In this year’s lecture, through case examples and theory, Dr. Jonathan Salk will discuss the blending boundaries across various therapeutic modalities and their integration in clinical practice. Among these modalities and orientations, he will address psychopharmacology, cognitive behavioral perspective, psychoanalytical/relationship oriented psychotherapy, expressive and experiential processes, trauma, family systems approach, and broader social implications of what we do as psychiatrists.
A two-night retreat providing an introduction to approaching psychotherapy in early residency and promoting unity within the intern class. Highlights will include a psychotherapy primer, an introduction to Process Group, and lots of time for eating, relaxing, and bonding with your co-interns.
Beyond the Classical Paradigm: States of Exception and the Remaking of Psychoanalysis Between the World Wars
A part of the series on psychoanalysis & society, sponsored by the Leo Rangell Professorial Endowment at the Semel Institute Center for Social Medicine & Humanities, with the support of the Psychiatric Clinical Faculty Association. Dinner will be served.
For the past several years PCFA has held a mentoring dinner for the UCLA residents with a “speed dating” program designed to acquaint the residents with supervisors and mentors in the local psychiatric community. The evening will begin with a quick dinner with approximately 24 residents and 12 faculty members. After dinner and a short introduction by the faculty members, each resident and faculty member will be assigned to a station where they will be seated facing each other. At the sound of a bell, residents and faculty members will get about five minutes to get to know each other and discuss their interests. At the sound of the next bell, the residents will rotate to the next station while the faculty members remain seated. These sessions will repeat until all of the residents have had facetime with all of the faculty members.
The event is open to all residents. The R2s and R3s will be looking for RPC supervisors. Other residents will be looking for mentors and networking opportunities.
An RSVP is required. Please e-mail email@example.com or call the office at (310) 206-6335.
The Place of Culture in the Clinical Encounter: Ethics, Intersubjectivity, and the Politics of Alterity
Laurence Kirmayer, MD, FRCPC, FCAHS, FRSC, is a James McGill Professor and Director, Division of Social and Transcultural Psychiatry, Department of Psychiatry, at McGill University.
This is a trainee-only event that will consist of a case presentation and discussion over dinner. Residents and fellows at all UCLA-affiliated psychiatry program are encouraged to attend. Please RSVP to Lela DeGolia at firstname.lastname@example.org.