Melinda Salzman will be participating in Homeward Bound for Christmas – a Capitol Hill Chorale Holiday Concert on December 2 & 3, 2017. The concert will be a celebration of the Chorale’s 25th Anniversary and begins with the premier of a 5-movement Appalachian Christmas Cantata by the Composer in Residence, Kevin Siegfried, based on the […]
Julia Rosenfield, LICSW has moved offices to 1730 Rhode Island Ave NW, conveniently located near Dupont Circle and Farragut Square. With this new full-time space, Julia has some new appointment times available
Janna Sandmeyer, Chair of the Contemporary Approaches to Psychodynamic Psychotherapy training program, has won the 2018 Ralph Roughton Award of the American Psychoanalytic Association.
The Love That Dare Not Speak its Name – On the Therapeutic Action and the Limitations of Romance and Desire in Psychotherapy + Psychoanalysis on Dec. 9, 2017
This presentation will address an historical and current-day taboo; the loving, romantic, and erotic feelings that often arise on both sides of the couch, but seldom get discussed in the literature. Particular attention will be paid to the impact of absent, violent, or otherwise unavailable fathers on their heterosexual sons and the resulting longing for male attention, admiration, and love, which often includes a need to be admired physically and romantically in ways their fathers could not provide.
An Approach to Development that Allows for an Integration of Meaning, Motivation, Therapy and Creativity
For ICP+P Members Only - The Psychoanalytic Training Program is pleased to announce a series of four presentations and conversations with Joe Lichtenberg... Joe will present and discuss his latest discoveries concerning "ideas about development in a new light.” We will focus on the recent book, Narrative and Meaning by Joe Lichtenberg, Frank Lachmann and Jim Fosshage.
Our community is warm, supportive, and growth-promoting in so many ways. The peers and mentors I've found here nurture, teach, and inspire me to do the difficult work of therapy. So when the last ICP+P retreat made it evident that we need to provide a maximally inviting atmosphere for our next generation of members, and the board created a new position, I volunteered.
Bright, sunny sublet available Tuesdays after 3pm in historic Anchorage Building, 1/2 block from Dupont North metro. Four office suite with waiting room, bathroom, kitchen, and friendly colleagues. Available January 1st. If interested, please call Kathy Beck at (202) 462-0404 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Study Group Openings – Self Psychology and Selected Readings in Contemporary Theory – Meetings are on the first Thursday of the month in Washington. In this study group, we will explore contemporary self psychology, as well as readings from other contemporary theories including intersubjectivity, relational theory, and mind-body paradigms, including Accelerated Experiential Dynamic Psychotherapy. The therapist’s […]
Rob Williams, an MBA and Certified Group Therapist, has two openings in a biweekly experiential consultation group focused on group therapy. This group is a combination of case presentations, process group, the business side of group, and group journal readings. This is an opportunity for clinicians leading groups or actively planning to start a group […]
From a broadly psychodynamic standpoint, this group focuses on the use of the therapist’s self in psychotherapy, while also paying attention to contextual and cultural factors surrounding the clinical work. Group members present cases on a rotating basis, and also serve as case consultants to other members. Group process will be used to illuminate the […]