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Seminars with Adam Phillips

In-Person Workshop: A Weekend with Adam Phillips

Seminars with Adam Phillips

March 18, 19, & 20, 2024 at ICP

 

*This is an in person event with video available post-event. 

Up to 4.5 CE credits available for in person attendance.

Adam Phillips will do a close reading and detailed analysis of three seminal papers of the Middle Group that are at once distinctive contributions, and that clarify many middle group assumptions and preconceptions about psychoanalysis.

Papers will be pre-distributed.

March 18th: 12:00PM - 1:30PM
"The Transformation Object" by Christopher Bollas
Chair: Thomas Rini


March 19th: 12:00PM - 1:30PM
"Cumulative Trauma" by Masud Khan
Chair: Katherine Leddick


March 20th: 7:00PM - 8:30PM
"Fear of Breakdown" by Donald Winnicott
Chair: Kathleen Miller

Videos of these events are provided for absences.

If you have registered for "A Weekend with Adam Phillips” March 16-17, 2024, you can attend one seminar for free. If you have registered for the weekend event but not selected a seminar, please email Zoe Pappas at analytictraining@icpnyc.org

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Continuing Education Information

NYS Continuing Education Information

*The Institute for Contemporary Psychotherapy is recognized by the New York State Education Department’s State Board for Mental Health Practitioners as an approved provider of continuing education for licensed psychoanalysts.

*The Institute for Contemporary Psychotherapy is recognized by the NYS Education Department State Board for Social Work as an approved provider of continuing education credit for licensed social workers.

*The Institute for Contemporary Psychotherapy is recognized by the New York State Education Department’s State Board for Mental Health Practitioners as an approved provider of continuing education for licensed mental health counselors.

*The Institute for Contemporary Psychotherapy is recognized by the New York State Education Department's State Board for Mental Health Practitioners as an approved provider of continuing education for licensed marriage and family therapists.

*The Institute for Contemporary Psychotherapy is recognized by the New York State Education Department’s State Board for Psychology as an approved provider of continuing education for licensed psychologists.

*The Institute for Contemporary Psychotherapy is recognized by the New York State Education Department’s State Board for Mental Health Practitioners as an approved provider of continuing education for licensed creative arts therapists.

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March 21
End:
March 22
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Venue

ICP
33 W 60th St., 4FL
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In-Person Workshop: A Weekend with Adam Phillips

In Person Event:

A Weekend with Adam Phillips

The Institute for Contemporary Psychotherapy
Presents “A Weekend with Adam Phillips”
March 16-17, 2024

Saturday, March 16th - Sunday March 17th, 2004, 9:00am-3:30pm

The Psychoanalytic Division of the Institute for Contemporary Psychotherapy welcomes Adam Phillips back to New York.

Adam Phillips’s return to ICP is in part a celebration of ICP’s birth fifty years ago and an opportunity to remember Pearl-Ellen Gordon who for 40 years was a vital and invaluable contributor to the growth and life of the Institute.

Schedule At-A-Glance
9:00AM: Registration and coffee
9:30AM-3:30PM: Presentations

Full Schedule:

Saturday, March 16th, 2024

Morning Events: 

Welcome message presented by Ed Corrigan

In Memoriam for Pearl-Ellen Gordon – 1943-2023: presented by Ron Taffel

Paper presentation: “On Not Being Taught” presented by the author, Adam Phillips

Drawing on Freud, Milner, Deleuze, Lacan, Winnicott and the American Pragmatist Rorty, Phillips explores the role the unconscious plays in learning, reading, listening, change and growth.

“Teachers can only to a limited extent inform their students: they can only offer them material which will be used according to their desire, the idiosyncracy, of the student: the teacher is simply part of the students day-dream. But what Freud and Winnicott are saying is that in this informing, learning process something else is going on alongside it, or within it and it cannot be accurately described as learning, or indeed as a consciously intentional project.  It can be more accurately described as enhancing one’s aliveness, or enjoying one’s enjoyment, or nourishing parts of oneself that one may not be aware of.”

Chair: Ed Corrigan

Afternoon Events: 

Psychoanalysis and Writing: Presented by Adam Phillips and Nicole Krauss.

In conversation these two exemplary writers will explore each other’s work. They will focus on the pleasure of writing, the surprises, the twists and turns, the improvisational nature of the creative process.

Chair: Patricia Clough

Sunday, March 17th, 2024

Morning Events: 

Panel in honor of Pearl-Ellen Gordon: Adolescence toward Young Adulthood:  New Forms of Discontent.

This panel will explore the enormous challenges facing the clinician at a time when “generation objects” are changing dramatically.  Each presenter will discuss clinical material which highlights the developmental, cultural, social forces at play in the lives of their patients.

Panelists: Ron TaffelKathleen MillerStephen SeligmanSusan O’KuhnCaroline VolelSacha Bollas and Seshie Hargett

Cecil Webster and Adam Phillips will join the Panelists as respondents.

Chair: Holly Levenkron

Afternoon Events: 

“Psychoanalysis for Beginners,” author Adam Phillips.

Presented by: Cornelia Barber, a recent graduate of ICP’s Psychoanalytic Program who will lead the discussion with Adam Phillips and the audience.

However we describe or picture the unconscious, we are always beginners in relation to the unconscious. It could never be something we know, or know once and for all; indeed, psychoanalysis might be more about experiencing the unconscious than knowing it; one is either surprised, or one is not.

An important note about CEs:
ICP is an approved provider of continuing education credits for social workers, mental health counselors, marriage and family therapists, creative arts therapists, psychologists and psychoanalysts through the New York Department of Education. If your license is from a different state, please contact your state’s licensing board to find out if they will accept CE credits for New York State. If your license is from another state, please enter your license number with your state in parenthesis, ie 54321 (CA).

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March 16
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March 17
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Venue

Columbia Faculty House; 64 Morningside Drive, NYC
64 Morningside Drive
New York, NY 10027 United States
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In-Person Workshop: A Weekend with Adam Phillips

Virtual Workshop:

Families Need Support Too:
The Rippling Effects of an Eating Disorder

with CSAB co-director Jake Pine, LCSW

Tuesday, February 27, 2024, 6:30-8:00pm via Zoom

Navigating the maze of the mental health treatment world—especially the eating disorder wing of that world—is increasingly complicated, nerve-wracking, and expensive. Family members of a person with an eating disorder are often asked (and frequently want) to get treatment for themselves, but sometimes don’t know how to find it, what sort of treatment to get, and in some cases, why it is important at all. This virtual interactive seminar will address these questions and many others that family and friends often have, but don’t know whom to ask.

About the Presenter
Jacob Pine is a licensed Clinical Social Worker in private practice in Manhattan. He grew up in New York City, and did his undergraduate studies at The Johns Hopkins University and The Peabody Conservatory in Baltimore. He earned his Masters degree in social work from Fordham University, and received his certificate in the integrated treatment of eating disorders from the Center for the Study of Anorexia and Bulimia in 2010. He has been Co-director of CSAB for 5 years. He has presented, supervised, and taught in numerous capacities, and has had multiple articles published about his experience running an eating disorder group for men. He is well-versed in a wide variety of theories and techniques, and uses them as indicated by both scientific research and professional experience.

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Refund Policy: Please note that refunds for all CSAB events are available up until one week before the start of the workshop or module unless otherwise stated. Registration fees are non-transferable. Once you have registered and paid for an event, your registration and payment cannot be transferred to another person or event.

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Date:
February 27
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6:30 pm - 8:00 pm EST
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In-Person Workshop: A Weekend with Adam Phillips

Virtual Workshop:

Eating Disorder with Men

with CSAB co-director Jake Pine, LCSW

Friday, December 11, 2023, 12:00-2:00pm

Approved for 2 NYS CE credits

Men account for approximately one-quarter of all people with anorexia, and a third with eating disorders overall. While many factors related to the etiology and treatment of eating disorders are not gender specific, many others are. This 2-hour workshop will begin to uncover some of the issues that boys and men face that can lead to eating disorders as well as some of the differences in treatment that can arise. Presenter, and CSAB co-director, Jacob Pine LCSW, has run several Men’s Groups for disordered eating and eating disorders over the years and brings an important perspective to this burgeoning issue.

About the Presenter
Jacob Pine is a licensed Clinical Social Worker in private practice in Manhattan. He grew up in New York City, and did his undergraduate studies at The Johns Hopkins University and The Peabody Conservatory in Baltimore. He earned his Masters degree in social work from Fordham University, and received his certificate in the integrated treatment of eating disorders from the Center for the Study of Anorexia and Bulimia in 2010. He has been Co-director of CSAB for 5 years. He has presented, supervised, and taught in numerous capacities, and has had multiple articles published about his experience running an eating disorder group for men. He is well-versed in a wide variety of theories and techniques, and uses them as indicated by both scientific research and professional experience.

An important note about CEs:
ICP is an approved provider of continuing education credits for social workers, mental health counselors, marriage and family therapists, psychologists and psychoanalysts through the New York Department of Education. If your license is from a different state, please contact your state’s licensing board to find out if they will accept CE credits for New York State. If your license is from another state, please enter your license number with your state in parenthesis, ie 54321 (CA).
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Date:
December 11, 2023
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12:00 pm EST
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In-Person Workshop: A Weekend with Adam Phillips

Virtual Workshop:

Navigating Asexuality in Clinical Practice

with Dr. Morag A. Yule, C. Psych

 

Wednesday, January 31, 2024; 7:00pm-9:00pm on Zoom

This event will be approved for 2 NYS and 2 AASECT CE credits

Asexuality is characterized by a persistent lack of sexual attraction, and asexuality is often an intrinsic part of an individual’s identity. Asexual people, often referred to as “aces,” may have romantic feelings and the spectrum of asexuality includes various identities and differing levels of interest in sexual activity.

This presentation delves into the understanding and incorporation of asexual identities in clinical practice, aiming to enhance practitioners’ competency in addressing the unique needs of asexual individuals and their partners. It begins by defining asexuality, challenging common misconceptions, and highlighting the diversity within the asexual community. The talk emphasizes the importance of differentiating asexuality from other conditions, such as hypoactive sexual desire disorder, and the implications for misdiagnosis and treatment.

Case studies and interactive discussions will facilitate a deeper understanding of how to support asexual individuals through informed, empathetic, and tailored care. By the end of this session, participants will be equipped with practical tools and insights to navigate asexuality in their clinical work.

About the presenter:

Dr. Morag Yule received her PhD in clinical psychology from the University of British Columbia (UBC) and completed her clinical residency at the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health (CAMH) in Toronto. She is the founder and director of Ontario Sex Therapy, a private practice in Toronto. Dr. Yule has been involved in sex research since 2005 and been providing psychotherapy and assessments for sexual difficulties since 2010.

She has published and presented widely in sexuality and was awarded multiple academic honours and awards throughout her graduate training. Dr. Yule is especially recognized for her ground-breaking studies of asexuality and its assessment.

Dr. Yule provides psychological services for a broad range of sexual issues. She has extensive training and experience treating sexual dysfunction, including problems with sexual desire, difficulty experiencing sexual arousal and orgasm, and sexual pain. She also works with those exploring sexual identity, struggling with hypersexuality/out of control sexual behavior, navigating atypical/unique sexual interests, and moving past difficult sexual experiences and sexual trauma. In addition to her specialization in treating sexual difficulties, has a particular focus on treating OCD with sexuality-related themes such as pedophilia OCD (POCD) and sexual orientation OCD (SO-OCD). She works with both individuals and couples and people of all genders and sexual orientations.

Dr. Yule is President of the Society for Sex Therapy and Research (SSTAR). She is also a full member of SSTAR, the International Academy of Sex Research (IASR) and the Canadian Sex Research Forum (CSRF) as well as the Ontario Psychological Association (OPA) and the College of Psychologists of Ontario (CPO).

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An important note about CEs:
ICP is an approved provider of continuing education credits for social workers, mental health counselors, marriage and family therapists, psychologists and psychoanalysts through the New York Department of Education. If your license is from a different state, please contact your state’s licensing board to find out if they will accept CE credits for New York State. If your license is from another state, please enter your license number with your state in parenthesis, ie 54321 (CA).
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Date:
January 31
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7:00 pm - 9:00 pm EST
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Organizer

Sex Therapy Program (STP)
Email
pcgs@icpnyc.org
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In-Person Workshop: A Weekend with Adam Phillips

Hybrid Workshop - Virtual & in-person at ICP:

The Complicated World of Family Cutoffs:

causes, interventions, and a deeper understanding

 

with Tracy K. Ross, LCSW Judith Aronowitz, LCSW

 

Thursday, February 1st, 2024 from 7pm-9pm Hybrid

This event will be approved for NYS 2 CE credits

Family estrangement is extremely widespread, affecting millions of people regardless of race, religion, ethnicity, or class. As therapists, whether we are working with individuals, couples, or families, the pain and impact is something we regularly encounter in our clinical work. Often there is internal conflict, particular meaning attached to the loss of the relationship(s), and inter-generational damage, that seeps into current relationships. With a deeper understanding of the causes, impact, and paths to repair, we as therapists can intervene to create lasting change and support individuals and families in finding a path forward.

We will take a deep dive into this phenomenon and look at the genogram of a family in order to deepen our understanding of the clinical material and examine the personal, relational, inter-generational, and multi-cultural aspects of this phenomena.

About Presenters:

Tracy Ross is a couples and family therapist as well as an organizational psychologist. She has a focus and expertise in adult family therapy, particularly in the area of family cut-offs, as well as specialties in discernment counseling and collaborative divorce. She is a graduate of the Ackerman Institute, where she was a faculty member for 10 years on the Resilient Families project. In addition to her clinical practice, Tracy develops and presents courses throughout the country and consults with businesses and non-profit organizations on a variety of interpersonal and relational issues.

Judith Aronowitz started her career as a Pediatric Nurse before realizing she was most drawn to healing relationships. She trained at the Ackerman Institute for the Family where she was a faculty member for 10 years on the Resilient Family project. She is also trained as a certified Discernment Counselor. Currently, she is in Private Practice in NYC working with Individuals, Couples, and Families. She is passionate about systems thinking and theories and along with Tracy Ross has developed courses on Family work and presents throughout the country.

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For any questions, including those about accessibility, or to request accommodations please contact Oranda Barnes at facts@icpnyc.org

__________________________________________________

An important note about CEs:
ICP is an approved provider of continuing education credits for social workers, mental health counselors, marriage and family therapists, psychologists and psychoanalysts through the New York Department of Education. If your license is from a different state, please contact your state’s licensing board to find out if they will accept CE credits for New York State. If your license is from another state, please enter your license number with your state in parenthesis, ie 54321 (CA).

ICP is also an approved provider of continuing education credits for psychologists through the APA.

__________________________________________________

Continuing Education Information

NYS Continuing Education Information

*The Institute for Contemporary Psychotherapy is recognized by the New York State Education Department's State Board for Mental Health Practitioners as an approved provider of continuing education for licensed psychoanalysts.

*The Institute for Contemporary Psychotherapy is recognized by the NYS Education Department State Board for Social Work as an approved provider of continuing education credit for licensed social workers.

*The Institute for Contemporary Psychotherapy is recognized by the New York State Education Department's State Board for Mental Health Practitioners as an approved provider of continuing education for licensed mental health counselors.

*The Institute for Contemporary Psychotherapy is recognized by the New York State Education Department's State Board for Mental Health Practitioners as an approved provider of continuing education for licensed marriage and family therapists.

*The Institute for Contemporary Psychotherapy is recognized by the New York State Education Department’s State Board for Psychology as an approved provider of continuing education for licensed psychologists.

*The Institute for Contemporary Psychotherapy is recognized by the New York State Education Department’s State Board for Mental Health Practitioners as an approved provider of continuing education for licensed creative arts therapists.

 

Details

Date:
January 31
Time:
7:00 pm - 9:00 pm EST
Event Category:
Event Tags:
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Organizer

Sex Therapy Program (STP)
Email
pcgs@icpnyc.org
View Organizer Website
In-Person Workshop: A Weekend with Adam Phillips

Hybrid Workshop - Virtual & in-person at ICP:

The Complicated World of Family Cutoffs:

Causes, Interventions, and a Deeper Understanding

with Tracey Ross, LCSW & Judy Aronowitz, LCSW

 

Thursday, February 1, 2024, 7:00-9:00pm

This event will be approved for 2 NYS CE credits

 

Family estrangement is extremely widespread, affecting millions of people regardless of race, religion, ethnicity, or class. As therapists, whether we are working with individuals, couples, or families, the pain and impact is something we regularly encounter in our clinical work. Often there is internal conflict, particular meaning attached to the loss of the relationship(s), and inter-generational damage, that seeps into current relationships. With a deeper understanding of the causes, impact, and paths to repair, we as therapists can intervene to create lasting change and support individuals and families in finding a path forward.

We will take a deep dive into this phenomenon and look at the genogram of a family in order to deepen our understanding of the clinical material and examine the personal, relational, inter-generational, and multi-cultural aspects of this phenomena.

About Presenters:

Tracy Ross is a couples and family therapist as well as an organizational psychologist. She has a focus and expertise in adult family therapy, particularly in the area of family cut-offs, as well as specialties in discernment counseling and collaborative divorce. She is a graduate of the Ackerman Institute, where she was a faculty member for 10 years on the Resilient Families project. In addition to her clinical practice, Tracy develops and presents courses throughout the country and consults with businesses and non-profit organizations on a variety of interpersonal and relational issues.

Judith Aronowitz started her career as a Pediatric Nurse before realizing she was most drawn to healing relationships. She trained at the Ackerman Institute for the Family where she was a faculty member for 10 years on the Resilient Family project. She is also trained as a certified Discernment Counselor. Currently, she is in Private Practice in NYC working with Individuals, Couples, and Families. She is passionate about systems thinking and theories and along with Tracy Ross has developed courses on Family work and presents throughout the country.

 

For any questions, including those about accessibility, or to request accommodations please contact Oranda Barnes at facts@icpnyc.org

__________________________________________________

An important note about CEs:
ICP is an approved provider of continuing education credits for social workers, mental health counselors, marriage and family therapists, psychologists and psychoanalysts through the New York Department of Education. If your license is from a different state, please contact your state’s licensing board to find out if they will accept CE credits for New York State. If your license is from another state, please enter your license number with your state in parenthesis, ie 54321 (CA).

ICP is also an approved provider of continuing education credits for psychologists through the APA.
__________________________________________________

Continuing Education Information

NYS Continuing Education Information

*The Institute for Contemporary Psychotherapy is recognized by the New York State Education Department's State Board for Mental Health Practitioners as an approved provider of continuing education for licensed psychoanalysts.

*The Institute for Contemporary Psychotherapy is recognized by the NYS Education Department State Board for Social Work as an approved provider of continuing education credit for licensed social workers.

*The Institute for Contemporary Psychotherapy is recognized by the New York State Education Department's State Board for Mental Health Practitioners as an approved provider of continuing education for licensed mental health counselors.

*The Institute for Contemporary Psychotherapy is recognized by the New York State Education Department's State Board for Mental Health Practitioners as an approved provider of continuing education for licensed marriage and family therapists.

*The Institute for Contemporary Psychotherapy is recognized by the New York State Education Department’s State Board for Psychology as an approved provider of continuing education for licensed psychologists.

*The Institute for Contemporary Psychotherapy is recognized by the New York State Education Department’s State Board for Mental Health Practitioners as an approved provider of continuing education for licensed creative arts therapists.

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Date:
February 1
Time:
7:00 pm - 9:00 pm EST
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Venue

ICP
33 W 60th St., 4FL
New York, 10023 United States
Phone
212.333.3444
View Venue Website
In-Person Workshop: A Weekend with Adam Phillips

Virtual Workshop:

Navigating Asexuality in Clinical Practice

with Dr. Morag A. Yule, C. Psych

 

Wednesday, January 31, 2024; 7:00pm-9:00pm on Zoom

This event will be approved for 2 NYS and 2 AASECT CE credits

Asexuality is characterized by a persistent lack of sexual attraction, and asexuality is often an intrinsic part of an individual’s identity. Asexual people, often referred to as “aces,” may have romantic feelings and the spectrum of asexuality includes various identities and differing levels of interest in sexual activity.

This presentation delves into the understanding and incorporation of asexual identities in clinical practice, aiming to enhance practitioners’ competency in addressing the unique needs of asexual individuals and their partners. It begins by defining asexuality, challenging common misconceptions, and highlighting the diversity within the asexual community. The talk emphasizes the importance of differentiating asexuality from other conditions, such as hypoactive sexual desire disorder, and the implications for misdiagnosis and treatment.

Case studies and interactive discussions will facilitate a deeper understanding of how to support asexual individuals through informed, empathetic, and tailored care. By the end of this session, participants will be equipped with practical tools and insights to navigate asexuality in their clinical work.

About the presenter:

Dr. Morag Yule received her PhD in clinical psychology from the University of British Columbia (UBC) and completed her clinical residency at the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health (CAMH) in Toronto. She is the founder and director of Ontario Sex Therapy, a private practice in Toronto. Dr. Yule has been involved in sex research since 2005 and been providing psychotherapy and assessments for sexual difficulties since 2010.

She has published and presented widely in sexuality and was awarded multiple academic honours and awards throughout her graduate training. Dr. Yule is especially recognized for her ground-breaking studies of asexuality and its assessment.

Dr. Yule provides psychological services for a broad range of sexual issues. She has extensive training and experience treating sexual dysfunction, including problems with sexual desire, difficulty experiencing sexual arousal and orgasm, and sexual pain. She also works with those exploring sexual identity, struggling with hypersexuality/out of control sexual behavior, navigating atypical/unique sexual interests, and moving past difficult sexual experiences and sexual trauma. In addition to her specialization in treating sexual difficulties, has a particular focus on treating OCD with sexuality-related themes such as pedophilia OCD (POCD) and sexual orientation OCD (SO-OCD). She works with both individuals and couples and people of all genders and sexual orientations.

Dr. Yule is President of the Society for Sex Therapy and Research (SSTAR). She is also a full member of SSTAR, the International Academy of Sex Research (IASR) and the Canadian Sex Research Forum (CSRF) as well as the Ontario Psychological Association (OPA) and the College of Psychologists of Ontario (CPO).

__________________________________________________

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Want to learn more about our Certificate in Sex Therapy? Click Here.

__________________________________________________

An important note about CEs:
ICP is an approved provider of continuing education credits for social workers, mental health counselors, marriage and family therapists, psychologists and psychoanalysts through the New York Department of Education. If your license is from a different state, please contact your state’s licensing board to find out if they will accept CE credits for New York State. If your license is from another state, please enter your license number with your state in parenthesis, ie 54321 (CA).
__________________________________________________

 

Details

Date:
January 31
Time:
7:00 pm - 9:00 pm EST
Event Category:
Event Tags:
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Organizer

Sex Therapy Program (STP)
Email
pcgs@icpnyc.org
View Organizer Website
In-Person Workshop: A Weekend with Adam Phillips

Virtual Workshop:

Navigating Asexuality in Clinical Practice

with Dr. Morag A. Yule, C. Psych

 

Wednesday, January 31, 2024; 7:00pm-9:00pm

This event will be approved for NYS CE credits

 

 

To be notified when registration is posted, sign up for our mailing list by clicking here

 

 

An important note about CEs:
ICP is an approved provider of continuing education credits for social workers, mental health counselors, marriage and family therapists, psychologists and psychoanalysts through the New York Department of Education. If your license is from a different state, please contact your state’s licensing board to find out if they will accept CE credits for New York State. If your license is from another state, please enter your license number with your state in parenthesis, ie 54321 (CA).
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Date:
December 1, 2023
Time:
12:00 pm - 2:00 pm EST
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In-Person Workshop: A Weekend with Adam Phillips

Virtual Workshop:

Group Therapy for Eating Disordered Patients

with Andrea Schneer, LCSW

Friday, December 1, 2023, 12:00-2:00pm

Approved for 2 NYS CE credits

Eating disorder symptoms are understood to be metaphors that when deciphered, can shed light on the etiology and function of the symptoms. Trauma and neglect are part of that etiology. The symptoms express what is unknown, and/or unbearable for the individual to experience or to remember. Group topics include: “Mother=Food,” The Dinner Table,” “Health,” “Too much and Too Little.” The structure provides room to expand the patient’s thinking about what fuels the eating disorder thus providing opportunity for healthy responses. This workshop describes a series of groups devised in a Day Treatment setting for patients with eating disorders, adaptable to an outpatient group.

An important note about CEs:
ICP is an approved provider of continuing education credits for social workers, mental health counselors, marriage and family therapists, psychologists and psychoanalysts through the New York Department of Education. If your license is from a different state, please contact your state’s licensing board to find out if they will accept CE credits for New York State. If your license is from another state, please enter your license number with your state in parenthesis, ie 54321 (CA).
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Date:
December 1, 2023
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12:00 pm - 2:00 pm EST
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