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Sandra Hershberg, MD, Marie Hellinger, MSW, LICSW, Elizabeth Carr, APRN, MSN, BC, and Monica Leonie Callahan, PhD at the podium.  Expanding Self and Relational Capacities, Feb. 28, 2015

Sandra Hershberg, MD, Marie Hellinger, MSW, LICSW, Elizabeth Carr, APRN, MSN, BC, and Monica Leonie Callahan, PhD at the podium. Expanding Self and Relational Capacities, Feb. 28, 2015

In Celebration of the Inquiring Spirit and Life of Joseph D. Lichtenberg Conference, September 2015

In Celebration of the Inquiring Spirit and Life of Joseph D. Lichtenberg Conference, September 2015

2015 Annual Conference - The Many Faces of Eros: Countertransference Revelations Featuring Andrea Celenza, PhD

2015 Annual Conference - The Many Faces of Eros: Countertransference Revelations Featuring Andrea Celenza, PhD

2015 Annual Conference - The Many Faces of Eros: Countertransference Revelations Featuring Andrea Celenza, PhD

2015 Annual Conference - The Many Faces of Eros: Countertransference Revelations Featuring Andrea Celenza, PhD

In Celebration of the Inquiring Spirit and Life of Joseph D. Lichtenberg Conference, September 2015

In Celebration of the Inquiring Spirit and Life of Joseph D. Lichtenberg Conference, September 2015

In Celebration of the Inquiring Spirit and Life of Joseph D. Lichtenberg Conference, September 2015

In Celebration of the Inquiring Spirit and Life of Joseph D. Lichtenberg Conference, September 2015

2015 Annual Conference - The Many Faces of Eros: Countertransference Revelations Featuring Andrea Celenza, PhD

2015 Annual Conference - The Many Faces of Eros: Countertransference Revelations Featuring Andrea Celenza, PhD

Sandra Buechler - How We Make a Difference in Patients’ Lives

Sandra Buechler - How We Make a Difference in Patients’ Lives

Rosemary Segalla, PhD addresses the group.  Expanding Self and Relational Capacities, Feb. 28, 2015

Rosemary Segalla, PhD addresses the group. Expanding Self and Relational Capacities, Feb. 28, 2015

ICP+P is the D.C.-area source for the best programs in contemporary psychology. Here’s a sample of what we have offered:

  • Developmental Psychotherapy Across the Lifespan: Integrating Child-Centered Therapy Principles to Treating Adults with Dysregulation with Georgia DeGangi, PhD and Marc Nemiroff, PhD
  • Infant Research and Adult Treatment with Beatrice Beebe, PhD
  • 22nd Annual Conference ~ Connectedness: Intimate Moments of Therapeutic Growth with Richard Geist, EdD
  • Authenticity, Openness, and Spontaneity: A Contemporary Psychoanalytic View of Adolescent Development and Treatment with Shelley Doctors, PhD and Jackie Gotthold, PsyD
  • ICP+P Conference to Celebrate Joe Lichtenberg’s 90th Birthday
  • Annual Conference 2015: The Many Faces of Eros: Countertransference Revelations
    with Andrea Celenza, PhD
  • Expanding Self and Relational Capacities: Psychoanalysis as a Developmental Process
  • The 3rd Bruce Wine Memorial Conference: A Dramatic Reading and Discussion of the Great God Pan
  • Philip Ringstrom, PhD, PsyD A Relational Psychoanalytic Approach to Couples Therapy
  • Managing Risk in Clinical Practice: Psychodynamic and Forensic Insights
  • Sandra Buechler, PhD How We Make a Difference in Patients’ Lives
  • Joseph Lichtenberg, MD A Developmentalist Perspective on the First Year of Life and Applications to Therapy
  • Kimberlyn Leary, PhD and Usha Tummala-Narra, PhD Psychotherapy Contextualized: Culture, Reality, Self & Other
  • Allan Melmed, MD Psychopharmacological Treatment of Mood and Anxiety Disorders
  • Frank Summers, PhD Transcendence: A Contemporary View of Therapeutic Change
  • Russell B. Carr, MD and Doris Brothers, PhD Psychoanalysis of a War Torn Soldier
  • Donna Orange, PhD Engagement and Development Enactment
  • James L. Fossage, PhD and Judith Guss Teicholz, PhD The Clinical Challenge and How We Meet It: Conceptual Guidelines for What We Say and What We Do
  • Mary O’Farrell, PhD and John Gualtieri, PhD A Dialogue on Couples Therapy from the Perspective of Two Complementary Contemporary Theories
  • Margo Silberstein, Ed.D An Introduction to Intensive Short Term Dynamic Psychotherapy
  • Brian Johnson, MD The Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy Approach to Addictions
  • William Coburn, PhD Psychoanalytic Complexity Theory: Innovations in Clinical Practice and Therapeutic Attitude
  • Robert D. Stolorow, PhD & Benjamin A. Stolorow A Phenomenological-Contextualist Psychoanalytic Perspective: From Mind to World, From Drive to Affectivity, and Blues and Emotional Trauma
  • R. Dennis Shelby, PhD The Struggle to Develop a Viable Sexual Orientation: Clinical Stories of Working with Gay and Bi-Sexual Men
  • Janis Abrahams Spring, PhD, ABPP After the Affair: From Trauma to Reconnection
  • Steven Cooper, PhD and Karen Maroda, PhD Countertransference Dilemmas: On Knowing and Being Known
  • Elizabeth Carr, APRN, MSN, BC and Mauricio Cortina, MD Kohut & Bowlby: The Men, Their Ideas and the Clinical Exchange
  • Thomas Hoffman Business and Organizational Consulting Using Psychoanalytic Principles with a Self Psychology Emphasis
  • Bill Harman, PhD Mindfulness and Psychotherapy
  • Stephen Stein, PhD and Gretchen Fair, MSW An Introduction to Clinical Practice through the Lens of Relational Psychotherapy and Mind-Body Principles
  • Adina Shapiro, LCSW Treating Chronic Illness with Self Psychology
  • Beatrice Beebe, Ph.D. Capturing the Image of Mother-Infant Interaction: Links to the Clinical Encounter
  • Allan Melmed, MD An Introduction to Psychopharmacology and an Update on Current Practice
  • Gary Rodin, M.D., FRCPC Facing the Inevitable: Psychoanalytic Reflections on Mortality
  • Joseph D. Lichtenberg, MD Sexuality and Sensuality Across the Divide of Shame
  • Jessica Benjamin, PhD and Mal Slavin, PhD Recognition, Otherness, and the Human Condition
  • Jean Gearon, PhD, Karen Schachter, MSW, and Stephen R. Stein, PhD Mind-Body Principles and Techniques
  • Richard Bloch, JD and Paul G. Berman, Ph.D Workshop on Professional Ethics and HIPAA Compliance
  • James L. Fosshage, Ph.D. Contextualizing Self Psychology and Relational Psychoanalysis: Bi-Directional Influence and Proposed Syntheses
  • Peter Fonagy, Ph.D., FBA, and Joseph Lichtenberg, M.D. Clinical Applications of Attachment Theory: Two Contemporary Views
  • Estelle Shane, Ph.D. Transforming Aggression through the Analysis of Shame
  • Mark Epstein, MD Thoughts Without a Thinker: Psychotherapy from a Buddhist Perspective
  • Paul Lippmann, Ph.D. Why Work with Dreams Matters
  • Rosemary Segalla, Ph.D. Exploring the Mystical Traditions: Integrating Spiritual Perspectives in Psychotherapy &Psychoanalysis
  • Virginia Demos, Ed.D. The Usefulness of Tomkins’ ‘Script Therapy’ of Affects in Clinical Work
  • Paul Ornstein & Marian Tolpin and Joseph Lichtenberg Kohut Then & Now
  • Richard Bloch, JD A Morning Workshop on Professional Ethics
  • Marion Solomon and David Shaddock Working With the Self in Context: Two Contemporary Approaches to Psychotherapy with Couples
  • Joe Lichtenberg, MD Craft and Spirit – Ten Guidelines for an Exploratory Psychotherapy
  • Donnel Stern, Ph.D. The Unformulated Experience
  • Owen Renik, MD Flying Blind in Psychotherapy
  • Doug Watt Affective Neuroscience – The Implications for Psychotherapy and Psychoanalysis
  • James Fosshage, PhD and Judith Teicholz, EdD Self Psychology and Relational Clinical Approaches: How Do They Get Along?
  • Mary Alice Fisher, PhD., Alan McFarland, PhD., & Carol Schrier Polak, MSW, JD. Confidentiality and the Mental Health Professional
  • Alan Kindler, MBBS, FRCPC Teaching Empathic Understanding
  • Daniel Stern, MD From Infant Observation to Therapeutic Action
  • Jackie Gotthold, PsyD and Dorie Sorter, PhD, CSW Reflections on the “Moving Along” Process: Appreciating the Implicit and Explicit Aspects of Therapeutic Interactions
  • Charles C. McCormack, MA, MSW, LCSW-C Before and Beyond Words: The Impact of Countertransference in Couples Therapy
  • Christine Courtois, PhD Relational Healing Approaches to Complex Trauma

 Upcoming Conference

Recognizing Dissociative Processes in Your Casework: Keeping the Body in Mind

Friday, February 24, 2017

with Rich Chefetz, MD

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Most Recent Conferences & Speakers


with Georgia DeGangi, PhD and Marc Nemiroff, PhD

Beatrice Beebe ICP+P Institute

Beatrice Beebe
Sept. 24, 2016

Infant Research and Adult Treatment

was the first installment of

Embodying the Unspoken Self: Attachment, Trauma, Neurobiology and the Body
A Year-long Institute
2016 – 2017

Embodying the Unspoken Self: Attachment, Trauma, Neurobiology and the Body