Contemporary Approaches to Psychodynamic Psychotherapy (CAPP) program
invites you to a
Case Presentation and Open House
What: An informal case presentation and discussion featuring Sophia Coundenhove-Kalergi, MSW, LGSW.
*Sophia is a recent graduate of ICP+P’s Psychotherapy Training Program and she will discuss her paper “Tolerating Disappointment in Therapy and Life.” The paper poignantly illustrates the impact of disappointments in the personal life of the therapist, especially as they influence her clinical work.
Date and Time: Tuesday, April 8, 2014 at 7:30pm
Place: ICP+P Office – 4601 Connecticut Ave, NW, Suite 8, Washington, DC *use the Brandywine Street entrance
Who: Anyone interested in the clinical application of Self and Relational perspectives as in the CAPP program and anyone considering application to the CAPP program. Janna Sandmeyer (Chair) and Lauren Brandt (Co-Chair) will be available to answer questions about the CAPP program.
RSVP to: Lauren Brandt at firstname.lastname@example.org or 703-533-0380
Janna Sandmeyer, Chair and Lauren Brandt, Co-Chair, will provide information and answer questions about ICP+P’s CAPP program. This is an excellent opportunity for anyone interested in the clinical application of Self and Relational perspectives and those who are interested in learning more about the CAPP program.
The CAPP program is ICP+P’s new, 2-year training program, specifically focused on the values, attitudes and listening perspectives of clinicians who operate from Self Psychological and Relational orientations. Self-reflection, personal growth and the capacity for critical thinking are the building blocks of the CAPP program. CAPP, embedded in the facilitating environment of the ICP+P community, is designed to provide a training experience that captures the excitement, creativity, and diversity fundamental to these perspectives.