Foundations in the psychodynamic understanding of human development, theory of change and the therapeutic
relationship, emphasizing the interpersonal, intersubjective and relational dynamics operative in the dyad. Focus on clinical
case studies where students examine multiple perspectives of effective communication/listening in therapeutic relationship.
Focus on both participants in the dyad and the multiple forms of communication both conscious and unconscious between
them. The nature of transference/countertransference dynamics are explored, including 'enactments' and how they
contribute to depend understanding of communicational complexities.
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