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William Kenner, M.D. "Iatrogenic Trauma: When moral outrages blocks listening and empathy, trauma can ensue."

  • Wednesday, November 08, 2017
  • 6:30 PM - 8:30 PM
  • Luton Conference Room, Vanderbilt Psychiatric Hospital, 1601 23rd Avenue South Nashville, TN 37212

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  • If you are not a current member, there is a $10 fee for this event.
  • If you are a current member of the organization, there is no additional fee for this event.

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"Iatrogenic Trauma: When moral outrage blocks listening and empathy, trauma can ensue."

William Kenner, M.D.,  is an adult and pediatric psychiatrist, and psychoanalyst as well as a medical ethicist. He is an Assistant Clinical Professor of Psychiatry at Vanderbilt Medical School and an Instructor at the St. Louis Psychoanalytic Institute.



Learning Objectives:

  • The presentation will make clear the conflicting roles between therapy and forensic expert.
  • The audience will have an opportunity to decide what was helpful and damaging for this teenager.
  • The teen will point out the interface between biology and teen development.

Schedule

6:30 – 7:00 Wine and hors d'oeuvres
7:00 – 8:30 Presentation and discussion

Parking is available in the garage on Children's Way.

Enter VPH through the northeast side of building facing the South Garage near Children’s Hospital

(see map below)


Continuing Education:

  • 1.5 hours of continuing education offered.

  • Costs:  $10 to non-members, Free to Members.

The Nashville Center for Psychoanalysis & Psychodynamic Psychotherapy is approved by the American Psychological Association to provide continuing education credits for psychologists. The Nashville Center for Psychoanalysis & Psychodynamic Psychotherapy maintains responsibility for this program and its content.

 

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