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Finding ourselves in others. Love in Transference and Countertransference


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Finding ourselves in others. Love in Transference and Countertransference
Finding ourselves in others. Love in Transference and Countertransference

Time and place

Nov 03, 2023, 8:00 AM – Nov 05, 2023, 2:00 PM

ZOOM. Eastern time

About the event

Finding ourselves in others. Love in Transference and Countertransference


November 3-5 (Friday – Saturday – Sunday)

8AM – 1.30 PM UTC -4 Eastern Time (ET)

*Please be cognizant of applicable time zones

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In a program:

Total 5 process groups

1 large group

3 lectures & workshops with articles discussion

Alice Brown and Greg McCall - "Love and Hate in Transference and Countertransference"

Ekaterina Belokoskova-Mikhailova - "Erotic Transference and Countertransference"

Mikhail Bogomaz - "Love, hate, indifference: instilling correct institutional values"

Discussion of theoretical approaches

Discussion of practical cases from faculties

The process group is conducted in English. 

Lectures and large group work with simultaneous translation from English into Russian and vice versa.

For whom:

  • group training for students from all over the world
  • coaches
  • psychologists
  • psychoanalysts
  • specialists working with groups in different modalities
  • mental health practitioners
  • professionals looking for a new profession

You can:

  • Become a leader or moderator of psychological groups, work with business groups.
  • Improve your skills and get acquainted with the specifics of psychoanalytic group management.
  • Organize effective interaction of participants and manage the group process.
  • To make the group a tool for the development of awareness and psychological assistance
  • Group psychotherapy is a long-term investment in greater awareness, transformation of yourself and your soft skills
  • Enhance understanding of group dynamics/

Intensive group psychotherapy allows you to get in touch with your unconscious in a short time, to see yourself through the eyes of others, finding humanity in the other, building bridges across the abyss.

We will deal with the theory and practice of working with transference and countertransference in a group.

Process group

While it may be therapeutic for participants, is not designed to serve as therapy. The process group is designed as a “here and now” experience focusing on how a person functions in the immediate moment. We ask that all thoughts and feelings towards the other members be put into words. Origins of these thoughts and feelings are also explored. We study how patterns of group form and reform themselves as the members observe both themselves and others within these group patterns. The group leader demonstrates interventions which aim to resolve resistances and foster progressive emotional communication and, when appropriate, explains the underlying theory and the timing of the intervention.


The workshop focuses specifically on some aspect of the theme of the weekend using a

combination of didactic presentation and experiential material. A reading is assigned for each workshop. Specific questions about the theoretical material and how it relates to group leadership are welcomed.


Alice Brown - Psy.D., Licensed Psychologist, CGP

Greg Maccoll - LCSW, CGP, FAGPA

Misha Bogomaz - Director at University of North Florida Counseling Center

Tevya Zukor - Ph.D., CGP Director. Licensed Clinical Psychologist

Jeffrey M. Price - MA, LPC, LAC, CGP, AGPA-F

To receive a certificate of completion, participants must attend the entire workshop and submit all paperwork.

Cost of participation:

until September 30 – 350 USD

until October 29 - 450 USD


Special discoun for students.

Zoom link will be sent to the email address you provide during registration


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