The Sue Fairbanks Lecture Series
Psychoanalytic Theory and Practice with Vulnerable, Oppressed and Marginalized Populations
Speaker: Joan Berzoff, M.S.W., Ed.D., Professor; Co-Director of the Doctoral Program; Director, End of Life Certificate Program at Smith College School for Social Work Northampton, MA
Dr. Joan Berzoff
Date: October 1, 2010
Length: 2 hours 23 minutes
Description: Dr. Joan Berzoff, Professor, Smith College School for Social Work, will present "Psychoanalytic Theory and Practice with Vulnerable, Oppressed and Marginalized Populations." Dr. Berzoff has taught at Smith College for 31 years and directs the End of Life Certificate Program. She is the former chair of the Human Behavior in the Social Environment Sequence and doctoral program. Berzoff is the co-author of three books: "Living with Dying," "Dissociative Identity Disorders: Controversies in the Diagnosis and Treatment" and "Inside Out and Outside In." Her forthcoming book is entitled "Falling through the Cracks: Psychodynamic Practice with Vulnerable and At Risk Populations."
- Flyer (PDF)
- Handout (PDF)
- Part 1 (1 hour 18 minutes), Mp3 Audio file (MP3)
- Part 2 (1 hour 5 minutes), Mp3 Audio file (MP3)
Disclaimer: The statements made here represent the speakers' own thoughts. Neither the School of Social Work, The University of Texas at Austin, nor any organization providing support for this effort necessarily endorses the views and statements included here.