Working at the Intimate Edge



Darlene Bregman Ehrenberg, PhD

An online lecture taught by Darlene Bregman Ehrenberg, PhD, a faculty member of our Luminary Series, which focuses on introducing and exploring the concept of the intimate edge. The lecture explores ways in which providers could use their own experiences to help engage patients in their clinical practice.

Specific learning objectives:

Upon completion of this course you will have a working knowledge of:

1. Clarifying what is unique about working at the “intimate edge”

2. Having participants learn specific new ways in which they might use their own experience to help “open” the interactive moment with their patients and how these can help advance the work

3. Grasping more fully how different ways of working lead to different kinds of outcomes – with particular focus on issues of agency (and of disavowal of agency)

Program Code: LS18-6
Credits: 1
Fees: $45

Additional Information

If you are registering in Fall 2017, you will have access to the lecture and corresponding materials from September 1 to December 31, 2017.

If you are registering in Winter/Spring 2018, you will have access to the lecture and corresponding materials from January 1 to June 30, 2018.

Please note: this fully online lecture may be taken at any point during the above period, and you can continue to access it as many times you would like until the end date.

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