IASP is pleased to announce that Dr. Pat DeYoung will be the presenter at our Annual Conference to be held on Saturday, April 2, 2016.
Dr. DeYoung will present: Moments of Meeting and the Problem of Shame
For details and registration, please go to: IASP 2016 Conference
Register now: Rates increase on March 13, 2016.
The Institute for the Advancement of Self Psychology in Toronto offers training programs in psychoanalytic and psychotherapy and offers referral services.
The IASP training program emphasizes a broad range of contemporary psychoanalytic approaches to psychotherapy and psychoanalysis with an emphasis on Self Psychology and Intersubjectivity Theory. In addition to the theory and clinical skills of contemporary Self Psychology and Intersubjectivity Theory, our program includes a study of Relational Theory, Motivational Systems Theory, Non-linear Dynamic Systems Theory, Attachment Theory, Trauma Theory and theories growing out of Infant Research. The study of contemporary theories is grounded in our historical roots through a review of Classical Psychoanalytic Theory and Object Relations Theory. Students are exposed to a broad range of literature providing a solid perspective on the diversity of theoretical and clinical approaches in the psychoanalytic world of today.
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