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Couples Therapy — Skills, Tools, or Excavations

Presenter: Robert Raymond, Ph.D. *This event will be held in THREE sessions. In this 3-session mini workshop we will explore how and when to focus on communication skills and attachment styles, and when to go deep into influences of family of origin and historical backgrounds as ways of working with couples. Time permitting we will […]

Free – $112.50

Monthly Drop-in Group for Members

Please join fellow SIPP members on the first Wednesday of each month.7:30 – 8:30PM October 7th, 2020November 4th, 2020December 2nd, 2020February 3rd, 2021March 3rd, 2021April 7th, 2021May 5th, 2021 The link will be sent to the members group. PLEASE JOIN!

Free
Recurring

Couples Therapy — Skills, Tools, or Excavations

Presenter: Robert Raymond, Ph.D. *This event will be held in THREE sessions. In this 3-session mini workshop we will explore how and when to focus on communication skills and attachment styles, and when to go deep into influences of family of origin and historical backgrounds as ways of working with couples. Time permitting we will […]

Free – $112.50

When Patient and Therapist Needs Collide: Clinical Dilemmas in the Time of Covid

Description of the Workshop Presenter: Dr. Madeline Hirschfeld This workshop focuses on the unique clinical dilemmas that clinicians are facing as we attempt to meet our patients needs for continuity and connection, while still protecting our own needs for safety and/or privacy. Ways to manage the challenges to the therapeutic relationship and the frame of treatment […]

Free – $37.50

A Psychoanalytic Postmortem of a Patient Suicide: When Only One Survives

Presentation:Beth Feldman, Ph.D. Discussants:Lynn Higgins, LCSW andAmira Simha-Alpern, Ph.D., ABPP Description of the Workshop When our patient takes their own life, how do we go on with the same confidence in our ability to heal, the same willingness to face each hour with an open heart? How do we understand the devastating choice that they have […]

Free – $37.50

Mutative Action: From Insight to Productive Use of Uncomfortable Countertransference

Description of the Workshop Presented by Irwin Hirsch, Ph.D. The relative value of insight as a mutative factor in psychoanalysis has long been a central question in the literature. Most analysts now believe that although insight has clear value, it isn’t normally sufficient to produce structural change in most patients. Alternatively, the tide has shifted strongly […]

Free – $50.00