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.
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 […]
Therapists, too, don’t know some important things about men that are so important in the therapeutic context.
by Deborah Fox, MSW
Jessica wonders why she and Steve don’t seem to have much to say to each other these days. Bickering has become a frequent pastime. It seems he’s only interested in being with her when he […]
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 […]
Janna Sandmeyer, Chair of the Contemporary Approaches to Psychodynamic Psychotherapy training program, has won the 2018 Ralph Roughton Award of the American Psychoanalytic Association.
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.
Mauricio Cortina will be co-leading a three day short course, Erich Fromm: social critique, radical humanist and clinician. The course will take place at the Washington School of Psychiatry on February 2, 9, and 16, 2018 from 1:00-4:00 pm each day.