Upcoming Courses & Events
NCSPP members are invited to celebrate the end of another wonderful year of programs, classes, and events by attending our Annual Holiday Party. Get a chance to mingle with new and old NCSPP friends and toast with us in style. Wine and hors d'oeuvres will be served.
We send an especially warm welcome to our advanced practice clinicians. As analytic therapists of all generations gather together in celebration, this event can help remind each other of our commitment to growth, vitality, and thought.
This event will consider how analytic practice can be affected by thinking about infants and children, asking how (and whether) we can talk about babies and patients in the same breath. Video illustrations will be included, and case material will be considered. The presentation will bring together what remains vital in the classical psychoanalytic traditions with the emerging Intersubjectivist-Relational sensibility, including new findings in the areas of attachment, infant-parent interaction research, developmental neuroscience, trauma, and the like.
Psychoanalytic psychology both pathologizes and remains open-minded about the uses of technology. Patients’ use of technology as a form of communication in their worlds — as well as a way of showing/telling the therapist aspects of their lives — is now commonplace as technology rapidly continues to impact society and therapeutic spaces. This course will reconsider theory and technique regarding the analytic frame in a technologically saturated world.
NCSPP’s Pre-licensed Clinicians Committee invites you to the 22nd in a series of conversations with senior clinicians in the field of depth psychology. Join your colleagues for a stimulating evening of food, wine, and conversation with clinical psychologist, Mahima Muralidharan, who will discuss professional development and her work as an organizational consultant using a psychoanalytic and sociocultural framework.