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Neil Gorman -- DSW, LCSW
Dr. Neil Gorman (LCSW) is a psychotherapist, clinical supervisor, and associate university professor at the Aurora University School of Social Work.
Due to a full teaching / clinical schedule, Dr. Gorman is not accepting any new patients for psychotherapy. However, Dr. Gorman has limited openings for individuals looking to receive clinical supervision.
Finding and articulating different ways that psychodynamic theories can be synthesized by practitioners. In particular finding ways that the ideas of the independent school of British Object Relations, the psychoanalytic psychology of the self (i.e. Self-Psychology), and interpersonal theories can support one another.
To a lesser extent, Dr. Gorman is interested in integrating aspects of Jungian shadow work and the individuation process to the theories mentioned above.
Finally, Dr. Gorman is very interested in the state of Social Work education, and ways that psychodynamic theory and practice do and do not fit into a broader (and more traditional) social work perspective.
Dr. Gorman writes a newsletter you can subscribe to. The newsletter comes out from time to time.