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The Impact Of The Cultural Divide On The Practice Of Psychotherapy

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Presenter: Dr. Michael Kramer, PhD Original air date: May 21, 2021 CEs: 2 The purpose of this two hour webinar is to consider the various impacts of the significant sociopolitical and cultural divide that has been impacting most Americans for the last several years, with the specific intent of examining how this is affecting the content and process of psychotherapy. LEARNING OBJECTIVES: - To clearly identify the major impacts of the cultural divide on the content and process of contemporary psychotherapy - To examine the relative impacts of therapist self-disclosure on the therapeutic process - To identify personal countertransferential reactions and their potential impact on the therapeutic relationship Dr. Michael Kramer is a Licensed Psychologist who has been in Private Practice in Portland, Maine since 1984. He received his Doctorate from the University of Kentucky and completed a Clinical Internship at the Indiana University School of Medicine. Dr. Kramer has a varied clinical practice that includes providing psychotherapy to children, adolescents, adults, couples, and families. He is also an Organizational Consultant who provides a wide array of services to non-profit and for-profit organizations. In addition, Dr. Kramer has a strong interest in Sports Psychology and works with high school, college, and professional athletes.