Professional Counselling Supervision Services
As a counsellor and psychotherapist trained from the Psychoanalytic International Masterson Institute (IMI) in New York, Nancy Carbone provides targeted psychodynamic interventions that are specific to each disorder of the self; for adults with borderline, schizoid and narcissistic disorder. The Masterson approach is a treatment model that has integrated developmental theory, object relations, self psychology and attachment theory into a coherent framework. It works deeply at re-structuring the intra-psychic character pathology of each disorder, to create longstanding internal change. It works specifically with each disorder to strengthen the real self to grow, so it does not remain impaired or stuck behind the defensive false self, which keeps the self from functioning adequately. In her clinical work, Nancy has found that no other treatment approach has achieved these results. Being invited to join the Masterson faculty, Nancy is undertaking further training to become a member of the teaching staff. As a couple’s therapist, she is passionate at using the Psychoanalytic Masterson approach at dismantling the interlocking of couple’s projections, when each partner is joined through their disorder of the self. She addresses how partners get stuck in their couple dynamic, when they each have deficits in their self, while tailoring her interventions specifically for the disorder of each partner. With over 16 years therapy experience, Nancy has provided counselling to adults and couples in private practice, as well as children, parents and adolescence in a variety of organisations. She also has a special interest in working with self defeating behaviours, having worked in the areas of addictions and trauma. Before her clinical work began, she was fascinated when working with offenders by exploring the criminal mind and psychopathology. Nancy has attended psychoanalytic conferences around the world. She has conducted training and supervision to counsellors, as well as lectured at University in the areas of counselling. Nancy has a Masters of Soc Sc (Counselling and Psychotherapy); she is a Mental Health Social Worker and has a Bachelor of Arts (major in Psych). For more details visit http://www.counsellinginperth.com.au
Supervision for Counsellors in Perth
With over 16 years counselling experience, Nancy is trained in working with Narcissistic personality disorder individuals, those with Borderline personality disorders and Schizoid disorders of the self. Nancy works with attachment theory and psychoanalysis, using the object relations approach, incorporating the work of James Masterson, Melanie Klein. Bion, John Bowlby, Otto Kernberg, Kohurt and others. She assists her clients to recognize their own projections, while providing containment. She has an interest in working with the therapists own countertransference reactions caused by the clients transference acting out. Nancy believes it only when working through the negative transference that real change and transformation begins to happen. Providing counselling supervision, Nancy assists counsellors working with disorders of the ‘self’ or personality disorders. Her Counselling supervison assists with theraputic interventions by working to overcome self-defeating ways of relating and self-destructive behaviors.
In counselling supervision Nancy assists counselors to make affective & targeted interventions
Supervision for Psychoanalytic psychotherapy in Perth
During counselling supervision, Nancy will invite you to bring your session notes to counselling supervision, is you wish to do so. She will assist you with differential diagnosis and assessment, before targeting interventions.
Providing counselling supervison, Nancy is fascinated at how couples act out each other’s projections or disowned feelings. The borderline wife takes on the disowned feelings of inadequacy that belong to the narcissistic partner, through their interactions. Nancy explores how couples are attracted to the qualities in the other which are lacking within the self. A Borderline wife may feel not deserving of her overly self-entitled narcissistic husband. Nancy’s therapeutic interventions assist the borderline wife feel more deserving or self-entitled, while expressing her own desires. In essence, she is attracted to the self-entitled or seemingly confident qualities in her partner, because these are the qualities she lacks herself and needs to develop within herself.
Nancy Carbone at Counselling in Perth
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