The Massachusetts General Hospital Department of Psychiatry and the MGH Center for Psychodynamic Therapy invite you to attend the patient and family education program How Psychodynamic Psychotherapy Can Help: The Role of Insight-Oriented Treatments.
This exciting event will provide an opportunity for individuals coping with emotional and interpersonal difficulties, their family, friends, treaters and others to learn about psychodynamic psychotherapy and become actively involved in the treatment of someone they care about. This event offers important clinical expertise from academic clinicians. We will share our vision of modern psychodynamic therapies that are patient-centered and oriented towards relief of emotional distress and improved satisfaction in one’s relationships.
Presenters will discuss the benefits of individual psychodynamic psychotherapy for exploring and addressing life’s challenges in a unique manner. Presenters will also discuss treatments for couples looking to improve their relationships. The program will also feature a panel of patients speaking about their experiences with psychotherapy.
Presenters will discuss the use of group psychotherapy to address interpersonal challenges and the experience of combining psychotherapy with medication management.
This program is made possible through the generosity of the MGH Endowment for the Advancement of Psychotherapy.
Massachusetts General Hospital Department of Psychiatry
The Massachusetts General Hospital Center for Psychodynamic Therapy
The Massachusetts General Hospital Psychiatry Academy
This free educational program is designed exclusively for patients, families and friends. This program is not offered for continuing education credit.
Date: Saturday, November 18, 2017
9:15 am – 3:15 pm, with check-in from 9:15-10:00 am
Complimentary coffee, tea, and lunch will be served.
Location: Massachusetts General Hospital
The Starr Center Auditorium
185 Cambridge Street, 2nd floor
Boston, MA, 02114
Located in the Charles River Plaza in the Richard B. Simches Research Center Building next to CVS and Whole Foods.
Cost: The program is offered at no charge for patients and their families.
Transportation and Parking:
Due to the increasing demands of patient and patient visitor parking, MGH is not able to support event parking in the Fruit Street, Parkman Street, Yawkey, or Charles River Plaza garages. Because of the hospital’s close proximity to the Charles/Mass General Red Line Station, the use of public transportation whenever possible for this event is highly recommended. Parking will not be discounted or validated free of charge.
Registration: Seating is limited and preregistration is required. To learn more about the program and register, click here. or call 866-644-7792.
For more information about the patient and family education series, visit www.mghpatientfamily.org.