Upcoming Courses & Events
Due to concerns and uncertainty about the Coronavirus and out of an abundance of caution, NCSPP has made the decision to temporarily discontinue all in-person gatherings for our courses, effective immediately. We will instead be exploring feasible digital means of continuing our current and scheduled programming where and when possible. Current participants and registrants for upcoming courses and events will be contacted by NCSPP with further information and options regarding their course or event of interest. We will reassess this decision and communicate our next steps on April 15th, 2020.
We will continue to make decisions about our programs at appropriate times and with the health and well-being of participants in our minds, as well as with the guidance and any restrictions potentially put in place by state and local health officials.
NCSPP’s Pre-licensed Clinicians Committee invites you to the 23rd 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 Drs. Lani Chow, Greg Clinton, Mahima Muralidharan, Regina Shields, and Diane Swirsky about the intentionally psychoanalytic and racially diverse consultation group they have formed. We will talk about the structure of their group and how it has enriched their clinical theory, conceptualization, and practices.
We are bombarded today by celebratory discourses of multiculturalism and diversity in the face of intensifying racial discord and violence. In our so-called colorblind age, we lack sufficient critical resources to analyze the social and psychic conditions that give rise to such contradictions. Equally important, we have few conceptual frameworks to understand their social and psychic effects on Asian Americans. This course will explore these various topics.
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I'd like to invite you to make a generous contribution to NCSPP's annual scholarship drive to ensure that we create meaningful and real access to our events, our courses, and our community.
The NCSPP Board invites current and recently graduated students and early-career clinicians with up to two years licensure to submit original papers to be considered for the NCSPP Annual Writing Award. This award offers graduate students and new clinicians who have not published the opportunity to publish in the NCSPP journal, fort da, and present the winning paper at an NCSPP Scientific Meeting with invited discussants. Also, NCSPP will award the winning author $250.