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New Voices (Part 1): Recipients of the Diana Siskind Award for Excellence in Writing

March 6, 2022 | Virtual

No CEs granted for this program.

AAPCSW-NY presents a panel from the AAPCSW 2021 Conference A Time to Think, A Time to Act: Caring about the known and the Unknown

Date: Sunday, March 6, 2022
Time: 5:00 pm - 7:00 pm EST
Fees: FREE (open to public)
Location: Virtual - Live Streaming.
ZOOM link to be emailed before event to all registrants.

RSVP to Barbara Matos, barbara.matos@aapcsw.org


Program

Ruth Wyatt, LCSW, Moderator

Huey Hawkins, Jr., PhD, MSW, LCSW
The Antisocial Tendency and the Role of Deprivation: Facilitating the Maternal Environment

This paper explores Winnicott's conceptualization of the antisocial tendency and the role of deprivation. Speaking from his experiences of working with a child patient in foster care for nearly 12 years, the author discusses his provision of a maternal environment. The foster care system in St. Louis, MO, intersecting with race and class barriers are also explored.

After attending the presentation, participants will be able to:

  • Discuss the role of deprivation in antisocial acts/behaviors.
  • Identify ways to facilitate maternal environments in treatment settings.

Marisa K. Mickel, LCSW
Becoming E, Becoming Me: Locating Ourselves and Each Other in a Clinical Experience of Fusion and the Uncanny

This case study explores the process of “becoming” for the client and for the analyst-in-training, within a clinical environment infused by the uncanny. Both grapple with internal and external psychic turmoil informed by the client's trauma history, and literally drawn into session through the client's art. The case challenges the listener, as it challenged the client and clinician, to identify and explore areas of fusion and the unknown through careful listening, presence, and acceptance.

After attending the presentation, participants will be able to:

  • Identify areas of fusion in their work
  • Discuss their own disavowed clinical experiences, including unwanted feelings and self-perceptions.

Biographies

Huey Hawkins, Jr., PhD, MSW, LCSW PhD, Inst for Clinical Social Work. Recipient, St. Louis Psychoanalytic Inst Research Fellow (2019-2020). Private practice, St. Louis, MO.

Marisa K. Mickel, LCSW Candidate, Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy Study Center (PPSC). Director, Faculty, PPSC Clinical Journeys, one-year certificate program. Graduate, NYU Silver School of SW. Certified meditation teacher. Private practice, New York and Cold Spring, NY.

Ruth Wyatt, LCSW Faculty and Co-Director, PPSC Child and Adolescent Training program. Private practice, New York, NY.