Presentations

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Ongoing and Prior Workshops/Seminar Experience

Supervision Study Group on Severe Personality Disorders.  Metropolitan Center for Mental Health – 2014- Present

Help staff supervisors and therapists to develop a strong theoretical base to understand severe personality disorders and demonstrate, though the use of clinical material, specific interventions and techniques that can be used with these challenging patients.

Self-Sabotage and Self-Injury:  A Theoretical & Clinical Perspective

DATE LOCATION
11/21/2016 NYU Langone
11/02/2016 Atria West 86
10/26/2016 New York Presbyterian Hospital / Columbia University Medical Center
10/05/2016 Atria Riverdale – Assisted Living Facility

 

The Challenging Nonadherent Patient: Theoretical and Clinical Considerations

DATE LOCATION
11/07/2016 Hospital for Special Surgery
09/27/2016 Helen Hayes Hospital
08/07/2016 Atlantic Dialysis Management Co.
07/06/2016 New York Presbyterian Hospital / Columbia University Medical Center
01/11/2016 DOROT
12/02/2015 DeWitt Rehabilitation and Nursing Center
11/18/2015 Atria West 86th Street
11/11/2015 Atria Riverdale
11/04/2015 Alvita Care
10/28/2015 The Riverside Premier Rehabilitation and Healing Center

 

Working with the Depressed Aging Population: Theoretical and Clinical Considerations

DATE LOCATION
06/01/2016 The Riverside Premier Rehabilitation and Healing Center
05/25/2016 The Riverside Premier Rehabilitation and Healing Center
05/18/2016 The Riverside Premier Rehabilitation and Healing Center
05/04/2016 The Riverside Premier Rehabilitation and Healing Center

 

The Challenging Nonadherent Child and Adolescent: Theoretical and Clinical Considerations

DATE LOCATION
03/04/2016 1651 Third Ave.  NYC 10128
02/26/2016 1651 Third Ave. NYC 10128
01/22/2016 1651 Third Ave.  NYC 10128

 

A Clinical Workshop:  Treatment of a Narcissistic Personality Disorder.  The Metropolitan Center for Mental Health and the Metropolitan Institute for Training in Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy.  May 2015.
Psychoanalytic Journal Club / Study Group – 2010- 2012.
Helped graduate and postgraduate students comprehend and critically appraise the psychoanalytic literature related to human development, ego psychology and object relations theory.
Working with the Medically Ill Patient:  Adaptive vs. Maladaptive Solutions.  Metropolitan Training Institute (MITPP), June, 2010.
Drug Addiction and Homelessness:  A Psychodynamic Perspective. In-Service training to the George Daly House Homeless Shelter staff, January, 2007.
Contemporary Approaches to Treating the Narcissistically Disturbed Patient.  In-service training to the Employee Development staff, November, 2006.

Additional Presentations

Reducing Non-adherence to Dialysis:A Psychodynamic Intervention.  NKF 2015 Spring Clinical Meeting, Dallas, Texas, opening night presentation, 2015
Working with the Challenging (Narcissistically Disturbed) Nonadherent Patient. Blanton-Peale, 2015
Grandiosity & Omnipotence to Loss & Self-Reflection: Treatment of a Narcissistically Disturbed Patient IPTAR Community presentation, 2015
Working with the Challenging (Narcissistically Disturbed) Non-adherent Patient: IPTAR Speakers Bureau presentation at the Freelances Union, 2015
The Application of a Psychodynamic Intervention to Decrease Non-adherence to Medical or Psychological Treatment. The Metropolitan Society of Psychoanalytic Psychotherapists, 2015
End Stage Renal Disease & Non-adherence to Hemodialysis: Evaluation of a Psychodynamic Intervention.  Council of Nephrology Social Workers, 2011
An Empirical Study of Treatment Outcome in Child-Adolescent Therapy. Cancelmo, J., Frosch, A., Mazzella, A., Greenblatt, R., et. al. IPTAR Investigative Psychoanalytic Series, 2004
Psychosocial Factors in Treating the Depressed Renal Patient. Keynote speaker, Council of Nephrology Social Workers, 2003.
Psychosocial Factors in Treating the Renal Patient. Annual Kidney & Urology Foundation of America, La Guardia Marriott Hotel, 2002

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