Our Culture

Our organizational culture embodies what we teach – in how we act as clinicians, as teachers, as peer consultants, as committee members, and as administrators. We believe that interactions between people are constructed jointly by the participants. That each person brings to the moment his, her, or their respective explicit and implicit processes. We recognize the mutual influence and regulation in personal and clinical engagements. In order to understand and promote growth, we value being open to knowing ourselves, being empathic with others, and developing a collaborative and honest experience. We read and discuss together literature on theory and practice in the areas of self and relational psychologies, development and neuroscience. We seek to hold theory in mind as we sense our way into our patients’ experiences and into our connections with one another. We embody our values of scholarship, warmth and respect for anything human.

ICP+P does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, gender, sexual orientation, religion, age, disability, national or ethnic background.

Culture, Mission + History

ICP+P Bylaws

Board + Committees