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Visibility of Countertransference

Learn a new way of processing negative countertransference through the art of the right brain

Presented by: Inna Danieli, LCSW


2.5 Continuing Education Credits

2.5 CEs for LPC & Counselors

This Event is Co-Sponsored by The New Jersey Society for Clinical Social Work


Ethical Culture Society of Bergen County
687 Larch Ave.
Teaneck, NJ 07666 United States

Website: https://ethicalfocus.org/

General Admission: $55.00

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About This Presentation

Remember that difficult client that you have? Remember the feelings that remained with you after he or she left your office? Very early in our careers we learn that it is called countertransference. We deal with those feelings in different ways: discuss them in supervision, figure them out on our own, go to the gym or act them out. But have you ever seen them with your own eyes? What do they look like? Have you ever had a full visual picture of that anger or guilt or the sensation in your body that cannot be put in words?

We want to show the countertransference to you.

Come to this experiential hands-on workshop at NJI to learn a new way to unload countertransference. Inna will make a short presenta- tion about an analytical case and show you her countertransference feelings in a visual form. We want to teach you a new skill of process- ing your feelings of countertransference using right brain-oriented techniques that will help you prevent burnout and free yourself from holding these feelings in your body.

The learning objective of this workshop is to obtain a new practical skill of processing feelings of countertransference in order to prevent professional burnout.


Learning Objectives

1. Define burnout and identify signs of burnout based on research.
2. Improve their ability to define connection between burnout and negative countertransference feelings in order to be able to provide effective treatment to clients.
3. Learn at least one new skill to prevent professional burnout.
4. Identify the differences between burnout and compassion fatigue based on recent theoretical research.


About the Presenter

Inna Danieli, LCSW, MBA is a trained, licensed psychotherapist and is a full-time private practitioner in Englewood, NJ. After graduating with an MSW, Inna completed extensive training in trauma treatment (including EMDR and SE), a 2.5 year program of Jungian Sand Tray Therapy, and continued her post-graduate education at NJI in the Advanced Psychoanalytical program.

Inna provides training and workshops in the following areas: trauma, sand tray, parenting and cultural competency at various professional conferences and universities in the US and Israel. Additionally, Inna holds a Masters degree in Business Administration (graduated in 2003 – New York, USA) and a Bachelor’s degree in philosophy (graduated in 2000 – Tel Aviv, Israel). Inna’s personal interests are mixed media art work, painting, horseback riding and travel.

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