Mauricio Cortina Receives Prestigious Bowlby-Ainsworth Award

Mauricio Cortina, one of our own ICP+P members, has been named the recipient of the Bowlby/Ainsworth 2019 award for his contributions to attachment theory and research, especially in the area of attachment, evolutionary psychology, and intersubjectivity.  This is a highly prestigious award that, over the years, has […]

2019-06-05T16:40:53-04:00April 26th, 2019|

A Note on the Current Treatment of Migrants Entering the United States

We condemn the inhumane immigration practices of the United States government. These practices result in irreparable harm to people who desperately need a safe haven and who risk death to find one. Tearing children from their parents is cruel and creates family trauma that lasts far beyond the first generation. Such exponential emotional damage should […]

2018-07-27T18:14:07-04:00July 1st, 2018|Tags: , , , , |

Coming Alive

Sometimes there’s a kind of heavy deadness in the therapy room. Usually it passes gradually and almost invisibly. But, occasionally, the mood shifts more suddenly into a vibrant feeling of coming alive.

We asked members to tell us about moments when the relationship came alive. Here are three responses.

Deborah Fox writes,

A couple is struggling […]

2018-07-27T18:14:17-04:00June 27th, 2018|Tags: , , , |

Outreach and In-Reach: Leaning into Diversity and Awareness

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.

2022-09-09T13:37:20-04:00November 1st, 2017|
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