Jen Bissell will present her paper, "A Shift in Sensibility: Taking Risks and Being Authentic." And we will discuss our innovative curriculum and the opportunities it affords prospective applicants to enhance their development as clinicians. Come and see what makes our distinctive program a unique opportunity for advancing your understanding of contemporary psychodynamic perspectives and deepening your clinical work.
Eric Mendelsohn will illuminate the power of first meetings by describing the emerging themes, experiential elements, and pragmatics of beginning treatment. He will examine how patients and psychoanalytic therapists think and feel about beginning therapy, focusing on the hopes and dreads of each, and will explore how these are reflected in the exchanges that mark the start of psychoanalytic therapy. Dr. Mendelsohn will articulate the relational practices that hold and shape the ensuing work -- such as how to structure first meetings to facilitate the start of a collaborative process.
An email was sent to the membership earlier this month reminding everyone that elections are coming up for ICP+P Board of Director positions this April. We have heard from several members interested in General Board Representative. We encourage members to consider all the positions. The Board meetings are held once a month on the third […]
Please join us in discussing our innovative curriculum and the opportunities it affords prospective applicants to enhance their development as clinicians. Come and see what makes our distinctive program a unique opportunity for advancing your understanding of contemporary psychodynamic perspectives and deepening your clinical work.
The creativity study group came together out of a shared interest in the creation and appreciation of art. Many members engage in painting, drawing, collage, dance, photography, music, and writing. All of us are intensely interested in the processes and products of those pursuits and in the […]
When I interviewed Deborah, I immediately picked up on her liveliness, her enthusiasm and her zest for learning. She is excited about becoming a member of our community as she has enjoyed attending ICP+P conferences and events for many years. […]
Diane has been in […]
In psychoanalytically informed practice, we tend to avoid ethical and moral judgments except when rules of professional conduct are threatened or breached This insures a neutral zone within the consulting room best for deep and non-judgmental exploration. In the meantime, there has been a post-modem philosophical shift in relation to thinking about ethics. This shift, referred to as relational ethics, broadens and deepens the definition of ethics.
A new class will begin in September 2018! ICP+P’s Couples Therapy Training Program focuses on integrating psychodynamic theory and specific clinical skills, so that clinicians can feel effective in therapeutically addressing the challenges of this work. The program consists of weekly three-hour meetings, divided between didactic learning and group supervision on active couples cases.
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.
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