Child Colloquium Series: Alienation and Cultural Factors: Male Immigrants Coping with Dislocation and Loss - Presenter: Robert Tyminski, DMH | Discussant: Gregory Villalba, LCSW
2019 - 2020 Child Colloquium Series
Sarah Stadler, MD, Chair
Jacqueline Ward, PhD, Co-Chair
David Frankel, PhD, Courtney Hartman, PsyD, Tam-Anh Pham, LMFT, and Yen Quoc, PsyD, Committee Members
Language and Other Communications
The Child Psychoanalytic Program of SFCP welcomes you to a series of presentations demonstrating the scope of intensive work with children. These events offer an opportunity to hear a range of theoretical perspectives and clinical approaches. This year the series focuses on trauma recovery and the important role of the caregiver’s ability to attend to children's deep anxieties and their defenses. We hope you will attend several events and become part of the ongoing discussion, contributing to enriching clinical work and theoretical understanding.
|Program Title:||Alienation and Cultural Factors:
Male Immigrants Coping with Dislocation and Loss
|Date:||Saturday, February 1, 2020|
|Time:||10:00am - 12:00noon|
|Presenter:||Robert Tyminski, DMH|
|Discussant:||Gregory Villalba, LCSW|
|Location:||San Francisco Center for Psychoanalysis
444 Natoma Street
San Francisco, CA 94103
|CME/CE:||2 CME/CE Credits available for $ 20.00 (SFCP Members) or $ 24.00 (non-SFCP Members)|
This talk will explore clinical material from Dr. Tyminski’s new book, with attention to cultural factors and immigration history. Alienation often occurs when a gap between “new” and “old”, unfamiliar and familiar, seems unbridgeable. Boys and men with immigrant histories sometimes describe that they feel “broken” in an effort to repair such gaps in experience. This presentation will focus on a case example from Tyminski’s book in which cultural issues related to family, language, and social attitudes were unconsciously wrapped in loss, making it difficult for a patient’s sense of self to develop further.
Robert Tyminski, DMH is an adult and child analyst member of the C. G. Jung Institute of San Francisco and a past President; he teaches in the Institute’s analytic training program. He is a Clinical Professor in the Department of Psychiatry at the University of California at San Francisco. He is a 2016 winner of the Michael Fordham Prize from the Journal of Analytical Psychology. His new book is Male Alienation at the Crossroads of Identity, Culture and Cyberspace. His previous book The Psychology of Theft and Loss: Stolen and Fleeced was published in 2014 by Routledge.
- define two psychic characteristics of alienation.
- give a clinical example of how a person’s immigration background can sidetrack psychological growth.
- describe one way an immigrant might cope with adapting to a new country
The San Francisco Center for Psychoanalysis is accredited by the Institute for Medical Quality/California Medical Association (IMQ/CMA) to provide continuing medical education for physicians. The San Francisco Center for Psychoanalysis takes responsibility for the content, quality and scientific integrity of this CME activity.
The San Francisco Center for Psychoanalysis is approved by the American Psychological Association to sponsor continuing education for psychologists. The San Francisco Center for Psychoanalysis maintains responsibility for this program and its contents.
PHYSICIANS: The San Francisco Center for Psychoanalysis designates this educational activity for a maximum of 2 credits as listed for each individual program, AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)™. Physicians should only claim credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity. This credit may also be applied to the CMA Certification in Continuing Medical Education.
LCSWs/MFTs: The San Francisco Center for Psychoanalysis is an entity recognized by the Board of Behavioral Sciences to provide Continuing Education Credits pursuant to Section 1887.4.3.
PSYCHOLOGISTS: Psychologists attending SFCP events approved for CME credits may report AMA PRA Category 1Credit(s)™ toward their CE requirements. Psychologists self-certify the number of hours they have completed on their renewal form (whether online or paper). The San Francisco Center for Psychoanalysis is approved by the American Psychological Association to sponsor continuing education for psychologists. The San Francisco Center for Psychoanalysis maintains responsibility for this program and its content.
REGISTERED NURSES: The San Francisco Center for Psychoanalysis is a provider approved by the California Board of Registered Nursing (CEP 02677) on an hour for hour basis.
Commercial Support: None
Faculty Disclosure: All following moderators and planning committee members have disclosed NO financial interest/arrangement or affiliation with commercial companies who have provided products or services, relating presentation(s) or commercial support for this continuing medical education activity. All conflicts of interest have been resolved in accordance with the ACCME Updated Standards for Commercial Support.
The Child Colloquium Series are offered free of charge through a generous support of the SFCP and the Sophia Mirviss Fund.