The International Psychotherapy Institute presents national certificate training programs that bring mental health professionals and faculty together to study with international contributors at the leading edge of the field, such as Otto Kernberg, Christopher Bollas, Peter Fonagy, David Bell, Ted Jacobs, Glen Gabbard and Jill and David Scharff. IPI offers quality programming in a variety of formats - short courses, multi-year training programs in theory and technique, and advanced clinical training - all with continuing education credit.
Application Procedure and Fees
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Upon receipt of registration we will send applicants confirmation of registration, program schedules, specific objectives, reading lists and any advance readings and hotel information that we are providing.
IPI reserves the right to cancel conferences or programs in the case of insufficient registration or other unforeseeable circumstance. In the event of cancellation, registrants will be notified and all fees refunded in full.
IPI accepts no further liability to students, faculty or guest speakers.
Continuing Education Credit
IPI also offers community-based training modules through its chapters or affiliate programs in Burlington, VT; Charlottesville, VA; Chevy Chase, MD/Washington, DC; Denver, CO; Indianapolis, IN; Kalamazoo, MI; Long Island and Manhattan, NY; New Orleans, LA; Omaha, NE; Panama City, Panama; Philadelphia, PA; Pittsburgh, PA; Richmond, VA; Salt Lake City, UT; Tampa, FL; and Williamsburg, VA.
Selection of Applicants
We recruit a diverse body of participants at various levels of experience, from all mental health disciplines. Participants in the Clinical Application Program must be licensed or practice-eligible.
The International Psychotherapy Institute does not discriminate against applicants for training, or against the analysands they subsequently treat, or analysts being considered as supervisors and/or treating analysts on the basis of race, color, ethnicity, nationality, religion, age, gender, sexual preference, or physical handicap.