New England Seminar • Kari Gleiser, PhD

Seeing the Invisible: The Role of Recognition in Healing From Neglect and Deprivation

With Kari Gleiser, PhD

Registration at 12:30
Seminar from 1:00-4:30
Light refreshments will be served at the break

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About the Seminar

Attachment experiences between caregiver and child are powerful sculptors of personality, and become key determinants in how an individual relates to self, other and emotions over a lifetime.  When a child’s early attachment relationships are characterized by recurrent “errors of omission” that child can develop areas of psychic darkness or invisibility. Such “invisible” traumas are hard to heal, and left unrecognized, can become self-perpetuating, both relationally and intra-relationally.  In this workshop, we will watch a session of a patient and explore how recognition plays an essential role in creating these bonds and sparking deep emotional processing of grief.

Course Fee

This workshop costs $75.00, and students pay only $55.00. The walk-in fee is $95.00.


Registration Closed

CE Credit

This seminar includes 3 hours of continuing education credit from our co-sponsor R. Cassidy Seminars. To view the CE accreditation statement click here. View our cancellation/refund policy.

Getting to the Venue

For directions to Andover Newton Theological School, click here.

Event Details:


1:00 pm - 4:30 pm

Registration starts at 12:30 pm


Andover Newton Theological School
210 Herrick Road
Newton Centre, MA

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