[Audio and Video] EP05 State of the Art Address 01 – The Dance of Courage: Rising Above Anxiety, Fear and Shame – Harriet Lerner, Ph.D.
Courses Content :
State of the Art Address Category: Evolution of Psychotherapy | Evolution of Psychotherapy 2005
Course Levels: Master’s Degree or Higher in a Health-Related Field Faculty: Harriet Lerner, PhD
Format: Audio and Video Duration: 55:30
Original air date: December 9, 2005
The three primary emotions that fuel most human emotions are anxiety, fear, and shame. Our environment and relationships grow or shrink in direct measure to our capacity to manage these tough emotions. Dr. Lerner unveils the underlying mischief and wisdom of these unpleasant emotions and provides a useful and fascinating viewpoint on the various faces of bravery.
Objectives of Education:
To describe the detrimental and hidden effects of anxiety on our functioning.
To discover the essential elements of relationship bravery.
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Harriet Lerner, PhD, is a clinical psychologist and feminist theorist and therapist.
She worked as a staff psychologist at the Menninger Clinic in Topeka, Kansas, and as a faculty member and supervisor at the Karl Menninger School of Psychiatry from 1972 until 2001. She worked significantly on the psychology of women and family connections during this time period, modifying standard psychoanalytic ideas to fit feminist and family systems viewpoints.