psychologist may have obtained up to this point, but rather it will attempt to give a broader conceptual system to the senior practitioner.

Goals: The purpose of this class is to provide students with a rudimentary introduction to the concepts and techniques of Analytic psychology, which is based upon the work of C.G. Jung with special reference to dealing with other psychotherapists as patients. This developmental model of Analytic psychology demands that the student possess a basic understanding of psychoanalytic concepts, especially an understanding of the notion of the unconscious.

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