A seminar to explore the development of relational thought beginning with Freud, Jung, and Klein, through the British object relations school, into a 20th century flowering of relational approaches understood most broadly – including Self Psychology and the Intersubjectivity “school”; Sullivan, the interpersonalists, and Relational Cultural Theory; Stephen Mitchell and relational psychoanalysis; contemporary growth in intercultural and political/critical theory within psychoanalysis. Weekly case study work will integrate theological reflection and pastoral clinical praxis.

Note: Enrollment limited to 10 students.