08 Sep Holding Stories and Carrying Clients’ Cries for Help in The Time of Covid
Dr. Kathleen A. Fitzgerald
Dr. Kathleen Fitzgerald is a Certified Psychoanalyst and a Licensed Marriage, and Family Therapist.
Dr. Fitzgerald has worked in the mental health field for 33 years and has a private practice in Pasadena working with individuals, 16 to age 80, couples, adolescents and families.
Additionally, she works with Artists and Designers at Art Center College of Design where she teaches The Artist’s Way workshop series.
Holding Stories and Carrying Clients’ Cries for Help in The Time of Covid: An Afternoon of Self-Care and Rejuvenation for Therapists
November 13, 2021 from 1:30 PM to 4:45 PM
About this Course
We absorb our clients’ stories and cries for help. In the best of times, we are at risk for burnout, but a year and a half of Covid has intensified this process. This afternoon’s workshop is about rejuvenation and self-care explored through Psychoanalytic perspectives to help us understand this intensity.
- Participants will define and describe the impact of therapeutic work from a
- Participants will be able to identify and describe burnout in their own work life.
- Participants will be able to identify and define the impact of holding clients’ stories in the
body and psyche.
- November 13, 2021
1:30 pm - 4:45 pm