Psychoanalytic Supervision Group 2013-2014

Working with Countertransference
at Christian Theological Seminary

by Matthias Beier, Ph.D., LMHC, LP, NCPsyA

Now accepting new members
Who: Time frame: Location: Fee: Purpose: Clinicians with graduate degrees, pre- or post-licensure Wednesdays 10:00 am – 11:25 am; weekly 85 minute sessions, September 11, 2013 - May 19, 2014. 1050 W 42nd Street, Christian Theological Counseling Center (CTS), Room 208 $ 35-40/session (sliding scale) Processing transference and countertransference material to support therapeutic change, advance clinical practice, and facilitate therapists’ growth, especially around issues of diagnosis, culture, conflict, trauma, aggression, spirituality, and money. Object relations, self psychological, and intersubjective perspectives provide the basic theoretical frame, while other perspectives will be utilized depending on the psychodynamics of any given case.

If interested, please call (317)931-2346 or send email to for a free consultation.
About the supervisor: Matthias Beier, Ph.D., is a nationally certified psychoanalyst trained at the National Psychological Association for Psychoanalysis (NPAP), New York City, founded by Theodor Reik, one of Freud’s protégés. Beier directs and teaches in the psychoanalytically oriented M.A. program in Mental Health Counseling at Christian Theological Seminary. He is President of the Indiana Society for Psychoanalytic Thought (ISPT, a chapter of APA Div. 39); a member of the Editorial Board of The Psychoanalytic Review; licensed as a Psychoanalyst in the State of New York and as a Licensed Mental Health Counselor in Indiana; and a Diplomate in the American Association of Pastoral Counselors (AAPC). Clinically, he specializes in psychoanalytic supervision with individuals and groups, and in psychoanalysis. Trained by Arthur Robbins, who has taught countertransference-focused supervision to generations of analysts, incl. Nancy McWilliams, author of the classic Psychoanalytic Diagnosis, Beier is author of two books and numerous articles applying psychoanalysis to facilitate mental health in spirituality.

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