ICP Holiday Party December 9th, 2017 7:00PM-10:00PM Please join us for our annual Holiday Party! The event will take place at the home of Gil Spielberg 800 S. Beverly Glen Los Angeles, CA 90025 Cost to attend is $25 per person. This event is a pot-luck. Please bring hors d’oeuvres for approximately 20 […]
ETHICS AND BOUNDARY DILEMMAS Academic year 2017 – 2018 Instructors: Sylvia Jones, PhD., Psy.D. Sherry Shirk Hoffman, MSW., Psy.D. Course Description: Questions regarding ethics and boundary violations by psychoanalysts emerged early in the history of clinical practice. Since that time a considerable body of literature has developed dealing with theoretical and […]
“Abstinence ONLY! Well, maybe not….” Psychoanalytic Harm Reduction Psychotherapy April 23rd, 2017 1:00PM- 4:30PM 3 CE/CME hours available Event will be at 10780 Santa Monica Blvd., Suite 350 Los Angeles, CA 90025 Presented by D. Bradley Jones, Psy.D, LCSW Discussant: Dr. Leonard Bearne Join Dr. D. Bradley Jones for a cross disciplinary discussion on […]
MOC Presents “Our Multiplicity of Lives, Theories and Attitudes: Commensurability and Incommensurability In Psychoanalysis” Saturday, February 25, 2017 1:00 PM – 4:30 PM Registration & light lunch at 12:30 PM 3 CE/CME hours available Can the multiplicity of theoretical and personal “scientific paradigms” within contemporary psychoanalysis, as well as the attitudes they foster —on the level […]
The Institute of Contemporary Psychoanalysis would like to invite you to our annual holiday party! December 10th, 2016 Holiday party will be held at Traxx Resturant Union Station 800 N. Alameda St. #122 Los Angeles, CA 90012 7:00PM- 10:00PM $70 Per person To pay online click the button below: Food will be served family […]
The person with understanding does not know and judge as one who stands apart and unaffected; but rather, as one united by a specific bond with the other, he thinks with the other and undergoes the situation with him. (Gadamer, 1975, p. 288) Traditional notions of therapeutic empathy have been pervaded by the Cartesian doctrine […]
Carrie Tyia Grange Isaacson, a first year candidate at ICP, talks to San Diego Fox News about colicky babies. Grange Isaacson is interested in the impact colic can have on families long after the crying stops. In this interview she underscores the importance of caregiver self care and discusses some new research linking colic […]
Welcome to the ICP Blog We have a talented group of people here at ICP with many types of expertise and a variety of points of view… here are some interesting musings and pieces of advice from them. Some have been posted on various blogs and/or newspapers, and some have just been created for you!