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This workshop is focused on learning to apply ISTDP in a group setting. Using ISTDP in a group setting can help patients enormously by helping them recognize their inter-relational patterns in an interpersonal context and to see the devastating effects these patterns have on their well-being and their interpersonal relations through the manner in which they relate to their fellow group-members.Find out more »
The 3rd International Immersion in Intensive Short-Term Dynamic Psychotherapy for Couples and Families
ISTDP for couples and families In the form developed by Habib Davanloo and his students, ISTDP has traditionally been targeted towards individual therapy. However, many practitioners encounter patients seeking couples therapy, or patients presenting with problems deeply ingrained in family- or couple-dynamics. How can one expand the traditional framework of the ISTDP session to accommodate couples and families (couples with children), while still utilizing the powerful techniques and metapsychology of ISTDP? And how can the ISTDP model of individual therapy…Find out more »
Experiential Dynamic Psychotherapy: An Introduction to the Theory and Technique of Emotion-Focused, Experience-Near Psychodynamic Therapy
The course will provide an introduction into the emerging field of Experiential Dynamic Therapy given by Dr. Mark Vail and Lindsay Chipman, MA. Rooted in a psychodynamic understanding of the human mind, EDT is clinically different from traditional psychodynamic psychotherapy in that it employs an integrative model that synthesizes multiple theoretical perspectives (clinicians drawn to emotion-focused, mindfulness-based, somatic, and attachment-oriented treatment modalities will be particularly enriched by the theory of technique and interventions covered in this course). This translates into…Find out more »
Introduction to Affect Phobia Our Patient's, Our Own, Our Work with Clients Spend an enlightening one or two days with renowned Affect Phobia teacher, researcher, and master practitioner, Harvard Medical School’s Kristin Osborn, Director of the Short Term Dynamic Psychotherapy Research Program. We will examine the powerful influences of affect in the lives of our patients AND ourselves, and focus on the critical interplay between the two, including how working with emotion profoundly impacts the therapist and the therapeutic alliance.…Find out more »