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IPI Summer Institute on Couple, Child and Family Therapy
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6/10/2016 to 6/12/2016
When: June 10-12, 2016
Contact: IPI
301-215-7377

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International Psychotherapy Institute

 

Summer Institute on

Couple, Child and Family Therapy

    

Washington, DC -- June 10-12, 2016

  Institute Director: Caroline Sehon, M.D.    

 

The institute offers an in-depth study of theory and technique of psychoanalytic couple and family therapy with a special focus on traumatic situations as they impact children, couples and families in diverse patient populations. A range of learning formats - lectures, clinical presentations and small group discussions will be led by experts from the USA with social opportunities to create and foster collegial networking in exciting Washington, DC !

 

Tuition

$325 ($260 before May 13)

Full-time graduate students: $215 ($170 before April 15)

IPI Members : 10% discount on above fee structure

Associate IPI Members: 5% discount on above fee structure

 

Continuing Education Credit

Approximately 14.5 hours

 

For more information on the institute, full schedule of presenters, registration, location, and lodging options, please see www.theipi.org or contact IPI:

info@theipi.org, 301-215-7377

 

 

Affective Learning Model


The Affective Learning Model is an educational format derived from the theoretical principles of Object Relations. Faculty, candidates, fellows, students and weekend attendees learn together, from didactic material and experience, to integrate theory and technique, cognitive and affective elements, and intrapsychic and interpersonal dimensions.


IPI's affective learning groups represent a core component of the weekend learning. Each participant meets in a consistent group, twice daily and once on Sunday morning during the weekend conference. The affective learning process provides an essential vehicle for learning at IPI, giving participants an effective way to integrate their intellectual and emotional responses to the material at individual and group levels, and to apply this learning to their clinical work. Participants value the small group as a place that fosters their development as clinicians, by giving the learner a close-in opportunity to discuss, argue, and wrestle with concepts and emotional responses to the material.

 

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