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Annual Conference – The Efficacy of Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy: A Lecture and Clinical Workshop. Keynote Speaker: Jonathan Shedler, Ph.D.

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REGISTER HERE: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/167919326225 WCSPP Annual Conference THE EFFICACY OF PSYCHOANALYTIC PSYCHOTHERAPY: A LECTURE AND CLINICAL WORKSHOP 4 CE CREDITS AVAILABLE Keynote speaker: Jonathan Shedler, PhD Moderated by: John Turtz, PhD Dr. Shedler will conduct live supervision sessions with Melissa Capozzi, LCSW and Matthew Korner, PsyD Overview Psychodynamic therapy is an evidence-based treatment. In the first […]

$85 – $115

Talking About Money: Challenges For The Clinician

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Talking About Money: Challenges For The Clinician With Heidi Knoll, LCSW 2 CE available Do you find yourself feeling uncomfortable or avoiding talking with your clients about fees, e.g. dealing with reactions to your fee, awkward discussions related to reduced fees or addressing an unpaid bill? This Dialogues in Clinical Moments 2-session seminar will address these challenges. Psychodynamic principles will be explores to advance your understanding of how […]

$40.00

Reclaiming Pleasure: A Clinical Imperative for Sexual Healing and Passionate Living

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(Sign up using link at bottom of page) The word “survivor” has emerged strongly within our cultural lexicon due to more forward-facing, high-profile cases of sexual perpetration, thus establishing a social declaration for sexual healing and empowerment. We can no longer avoid hard truths—sexual abuse, assault, harassment and rape happen to one out of every six […]

$45

Book Club: The Diversity Committee presents: Clint Smith’s, “How the World is Passed; A Reckoning of the History of Slavery Across America,” an intergenerational story of how slavery has shaped our nation’s collective history as well as our own.

(MEMBERS ONLY) Book Club: The Diversity Committee presents: Clint Smith’s, “How the World is Passed; A Reckoning of the History of Slavery Across America,” an intergenerational story of how slavery has shaped our nation’s collective history as well as our own.