David Scharff, MD and Carla Trusty-Smith, Ph.D., LMHC
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The Psychoanalytic Couple Therapy Course will focus on special topics and challenges in the practice of couple treatment, using presentations, case presentation and discussion, and advance readings. The course will feature presenters from the International Psychotherapy Institute and other colleagues from the U.S., Argentina, England, Greece, Israel, Italy and Spain. Participants may join the course at several established videoconference sites including Chevy Chase, MD, Indianapolis, IN, Long Island, NY, Salt Lake City, UT, and Tel Aviv, Israel, or may join this live videoconference individually via the internet by computer, laptop, tablet or smartphone. This year participants will be able to join the videoconference easily by downloading a free program and clicking on a simple link (for more information on connecting, contact email@example.com). Register for one semester or both.
FALL 2016 Semester Schedule - Seven two-hour sessions - 14 hours CE Credit
September 7 Altering Technique with Narcissistic Couples
Carl Bagnini (Long Island, NY)
October 5 To Be or Not To Be Three?
Jill Scharff (Washington, DC)
October 26 Reckoning with the Unconscious in Later Life: A Reappraisal and Development of the Tavistock Model of Couple Functioning
Chris Vincent (Hayling Island, England)
November 2 Is Neurobiology of Any Relevance to the Practice of Couple Psychotherapy?
Chris Clulow (London)
November 16 "Who's Cry is it for God's Sake?":
Intergenerational Transmission of Trauma to the Third Generation
Hanni Mann-Shalvi (Tel Aviv, Israel)
November 30 Understanding, Assessing and Working with
Domestic Violence and Abuse in Couples
Damian McCann (London)
December 14 The Psychosomatic Partnership: Implications in Couple Sex Therapy
Carla Trusty Smith (Indianapolis, IN), Presenter David Scharff (Washington, DC), Discussant
SPRING 2017 Semester - Eight two-hour sessions - 16 hours CE Credit
January 11 The Role of Blame in Couple Relationships: An Oedipal Dimension
Amita Sehgal (London)
January 25 Challenges of Sexual Life After Cancer
Lisa Anllo (Buffalo, NY)
February 1 Concurrent Couple and Individual Treatment:
Collision, Collusion, or Effective combination?
Janine Wanlass (Salt Lake City, UT)
February 15 Collaborative Treatment Planning with Couples and Families:
Principles, Parameters and a Proposed Paradigm
Caroline Sehon (Washington, DC)
March 1 Intersubjective Work when Dealing Clinically with Couples
Elizabeth Palacios (Zaragoza, Spain)
March 29 Fear of Sharing and Transpersonal Defenses
in Psychoanalytic Couple therapy
Anastasia Tsamparli (Rhodes, Greece)
April 19 Second Chance: Couple vs. Family
Monica Vorchheimer (Buenos Aires, Argentina)
May 3 The Mystery, the Turbulence and the Passion of Infantile Phantasy
in the Couple: Working with Donald Meltzer's Theories
Karen Proner (New York)
Registration Fee: $295 per semester Participants register for the full semester of seven or eight sessions - not open to registration for individual sessions. CE Credit:
Fall Semester 2016: 14 hours Spring Semester 2017: 16 hours
Click here to Register online. You can also click here to download a registration form. Participants may register to participate in person at one of our local sites, or by weblink on their computer, laptop, tablet or smartphone.
Contact us for more information on participating by weblink, or for information about any of our programs, including objectives, target audience, instructional level of the activity, schedule, cost, refund/cancellation policy, instructor credentials and CE credit.
International Psychotherapy Institute, 6612 Kennedy Drive, Chevy Chase, MD 20815
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