About this event:
GOOD STUFF: Generosity, Gratitude, Courage, and Humility
Presenter: Salman Akhtar, MD
Professor of Psychiatry, Jefferson Medical College, Supervising and Training Analyst, Psychoanalytic Center of Philadelphia
Make plans to join us for some GOOD STUFF….
“I’ve been reading Akhtar’s work for about 25 years and a ending his presentations at every opportunity. He is my favorite presenter in the world of therapy.” John Waide, PhD, LCSW (NPI Member)
“Having spent a day in a workshop with him, Dr. Akhtar’s style of teaching reminds of the grandfather I wish I’d had. He’s wise, engaging, funny, humane, clever, and humble all rolled into one. And he’s a dedicated student of the art of psychotherapy as well!” Jamie Kyne, PhD (NPI Member)
“Dr Akhtar is thoughtful, poetic and deep.” Christina Oliver, LPC (NPI Member)
“I have a ended workshops by Salman Akhtar, MD over the past many years, and he is an excellent and vibrant speaker…” Barbara Sanders, LCSW (NPI Member)
About the Presenter:
Salman Akhtar, MD, an internationally respected psychoanalyst and author (18 solo authored books, 90+ co-authored and over 300 publications). Dr. Akhtar will present, “Good Stuff: Generosity, Gratitude, Courage and Humility”. His presentation will relate those themes to both psychopathology and as instruments to be used in psychotherapy. Dr. Akhtar is renowned for his ability to speak plainly and entertainingly but with depth and nuance concerning profound topics, with very little clinical jargon. His extensive body of work in the areas of human suffering, emotions, resilience and the therapeutic relationship position him as an expert from whom clinicians from any treatment modality can learn. Dr. Akhtar is a Professor of Psychiatry at Jefferson Medical College and a Training Analyst.
The application for APA credit for Good Stuff: Generosity, Gratitude, Courage, and Humility as Psychotherapeutic Tools to be held at the Nashville School of Law on October 20, 2018 has been approved by the Vanderbilt Division of CME for a maximum of 6.0 CE credits. No partial credit may be awarded. This course is jointly sponsored by the Nashville Psychotherapy Institute.
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