Family and Couples Treatment Services, a Division of ICP, was established in 1982 to meet the needs of a growing number of couples and families seeking therapy. FACTS is committed to both individual and systemic change, integrating individual psychodynamic and systemic approaches to human problems. We believe that human development is best understood in an interpersonal context, especially within family relationships, past and present.
Our training mission in the FACTS Program is to provide mental health professionals working in agencies, hospitals, and private practice with opportunities to expand their skills in the treatment of families and couples. Our training addresses systemic theory and the major schools and techniques of couples and family therapy.
Our faculty has expertise in the treatment of married and unmarried couples, lesbian and gay couples and families, divorced and remarried couples, single parent families, substance abuse in couples and families in conjunction with 12-step programs, eating disorders in families, multicultural couples and families, and trauma and the family.
Those interested in applying to the Family and Couples Treatment Services, please contact ICP at (212) 333-3444.