Date: Saturday, April 29, 2023
9:00am – 1:00pm ET Presentation and Discussion
REGISTRATION DEADLINE: Wednesday, April 26, 2023
For a complete list of dates, presenters, learning objectives, and detailed CME/CE information see flyer on the registration page.
WBCP members – $100 (4 CME/CE)
WBCP PSP and Candidates – No fee (4 CME/CE)
Non-members – $150 (4 CME/CE)
WBCP’s Fellows (2022-2023) – No fee (No CME/CE)
WBCP’s Fellows (2022-2023) – $80 (4 CME/CE)
Non-Member Students, Residents, Fellows – $50 (no CME/CE)
Non-Member Students, Residents, Fellows – $80 (4 CME/CE)
ALL FEES ARE NON-REFUNDABLE
Program Description: The war in Ukraine began on February 24, 2022. Since that time, the World Health Organization estimates that a quarter of Ukraine’s population may suffer from a mental health disorder related to the conflict. Ukrainian clinicians have been under tremendous pressure adjusting to treating their patients, supervising other clinicians, and maintaining a psychoanalytic mindset during wartime. This program will address clinicians’ experiences in wartime including treating loss, maintaining and protecting therapeutic relationships, working with children, providing supervision, translating psychoanalytic texts into Ukrainian, and the personal experience of providing psychoanalysis while living through war. Each of these topics will be addressed by a Ukrainian clinician on the panel. The panelists will also be available to answer questions from the participants.