The Psychology of Disability with David Kallinger, PsyD
About the Presentation
This presentation will consist of a psychodynamic description of the personality structure of people adventitiously disabled. It will also cover psychosocial factors experienced by people with disabilities. Some of the points covered include infant development and developmental stages, a discussion of object constancy in children with vision impairments, discrimination experienced by disabled people in the external world, entitlement, and “being special” characteristics.
About the Presenter
David Kallinger, PsyD, has more than forty years of experience working with people with disabilities, has taught various short courses on the psychology of disability, has written about shame and its effects on disability, and is himself visually impaired.
For More Information
Contact Daniela Koenig at firstname.lastname@example.org or (415) 575-3490.