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: , , , |

ICP+P’s New Fee Structure for New Members, Mentorship Program, and Other Notes from the Associate Co-Directors of Membership by Alexandra Kaghan and Nancy Wachtenheim

As Associate Co-Directors of Membership and as new members of the Board, we would like to begin by talking about our experiences in our new shared position.

One of the exciting parts of this position is getting an email from our administrator, Nancy Der, informing us that we have a new member. We welcome the new […]

2017-11-27T15:38:05-05:00November 26th, 2017|

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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