Note from the Editor – Jonathan Lebolt, PhD, DCSW, CGP

Jonathan Lebolt, PhD, LCSW, CGP

Jonathan Lebolt, PhD, DCSW, CGP

Dear ICP+P’ers,

Happy Fall! I hope you are adjusting well to the busier pace of this season, and the professional demands that it makes. And welcome to another edition of ICP+P’s e-Newsletter, Connections.

This month’s issue features a report on the International Association for Psychoanalytic Self Psychology (IAPSP) conference in Los Angeles (by Yours Truly); another lovely new member intro by Martha Gibbons, PhD, APRN, BC, this time of Nicole Fischer, PhD; and a wonderful surprise: the announcement of a pre-conference, co-sponsored by IAPSP and free for ICP+P members, students, trainees, and new professionals, featuring papers by Shelley Doctors, PhD, President of IAPSP, and intersubjective self psychology giant Donna Orange, PhD, PsyD, with a discussion by Janna Sandmeyer, PhD, Chair of ICP+P’s Contemporary Approaches to Psychodynamic Psychotherapy (CAPP) Training Program. (The newsletter was delayed to bring you this important announcement.)

I hope you enjoy this issue, and continue to appreciate the many benefits that ICP+P has to offer.

Yours,

Jonathan
therapy@doctor-jon.com

A Report on the IAPSP Conference in Los Angeles

Jonathan Lebolt, PhD, DCSW, CGP

Jonathan Lebolt, PhD, LCSW, CGP

Jonathan Lebolt, PhD, DCSW, CGP

The 38th Annual Conference of the International Association for Psychoanalytic Self Psychology (IAPSP), of which ICP+P is a member, was held in Los Angeles this year, from October 15 through 18. The conference theme was Self Psychology in a Multidisciplinary World: Expansiveness and Constraints. I was excited to be at my second IAPSP conference, and that it was held in LA, where my brother lives, so that Robin and I could stay with him.

It was wonderful to see friends from Jerusalem last year and make new acquaintances. For those of you who have not yet had the privilege of attending an IAPSP conference, it is a rare opportunity to connect with others, throughout the US and around the world, who are interested in self psychology, and to learn a lot. The conference was preceded by two pre-conference workshop slots on Thursday. This was a chance to have a right-brain experience, because the conference proper is heavy on read papers.

I chose, for my first pre-conference workshop, Using Psychodrama Techniques to Process our Work, by ICP+P member, Monica Callahan, PhD. Acting is one of my hobbies, and it was exciting, as well as enlightening, to act the part of one of my most difficult clients, a young man with an unusual form of bipolar disorder, ADHD, and some psychotic thought processes, and to get excellent indirect supervision from Monica and the group, as questions they asked me in my client role stimulated my clinical thinking.

I next attended Suzi Naiburg, PhD, LICSW’s enlivening presentation, Intersubjective Experience up Close, Alive, and Contextualized: A Clinical Writing Workshop.

Click here to read on…

Welcome Our New Member

from Martha Blechar Gibbons, PhD, APRN, BC

Nicole Fischer, PhD

Nicole Fischer, PhD

Nicole Fischer, PhD

It was through an ICP+P member living in Atlanta that Nicole Fischer, PhD first learned about our organization. (Yes, we have long-distance members who are ambassadors for ICP+P!) At that time she was a postdoctoral fellow in clinical psychology in the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences at Emory University School of Medicine.

Following graduation from the University of Virginia in Charlottesville with a BA in Psychology, Nicole joined the Peace Corps. The position she assumed required fluency in French, a language Nicole began to study in fifth grade. For two years she worked as a Community Intervention Specialist in the Girls’ Education and Empowerment Program (GEE) in Kpalime, Togo in West Africa. In this role Nicole collaborated with the Togolese Ministry of Education to allow women and children to be educated and to assume educational and leadership positions. Among other subjects she taught English language and grammar, informational technology and HIV/AIDS awareness.

“I knew I wanted to come back and become a psychologist,” Nicole informed me, and after returning to the states and working in various positions, she completed an MS in Counseling Psychology at Virginia Commonwealth University in Richmond, Virginia, which was followed three years later with a PhD in Counseling Psychology.

Commuting between Charlottesville, Virginia and the Washington, D.C. area is a current challenge for Nicole. She recently accepted a position as a staff psychologist at the University of Virginia Counseling and Psychological Services. Previously, she worked as a staff psychologist at the Marymount University Counseling Center and adjunct professor of psychology. In her position at UVA, Nicole provides brief individual and group psychotherapy for undergraduate and graduate students, crisis intervention with day and evening emergency on-call availability, supervision for doctoral level students, and facilitation of campus outreach programming and engagement, among other responsibilities.
Every other weekend Nicole travels from Charlottesville to Alexandria, Virginia to conduct a private practice in the Del Ray area. In this setting she provides individual psychotherapy to adolescents and adults, focusing on trauma and substance abuse. She is contemplating the initiation of a private practice in Charlottesville.

Initially educated with a CBT focus, Nicole participated in an ICP+P study group, which she acknowledges “offered a more personal relationship with other professionals working in different clinical settings with a psychodynamic background.” She is interested in developing a psychodynamic orientation to enhance her professional growth and advance her clinical practice. Nicole believes that ICP+P is “the most contemporary, accessible and personal” organization that she has found in her search to accomplish this goal.

When she is not commuting, Nicole is running–training for half marathons! She enjoys yoga and travels to visit family “scattered along the East Coast.” She grew up in New Jersey but has adopted the Mid-Atlantic area as her new home.

To contact Nicole, please e-mail her at Nicole.L.Fischer.PhD@gmail.com; her website is www.nicolelfischer.com.

ICP+P Fellowship Program

Monica Callahan, PhD, Chair, Fellowship Program

The Psychoanalytic Training Program’s new Fellowship year has gotten off to a wonderful start, with 17 new Fellows, representing different mental health professions and a wide variety of work settings. We have had two presentations so far: Beginning with Empathy, with me as presenter, and From Classical Psychoanalysis to Contemporary Psychoanalysis: Roger Segalla’s Top Ten Shifts in Psychoanalytic Theory and Practice. You may encounter and I hope you’ll meet some of our Fellows at upcoming ICP+P events, if you haven’t met them already. I am very pleased to welcome:

Andrew Bertell, LCSW-C
Ashley Cesar, MD
Caroline Clark, MD
Dominique Crosby, MD
Mona Daniali, MSW
Miriam Elwell, LCSW
Laura Gilman, PsyD
Jennifer Jones, MSW
Jessica Jones, PsyD
Lara Kasoff, PhD
Riley Konara, MD
Roman Lokhmotov, PsyD
Janet Moos, LCSWP
Yan Ni, PsyD Graduate Student
Michael O’Heron, PhD
Andrew Slye, MD
Susan Taylor, LCSW-C

Bringing IAPSP to ICP+P

Rosemary Segalla, PhD, Elizabeth Carr, APRN, MSN, BC, and Janna Sandmeyer, PhD

A merry band of ICP+P members attended the 2015 International Association of Psychoanalytic Self Psychology conference in Los Angeles. We had a great time at the conference — from the stimulating presentations, to the small group discussions, to trading ideas with colleagues from around the world, to visiting the fabulous Broad museum, to playing with our ICP+P buddies, and so on. Everyone enjoyed the conference and the chance to be together. It was great! We came back energized and want to bring our IAPSP experience to you. Plus, we want more ICP+P playmates for the 2016 IAPSP conference that will be just up the road in Boston in October 2016. We give you advance notice so that you can start planning now!

Working in concert with Jen Sermoneta, ICP+P’s Associate Director for Programs, and the planning group for the December 5 ICP+P Conference featuring Shelley Doctors and Jackie Gotthold on adolescent development and treatment, we are delighted to announce a pre-conference: The Big Tent of Contemporary Psychoanalytic Thinking: Playing with Intersubjective, Self and Relational Constructs. Shelley Doctors and Janna Sandmeyer are generously donating their time for an encore performance by bringing their papers from their IAPSP panel to this conference on December 4 from 2:30 – 4:30 p.m. The conference will be held at the Silver Spring Civic Center, One Veterans Plaza, Silver Spring, MD 20910. Parking is available at a Montgomery County parking garage right next to the civic center. Also, the civic center is a ten – fifteen minute walk from the Silver Spring metro station.

See the article below for more details.
Register Here.

Space is limited, so register now!

December 4th and 5th, 2015:Two Days of Programs on Contemporary Self and Relational Concepts

with Shelley Doctors, PhD, Jackie Gotthold, PsyD, and Janna Sandmeyer, PhD

Friday, December 4, 2015
Registration 2-2:30 pm
Program 2:30-4:30 pm
Silver Spring Civic Center
One Veterans Plaza
Silver Spring, MD 20910

Saturday, December 5, 2015
Registration: 8:30-9am
Program: 9am-12:30pm
National 4-H Conference Center
7100 Connecticut Avenue
Chevy Chase, MD 20815

On Friday, December 4th, a two-hour free/low cost event (no CE’s):

The Big Tent of Contemporary Psychoanalytic Thinking: Playing with Intersubjective, Self and Relational Constructs

with Shelley Doctors, PhD, Janna Sandmeyer, PhD, and a paper by Donna Orange, PhD, PsyD

We are pleased to collaborate with IAPSP in offering this pre-conference session. Shelley Doctors will present her paper, Donna Orange’s paper will be read, and Janna Sandmeyer will act as discussant at this ICP+P Preconference on Friday afternoon, December 4. The panel addresses some of the most compelling current issues in psychoanalytic thinking, including concepts from contemporary self psychology, intersubjectivity, and relational psychoanalysis. These ideas have enormous implications for facilitative clinical engagement and for understanding curative processes. Topics such as selfobject experience and working through intersubjective enactments (disruption and repair) will be discussed, among others. There will be ample time for audience engagement.

This pre-conference will be held on Friday, December 4 from 2:30 – 4:30 p.m. It will be in a new location for us: the Silver Spring Civic Center, One Veterans Plaza, Silver Spring, MD 20910. Parking is available at a Montgomery County parking garage across from the civic center. The Silver Spring metro station is a ten to fifteen minute walk.

The two-hour program will NOT provide CEs, but is free or low cost.

Free attendance is offered for people who are:
* unlicensed (students, etc.) and/or licensed within the past seven years;
* registered for the December 5th Gotthold and Doctors conference;
* ICP+P Fellows and MITs

There is a charge of $20 for all others.

Everyone planning to attend, whether free or paid, please register online at https://www.eventbrite.com/e/the-big-tent-of-contemporary-psychoanalytic-thinking-playing-with-intersubjective-self-and-tickets-19255187785. We need to know how many people to expect in order to set up chairs and provide an adequate sound system. Walk-ins, please bring a check or cash for payment.

The December 4th event is designed to function like a pre-conference workshop: introducing participants to Shelley’s ideas, the ICP+P manner of talking about theoretical and clinical ideas, and the benefits of attending ICP+P and IAPSP conferences. This pre-conference is open to all ICP+P members and the mental health community at large. We want to welcome and encourage new audiences, especially those unfamiliar with ICP+P or IAPSP, and we hope people will attend both the Friday and Saturday programs.

More about our Speakers:

Shelley Doctors, PhD is a faculty member and Supervising Analyst at the Institute for the Psychoanalytic Study of Subjectivity, the National Institute for the Psychotherapies, and the Institute for Contemporary Psychotherapy and Psychoanalysis. She is currently President of the International Association for Psychoanalytic Self Psychology. Previously, she served 12 years as Secretary of the International Society for Adolescent Psychiatry and Psychology. Additionally, she was a member of the original Advisory Board of the International Association for Relational Psychoanalysis and Psychotherapy, and is currently on the Editorial Board of the International Journal of Psychoanalytic Self Psychology. Her more than 40 book chapters and peer-reviewed journal articles focus on self psychology, intersubjectivity, and adolescence.

Janna Sandmeyer, PhD is Chair of the Contemporary Approaches to Psychodynamic Psychotherapy program at ICP+P, and is Faculty and Supervisor for the Clinical Program on Psychotherapy Practice at the Washington School of Psychiatry. She is in private practice in Washington, DC.

Click here to register online for the December 4th pre-conference.

On the morning of Saturday, December 5, 2015, ICP+P offers a three-hour program with 3 CE credits:

Authenticity, Openness, and Spontaneity: A Contemporary Psychoanalytic View of Adolescent Development and Treatment

with Shelley Doctors, PhD and Jacqueline Gotthold, PsyD

Jackie Gotthold, PsyD and Shelley Doctors, PhD find that treatment is more effective when elements of spontaneity, openness and authenticity emerge. In their talks they will address the developmental conceptualizations that may help clinicians to make such therapeutically successful connections with patients. The discussion following their presentations will highlight how Gotthold and Doctors are speaking of the challenge all of us face in striving for greater authenticity in the therapy session while still maintaining a disciplined clinical/theoretical stance: spontaneity does not equal wildness.

While this program focuses on the adolescent population, clinicians who treat adults can benefit equally: openness to interaction is also a fundamental building block for engagement with adults.

Jacqueline Gotthold, PsyD will present “Treating Adolescents and Conflict: Theirs or Ours” and Shelley Doctors, PhD, the discussant, will present “On Gotthold’s Case of Luke and the Adolescent Developmental Process”.

At the conclusion of this program, participants will be able to:

1. Summarize the concept of “conflict” in adolescence, including the dimensions of separation, attachment, cognition, reflective thinking and social integration.

2. Apply the contemporary psychoanalytic approach in a discussion of case material, demonstrating consideration of the adolescent’s and the analyst’s relational “conflicts.”

3. Explain the benefits of an expansive and integrative contemporary psychoanalytic approach to adolescent treatment, including a respect for developmental tasks of adolescence such as the dawning of reflective thinking and the expansion of the adolescent’s relational world.

4. Articulate ways to effectively and responsibly nurture therapeutic spontaneity, openness, and authenticity in one’s practice.

This conference is appropriate for clinicians at all levels of experience.

More about our Speakers:

Shelley Doctors, PhD is a faculty member and Supervising Analyst at the Institute for the Psychoanalytic Study of Subjectivity, the National Institute for the Psychotherapies, and the Institute for Contemporary Psychotherapy and Psychoanalysis. She is currently President of the International Association for Psychoanalytic Self Psychology. Previously, she served 12 years as Secretary of the International Society for Adolescent Psychiatry and Psychology. Additionally, she was a member of the original Advisory Board of the International Association for Relational Psychoanalysis and Psychotherapy, and is currently on the Editorial Board of the International Journal of Psychoanalytic Self Psychology. Her more than 40 book chapters and peer-reviewed journal articles focus on self psychology, intersubjectivity, and adolescence.

Jackie Gotthold, PsyD is a faculty member and supervisor and training analyst at the Institute for the Psychoanalytic Study of Subjectivity. Additionally, she is a faculty member and supervisor for the National Institute for the Psychotherapies and the Minnesota Institute for Psychoanalysis and Psychotherapy. Jackie is a member of the International Council for the Association for Psychoanalytic Self Psychology; a board member of APA Division 39, Section II (for Child and Adolescent Psychoanalysis); and has been a member of IARPP’s child and adolescent initiative. She has presented and published numerous articles addressing clinical and theoretical topics in work with children, adolescents and adults.

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Continuing education credit: 3 CE credits available for full attendance.The Institute of Contemporary Psychotherapy and Psychoanalysis (ICP+P) maintains responsibility for this program and its content. ICP+P is approved by the American Psychological Association to sponsor continuing education for psychologists. ICP+P is approved by the Maryland Board of Social Work Examiners to offer Category I continuing education credit. Because ICP+P has approval from the Maryland Board, CE credit hours awarded by ICP+P may also be claimed by social workers licensed in Virginia and the District of Columbia. These continuing education credits meet the ANCC approval standards for nurses and the approved standards for marriage and family therapists. Attendees from the above professional groups will earn 3 CE credits for attending the conference. Full attendance is required to receive the designated CE credit. ICP+P is accredited by MedChi, the Maryland State Medical Society to provide continuing medical education for physicians. ICP+P designates this educational activity for a maximum of 3 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s). Physicians should only claim credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.

*Shelley Doctors, PhD, Jacqueline Gotthold, PsyD, Jen Sermoneta, PsyD, Maxine Arnsdorf, PhD, Dawn Taylor, MSW have informed us that they do not have a conflict of interest and have disclosed that they have no relevant financial relationship with any commercial interests pertaining to this educational activity. Additionally, the presenters have been instructed to disclose any limitations of data and unlabeled or investigational uses of products during this presentation. This presentation will not contain any references to off­label (non­FDA approved) use of products or devices.

Click here to register online for the December 5th conference.

Click here to see the full flier…

Couples Conference

Saturday, February 27, 2016
Registration: 8:30-9am
Program: 9am-12:30pm
National 4-H Conference Center
7100 Connecticut Avenue
Chevy Chase, MD 20815

The Couples Therapy Training Program of ICP+P will present an experiential conference on working with couples embroiled in the aftermath of an affair. Using a participant-observer model, the audience will watch two vignettes of ongoing treatment with a couple. After each vignette, there will be time to explore audience reactions and questions.

Conference participants will observe the therapist containing intense affect, addressing underlying dynamics in the couple, and working to repair the rupture. The format will provide participants the opportunity to learn from each other as we engage together in this experiential process.

Following the experiential part of the conference, there will be a theoretical presentation to integrate the theory and practice of working with couples where there is an affair.

Look for more details soon!

Upcoming Events

  • Saturday, November 21, 2015, 9:00 am-12:30 pm, Alice Kassabian Memorial Conference: Reflections on Wisdom~ Its Nature, Value, and Relevance to Contemporary Practice, with Nancy McWilliams, PhD, ABPP at The Cosmos Club, 2121 Massachusetts Avenue NW, Washington DC. Co-sponsored by ICP+P and GWSCSW. SOLD OUT!
  • Friday, December 4, 2015, 2:30-4:30 pm, The Big Tent of Contemporary Psychoanalytic Thinking: Playing with Intersubjective, Self and Relational Constructs with Shelley Doctors, PhD and Janna Sandmeyer, PhD and a paper by Donna Orange. Click HERE to register.
  • Saturday, December 5, 2015, 9:00 am-12:30 pm, ICP+P Conference – Authenticity, Openness, and Spontaneity: A Contemporary Psychoanalytic View of Adolescent Development and Treatment with Shelley Doctors, PhD and Jackie Gotthold, PsyD. Click HERE to register.
  • Saturday, January 23, 2016, 10 am – noon, Contemporary Approaches to Psychodynamic Psychotherapy Program (CAPP) Open House and Case Presentations – ICP+P Office, 4601 Connecticut Ave., NW, Suite 8, Washington, DC 20008.
  • Saturday, February 20, 2016, 10 am – noon, Contemporary Approaches to Psychodynamic Psychotherapy Program (CAPP) Open House and Case Presentations – ICP+P Office, 4601 Connecticut Ave., NW, Suite 8, Washington, DC 20008.
  • Saturday, February 27, 2016, 9:00 am-12:30 pm, ICP+P Couples Conference. Chaired by Tybe Diamond, MSW this free-to-members half-day program will be created and presented by Couples Training Program Faculty and Graduates.
  • Saturday, March 19, 2016, 10 am – noon, Contemporary Approaches to Psychodynamic Psychotherapy Program (CAPP) Open House and Case Presentations – ICP+P Office, 4601 Connecticut Ave., NW, Suite 8, Washington, DC 20008.
  • Saturday, April 16, 2016, 9:00 am-4:30 pm, ICP+P 22nd Annual Conference, Connectedness: Transforming the Clinical Relationship with Richard Geist, EdD

News and Notes

  • Women’s Psychotherapy Group beginning on 11/10 at 7:00 p.m. Openings for women of all ages, who are interested in exploring socio/political/cultural issues on gender identity, and the interplay of family of origin and relational dynamics as they relate to self development. Please contact Alison Howard, PsyD, MEd, CGP for more information. 202-368-3501.
  • Monthly Sex Therapy Consultation Group with Deborah Fox, Certified Sex Therapist for over 30 years. Common topics include fundamental principles of improving sexual functioning; understanding the underlying sexual dynamics in a relationship and helping couples re-start or improve their sexual relationship; the role of anxiety, impact of early trauma, breaches of trust, aging – and how to work with these.Where: 4600 Connecticut Ave NW, Washington, DC 20008When: Three meeting times are proposed, email your order of preference.Wed 1:30 pm; Fri 10:00 am or 2:00 pm. Six sessions, two hours each, $480.Contact Deborah for more information, debfox2@verizon.net or 202-363-1740.
  • Contemporary Approaches to Psychodynamic Psychotherapy Program (CAPP) will hold open houses and case presentations for 3 Saturdays in the first quarter of 2016. All sessions will meet from 10 AM – Noon at the ICP+P Office. The dates and session details are below:

January 23, 2016
The Therapist’s Use of Self: A Self Psychological and Intersubjective Perspective

The ways in which the therapist uses her self from a Self Psychological and Intersubjective perspective will be demonstrated and discussed with participants. Case material and discussion will illustrate concepts from Self Psychology and Intersubjectivity, how the therapist thinks about and experientially employs these perspectives, and how the therapist’s sense of self is challenged in her work.

Mary Jean Kane, MSW, LCSW, is a contemporary relational psychoanalyst and a couple and group psychotherapist. She currently leads a mixed adult Relational Psychotherapy Group. Her training includes the ICP+P Psychoanalytic Training Program, the ICP+P Psychotherapy Training Program (now the CAPP Program), the Washington School of Psychiatry’s Group Psychotherapy Training Program, and training in Accelerated Experiential Dynamic Psychotherapy and Imago Relationship Therapy. Mary Jean has a Private Practice in Falls Church, VA. She is on the ICP+P teaching faculty and does clinical supervision and consultation.

February 20, 2016

“Tigger, Eeyore, and the Crunch of (Mis)Recognition”

Participants will be introduced to contemporary Relational views of therapeutic impasse. The central notion of the co-contributions of both patient’s and therapist’s internal and intermingling conflicts and psychologies to the treatment process, particularly when they catalyze to create treatment ruptures and/or impasses, will be discussed using an extended case example.

William Pinney, Ph.D. holds faculty appointments at ICP&P’s Contemporary Approaches to Psychodynamic Psychotherapy (CAPP) Training Program, the Washington School of Psychiatry’s (WSP) Supervision Training Program, Georgetown University’s Counseling and Psychiatric Service, and supervises at the University of Maryland’s Psychotherapy Clinic and Research Lab.

March 19, 2016

A Case Illustration of Core Concepts in Self Psychology

Using a detailed case example, we will explore Kohut’s seminal contributions in empathy, selfobject transferences, and disruption and repair as they manifest in the therapeutic relationship.

Janna Sandmeyer, Ph.D, is Chair of the Contemporary Approaches to Psychodynamic Psychotherapy program, and is faculty and supervisor at the Washington School of Psychiatry.

  • Monthly CAPP Pre-Program Study Group:
    The CAPP Program is sponsoring a monthly pre-program study group beginning in January, meeting the second Tuesday of the month from 7:15 to 8:30 PM in Monica L. Callahan’s office in Bethesda. The group is designed especially for people who plan to apply to the program for the training class beginning in September, 2016. Discussion will focus on selected readings from the self psychology and relational literature. For further information, please contact Monica at Callahanml@erols.com or 301 587 6211.

Bulletin Board

  • Heidi Block and Ann Ewing are co-facilitating a Daring Way Weekend Intensive on Dec. 4th, 5th and 6th in Dupont Circle Washington DC. The Daring Way is an experiential process based on the research of Dr. Brene Brown. We explore topics such as vulnerability, courage, shame, and worthiness. We examine thoughts, emotions and behaviors that are holding us back and we identified new choices and practices that will move us toward more authentic and wholehearted living. If you have patients who might be interested, please let us know. Please contact Heidi at heidiblock1@gmail.com or 301-651-6906.
  • Large, private office (10 x 12) available for rent (part or full time) in small, well established Internal Medicine practice, in Bethesda on Rockledge Drive. Perfect for psychiatrist/therapist, acupuncturist, massage therapist, nutritionist, physical therapist, with good opportunity for cross referral. Shared or private waiting area. Rent and hours are negotiable. Please email kanteroffice308@gmail.com, if interested.
  • Private practice group looking for new therapist – Seeking a clinician to join an established, respected group practice in Old Town Alexandria. We collaborate and support each other, meeting weekly to discuss cases. Virginia license needed. If interested, please call or email Deborah Asher Hertzberg, LCSW 703-683-1399, Dahertz1@gmail.com.
  • Downtown Bethesda – office space. Interior therapy office, full time, furnished. Collegial atmosphere. Wifi and fax services included. En-suite restroom for staff only. Within walking distance of Bethesda metro station. On street and county garage parking. $750 per month. Contact Jacob Melamed, Ph.D. at jmelamed@jacobimelamedphd.com.
  • Offices available, Foggy Bottom, Washington Psychiatric Group: interdisciplinary practices. Two offices available, one (spacious) full and/or part time, other full time: professionally decorated waiting room, kitchenette, 2 bathrooms (professional one with shower), well equipped administrative office ( fax machine, copier), subsidized parking w/I building, Metro accessible. For more information call Audrey Thayer Walker, MSW at 202-331-1547.

ICP+P Connections is the e-Newsletter of the Institute of Contemporary Psychoanalysis and Psychotherapy, issued at the beginning of each month.

Please e-mail articles, announcements, and artwork in JPG/PNG format to Jonathan Lebolt, PhD, DCSW, CGP (Editor) (804- 683-4536) at Therapy@Doctor-Jon.com or Nancy Der, ICP+P Administrator (Managing Editor) (202-686-9300, ext.5) at administrator@icpeast.org by the 23rd of the previous month.


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