ICP+P’s CAPP Program is offering a monthly study group beginning in January, 2018 for clinicians interested in pursuing the training program. There will be readings in self and relational psychotherapy as well as the opportunity to get a better sense of the CAPP program, which will welcome a new class in September 2018. To learn […]
ICP+P’s Psychoanalytic Training Program welcomes applications for the 2017-2018 class of its Fellowship Program in Contemporary Forms of Psychoanalysis. The Fellowship Program introduces participants to the ways psychoanalysis has evolved as a relevant clinical practice for the 21st century.
Applications are due by July 15 of each year. Learn more below.
Who should apply?
The program is designed […]
~Coming Fall 2017~
with Elizabeth Carr and Larry Ballon
~The ICP+P Psychoanalytic Training Program is pleased to announce a new study group beginning Fall 2017 for individuals who are considering joining a first year class scheduled to begin September 2018. The study group will be a place to explore your interest in training and to learn more […]
The following questions are a number of statements pertinent to consultation provided. Consider each statement with reference to your knowledge of the consultant being rated. Mark “Not enough data to assess” if there was no opportunity to observe the particular item. Rate the consultant based on how her/his consultation was experienced by you.
Once you submit the form, a […]
The following questions provide the format for performance evaluation in individual psychotherapy including the dimensions of diagnostic and conceptualizing skills, intervention and relationship skills, self-understanding, consultative relationship, and professional role functioning. Given that each MIT comes to the CAPP program with a unique background and prior level of training, the rating scale is designed to […]
1st Friday of every month from 1:10-2:40pm
3000 Connecticut Avenue, NW, Suite 214
Washington, DC 20008
The challenges of working with couples will be explored through readings that draw from self psychology, attachment theory, intersubjectivity and relational theories, neuroscience, as well as clinical discussion. Topics will include working with oppositional couples, countertransference dilemmas, sexual issues, infidelity, loss and […]
3rd Friday of every month from 2:30-4:00 pm
4400 East-West Highway
Bethesda, MD 20814
The focus of the group will be the aging process and treatment of older adults. We will be reading books that discuss clinical phenomena and therapeutic approaches as well as fictionalized accounts and other literary works about the aging process. Group discussions will be […]
First Monday of the month, October through May, 7:30 PM
The overarching frame of reference for this year of study is to deepen our understanding of what has been called the severe neuroses and typically involves the treatment of borderline and dissociative phenomena. We will explore the extent to which an unconscious need to regulate intense […]
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Jeffrey Jay, Ph.D.
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Saturday, January 28, 2017 […]