ICP's Two-Year Program in Contemporary Psychodynamic Psychotherapy is a convenient evening program designed to provide an intensive learning experience for clinicians. It combines course work, individual and group supervision, patient contact, and the candidate’s individual psychotherapy.
“Psychodynamic” refers to a mind in motion. Psychodynamic psychotherapy is built on the shoulders of psychoanalytic thought, and expects to uncover, explore, and understand a patient’s dynamic factors.
"I took the 2-year program in contemporary psychodynamic psychotherapy because I wanted to understand the psychotherapeutic process better and become a better therapist. I really enjoyed the classes, and our group became a close peer circle. We are still in touch, supporting each other after our two years of formal training. ......"