Silent Voices: Working with Dissociated Self States. The Treatment of Eating Disorders and Dissociative Disorders

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The Institute for the Advancement of Self Psychology

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The Toronto Hospital Department of Psychiatry


Susan H. Sands, Ph.D.


Toronto, Ontario
Saturday, September 28, 1996

Conference Program

8:30 Registration & Coffee
9:15 Introductions
9:30 Dr. Susan Sands

"Silent Voices: Working with Dissociated Self States. The Treatment of Eating Disorders and Dissociative Disorders"

11:00 Coffee
11:30 Workshops led by faculty of IASP
12:45 Luncheon
2:00 Case Presentation to Dr. Sands
3:00 Discussion
3:45 Closing Remarks

IASP Conference Faculty

Sam Izenberg
Alan Kindler
Ellen Lewinberg
Gary Rodin
Gary Taerk
Mary Wright

Location

The Toronto Hospital
Norman Urquhart Wing
Ground Floor, Room 113

(Enter through Eaton Wing entrance at 200 Elizabeth Street, south of College Street)

Registration Fees

o Before September 1 $120.00
o After September 1 $130.00
o Full time Students and Seniors $ 70.00

To register send Name, Address, Postal Code, Phone, Fax, Professional Affiliation/Degree, and payment to:

IASP
166 Howland Avenue
Toronto, Ontario, M5R 3B6
(Make cheque payable to: IASP)

For further information please contact Ellen Lewinberg at (416) 928-1977 or by email at joellen@pathcom.com.

Dr. Susan H. Sands is in private practice in Berkeley, California. She is on the teaching faculty of the Northern California Society for Psychoanalytic Psychology, San Francisco, and the clinical faculty of the Wright Institute, Berkeley. Her published articles apply self psychology theory to eating disorders, MPD, female development and countertransference.

The Institute for the Advancement of Self Psychology has been established to train professionals in Psychoanalytic Self Psychology. The next class will commence in September 1997. For further information, please call IASP at (416) 928-1977.


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