The ICP+P Saturday morning case presentation series sponsored by the Contemporary Approaches to Psychodynamic Psychotherapy program (formerly the Psychotherapy Training Program ) begins in January. Come join us for coffee, donuts and an informal, lively conversation.
When : January 18, , February 15, March 15, and April 19, 2014.
A four session commitment while encouraged, is not required.
Where : ICP+P office
4601 Connecticut Ave, NW, Suite 8 (use the entrance on the Brandywine St.) Washington, DC 20008
Who is invited: Anyone interested in a first hand experience of the kind of
thinking and clinical work taught in the Contemporary Approaches
to Psychodynamic Psychotherapy program.
Reservations: To make a reservation, please email Pat Petrash, MSW at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 202 244-2171.
On January 18, Roger Segalla, PhD. will discuss a his work with a 29 year old man who relinquished his authentic sense of self in an effort to survive his childhood and adolescence. This case will illustrate the psychological impact of the patient’s controlling and emotionally punishing mother and his absent, passive father. Dr. Segalla will elucidate the challenging process of unwinding the resultant Gordian knot using self psychological and relational perspectives.