In Philadelphia alone, the number of people who have died from drug overdoses rose to over 1,200 in 2017, up from 907 the previous year. While there has been notable progress to increase treatment access and efforts to restrict opioid prescribing, the opioid epidemic is growing stronger. On February 8th, the Psychoanalytic Center of Philadelphia (PCOP) will have a panel of experts for its event, “The Opioid Epidemic: Psychodynamic Perspectives and Interventions,” to educate clinicians about the opioid epidemic and its impact. Jeremy Frank, PhD will be on the three-person panel to describe their experience of the opioid epidemic, discuss psychodynamic theories of addiction and treatment options, and help clinicians refine their listening for themes of addiction in their patients or patients’ loved ones.
Register for the event online at www.philanalysis.org or contact PCOP for more information.
At the end of the presentation, participants will be able to:
- Identify three characteristics of psychodynamic approaches to addictions.
- Identify resources for substance use disorder treatment, including medication-assisted
- Refine their listening for themes of addiction in their patients or patients’ loved ones.
Saturday, February 8
9:00 am – 12:00 pm
Psychoanalytic Center of Philadelphia
Rockland – East Fairmount Park
3810 Mt. Pleasant Drive
Philadelphia, PA 19121
3 CE/CME credits available
Free for PCOP Members
$30 for Non-Members not Seeking Credit
$75 for Non-Members Seeking Credit