ICP+P strives to be an anti-racist and inclusionary organization. We are highly motivated to understand and change the way systemic racism has impacted the mental health field, our organization and our personal and professional identities.
ICP+P has hired Vision for Equity and we are collaborating with them to instill diversity, equity, inclusion and belonging into our professional culture.
What we do
Anti-Racism Consultation & Events
ICP+P has hired Vision for Equity and we are collaborating with them to instill diversity, equity, inclusion and belonging into our professional culture.Anti-Racism Current EventsAnti-Racism Past EventsFebruary 11th, 2023: Psychoanalysis Begins with Fanon featuring Lara Sheehi, PsyD. Click Here for FlyerFebruary 3rd, 2023: V4E office hours. Grow Accountability ToolJanuary 30th, [...]
From Reactivity to Empowerment in Couple Therapy: An Integrative Relational-Neurobiological Approach ~ Mar 26, 2023
This conference explores ways to identify and diagram the couple’s dance using the Vulnerability Cycle Diagram first described by Mona Fishbane and Michele Scheinkman in 2004. Dr. Fishbane’s approach enhances partners’ relational empowerment, including self-regulation, choice, living according to one’s higher goals and values, and reaching for one’s “best self.” Dr. Constance Cannon will be presenting a middle-aged, heterosexual couple. She and Dr. Fishbane will discuss how the concepts presented can be applied to the clinical case material.
29th Annual ICP+P Conference: Erotic Dimensions in the Analytic Relationship: Creativity in Clinical Practice ~ May 6, 2023
Dr. Dianne Elise will be making use of a Winnicottian formulation of the analytic field to highlight the often unspoken, implicit erotic dimensions of our work.
Welcome to our community
ICP+P is an organization that serves the needs of DC-area mental health practitioners who ground their work in self, relational, and other contemporary psychodynamic models.
At ICP+P, we purposefully create a culture of openness, authenticity and respect – one in which clinicians are able to develop trusting relationships with one another. In this climate members can learn effectively and receive guidance with their work from supportive colleagues. It is special to find a community that speaks your language and demonstrates warmth, operates at a high level of ambition and achievement, values scholarship and depth of learning, and practices empathy, attunement and helpfulness…