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ICC Orientation and EMR Training

ICC Orientation and EMR Training–Sunday September 11 3-6 in the IPTAR conference room.  This is REQUIRED for all incoming therapists at the ICC–including the On-Site School Program

ICC Orientation and EMR Training2016-12-15T19:57:19-04:00

Friday Night Papers: Psychoanalysis in El Barrio


Friday Night Papers features a screening of

Psychoanalysis in El Barrio 

Friday May 13th

7:30PM – IPTAR Adult Psychoanalysis Program

Open House & Wine and Cheese Reception

8:00PM – Film Screening

IPTAR, 1651 3rd Avenue, New York, NY 10128

The Friday Night Papers series at IPTAR will feature a screening of Psychoanalysis in El Barrio, a film that details the excitement and challenges of clinical work with Hispanic patients who are affected by poverty. Winner of the PEP 2015 Video Grant, the film captures the complexities of working across issues related to culture, class, immigration, language, ethnicity and race. It challenges the not-uncommon notion that Hispanic patients affected by poverty can only benefit from therapies that rely on very concrete interventions. The documentary features renowned clinicians, including: Carlos Padrón (Venezuela); Christopher Christian (Puerto Rico); Daniel Jose Gaztambide (Puerto Rico); David Ramirez (Mexico); Ernesto Mujica (Cuba); Maria de Lourdes Mattei (Puerto Rico), Patricia Gherovici (Argentina); Rafael Art. Javier (Santo Domingo); Ricardo Ainslie (Mexico). The film was made possible by a generous grant from Psychoanalytic Electronic Publishing (PEP) with the support of the Institute for Psychoanalytic Training and Research (IPTAR).

* Brief Q&A after the film with Chris Christian and Carlos Padron.



Friday Night Papers: Psychoanalysis in El Barrio2016-12-15T19:57:19-04:00

Clinical Conundrums in Everyday Practice

Clinical Conundrums in Everyday Practice: Jeff O’Malley

Friday, March 18th – 2:00PM – 3:30PM

Open to the entire IPTAR community

CE Credits: 1.5

Teaching Method: Clinical presentation and discussion

Learning Objectives:

1. Through the presentation and discussion of clinical material attendees will learn how to identify a “clinical conundrum,” difficulty, or impasse that has developed in a treatment situation.

2. Attendees will have the opportunity to think together about the material and discuss how transference/countertransference dynamics, resistances, or other issues may be contributing to the impasse or conundrum.

3. Both the presenter and the group will have considered the problem in ways that lend ideas about clinical conundrums in general that would help to move treatments forward and to deepen understanding of clinical process.

4. The meeting will have helped attendees understand the nuances of crisis evaluation and the clinican’s responsibilities in ameliorating crises and to gain skills in assessment of a patient’s ability to tolerate” different levels of intervention and interpretation.
Jeff O’Malley, CSW: Advanced Candidate at IPTAR, Private Practice in New York City.

Laura Kleinerman, MS: Past Dean, Fellow and Faculty, IPTAR. Private Practice in New York City.
Social Workers: The Institute for Psychoanalytic Training and Research, Inc. (IPTAR) SW CPE is recognized by the New York State Education Department’s State Board for Social Work as an approved provider of continuing education for licensed social workers #0226. (1.5) CE credits will be granted to participants who have registered, have documented evidence of attendance of the entire program and have completed the on-line evaluation form. Upon completion of the evaluation form a Certificate of Completion will be emailed to all participants who comply with these requirements. CE Administrative Fee: $15.00

Clinical Conundrums in Everyday Practice2016-03-17T17:25:40-04:00

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