Learn about the CAPP Training Program at an Online Open House on April 18th

ICP+P's CAPP Program is pleased to announce an online Open House, offered free of charge, as an introduction to topics and clinical applications included in the training experience. Join us to explore how you can deepen your practice, expand your theoretical understanding, and learn more about the only psychotherapy program in the DC area that is dedicated to Self and Relational perspectives. Janna Sandmeyer, Ph.D., Chair of the CAPP program, will present “A Case Illustration of Core Concepts in Self Psychology” on April 18th.

2020-04-18T23:07:32-04:00February 4th, 2020|Tags: , , , , , , |

ICP+P’s Coronavirus Considerations

We are evaluating our upcoming events on a case by case basis and working to move most spring events to online platforms.

ICP+P is monitoring the coronavirus developments in order to ensure the health of attendees at all of our planned events. We are currently following guidance provided by public health authorities and encourage everyone to […]

2020-04-16T11:34:48-04:00March 10th, 2020|

ICP+P Community Celebration: Past, Present and Future ~ January 26, 2020

ICP+P invites all members to a Community Celebration: Past, Present and Future! Are you looking for a professional institute to call home? Have you missed opportunities to participate in ICP+P events lately? Would you like a chance to reconnect with familiar faces? Do you love free Italian cuisine? Whatever your answers, let's gather to celebrate all that ICP+P is on January 26th.

2020-01-31T18:49:05-05:00January 7th, 2020|Tags: , , , , |

Learn about the Couples Training Program at this April 25th Case Conference

Integrating Psychodynamic and Neurobiological Principles in the Treatment of A Couple ~ Through case presentation and discussion, Kirsten Chadwick, PhD and Janice Sanchez, MSW will offer an opportunity to explore neurobiological considerations in the psychodynamic psychotherapy of a struggling young couple. We will explore how equipping couples with information about emotional arousal, their “Window of Tolerance” and the dynamics of the brain can help couples in and out of the therapy office.

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|

November 2019 Newsletter – Full Text Version

Diversity in our Practice and our Lives

by Dawn Taylor

“Radical openness involves a disciplined psychoanalytic stance of attempting to notice, question and relinquish presumptions about oneself and the other.” Anton Hart (1)

On December 7th, Dr. Anton Hart […]

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