Writing & Teaching

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Clinical Supervision

As an LISW-S, I supervise other social workers pursuing their independent licensure. I am a Field Instructor at the Mandel School of Applied Social Sciences, and have co-facilitated group supervision for practicum and internship students from The Mandel School of Applied Social Sciences, John Carroll University, Kent State University, and Cleveland State University through my work at The Free Medical Clinic of Greater Cleveland (nka Circle Health Services). To discuss supervision opportunities, please call 216-916-2034.

Presentations and Continuing Education

Durchslag, H. B. (2017, September). Turning psychosis inside out: Intrapsychic reorganization or universal drive? Paper presented at Center for Psychoanalytic Studies, University of Essex conference on Holism: Possibilities and Problems. Colchester, UK.

Durchslag, H. B. (2015, July). The contributions of severe mental illness in understanding soma connection to the numinous. Paper presented at the 4th Joint Conference of the International Association of Analytical Psychology and the International Association of Jungian Studies at Yale University, New Haven, CT.

Durchslag, H. B. (2014, March). Continuing Education, Sate of OH. Symptoms as window stoward healing: A Jungian perspective. The Free Medical Clinic of Greater Cleveland.

Durchslag, H. B. (2012, October).  Continuing Education, Sate of OH.  Introduction to depth psychology: Origins and conceptualization of the unconscious. The Free Medical Clinic of Greater Cleveland.

Durchslag, H. B. (2006, workshop series, February-March).  The power of synchronicity. Cleveland, OH.

Publications

Durchslag, H. B. (in press). The collective unconscious in the age of neuroscience: Severe mental illness and Jung in the 21st Century. Routledge.

Durchslag, H. B. (2016). Severe Mental Illness: A Bridge between Neurochemistry and the Collective Unconscious. Psychological Perspectives, 59(1), pp. 30-45. Link:

 

Durchslag, H. B. (2015). A narrative analysis of bipolar psychosis: An empirical relationship between neurochemistry and the collective unconscious. (Doctoral Dissertation). Retrieved from Proquest https://search.proquest.com/docview/1668380821.