The Sense of Home, Homelessness and Nowhere-ness – A Day with Joshua Durban

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PINC International Visiting Scholar Joshua Durban

with Jed Sekoff, Rachael Peltz and Facilitator Alice Shaw

Saturday May 4, 9:00 AM – 3:00 PM

flyerWhat is the sense of an internal home? A complex achievement developed in states of object relating, it can be severely disrupted by infantile, transgenerational and immigration traumas. “Nowhere-ness” arises from overwhelming anxieties of being, leaving the self in states of nameless grief, dread and devastation. Durban, Sekoff and Peltz will discuss the psychoanalyst’s role in promoting the creation of an internal home through enlarging the patient’s capacity for grief and mourning and in the transformative processes of linking and mantling, the “double helix” of mental life.

After April 20th general and member admission increase by $40, Student and Community Providers by $20. Community Mental Health Provider (CMHP) discount is available to full-time workers in a community mental health field. (5) Continuing Education Credits available for additional fee of $50.

Early registration is recommended to assure your preference for lunch. We cannot include lunch with registration at the event.

May 4th, 2019 9:00 AM   through   3:00 PM
International House Berkeley
2299 Piedmont Avenue
Berkeley, CA 94720
United States

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Event Fee(s)
Non-Member $ 190.00
PINC Member $ 130.00
Student, Candidate, Academic $ 80.00
FT CMH Worker $ 80.00
Box lunch (included)
CE Credits (5) $ 50.00