IPSS ONE-YEAR INTERNATIONAL DISTANCE LEARNING PROGRAM
2023-2024 September to June
Classes on Mondays 10-11:30am EST
September 11, 2023 at 10-10:30am EDT:
Welcome Meeting with Amy Joelson, LCSW
Sept 18; Oct 2, 16, 2023:
Heather Ferguson, LCSW: Self Psychology through an Intersubjective Lens/ Clinical Case Seminar
Oct 30; Nov 13, 20:
Arthur A. Gray, PhD: Psychoanalytic Process – Narcissism, Subjectivity, and Therapeutic Action / Clinical Case Seminar
November 5: Please note Daylight Savings Time ends in the U.S.
Dec 4, 11, 18, 2023:
Peter Lessem, PhD: The Intersubjective Visions of Atwood, Brandchaft, and Stolorow/ A Clinical Case Seminar
Jan 8, 22, 29, 2024:
Jackie Gotthold, PhD: Infant Research and Adult Treatment/Clinical Case Seminar
Feb 5, 12, Mar 4, 2024:
Judith Rustin, LCSW: Beyond the Words: The Implicit Dimension of Psychoanalytic Treatment / Clinical Case Seminar
March 10: Please note Daylight Savings Time starts in the U.S.
Mar 18, 25, April 8:
Amy Joelson, LCSW: Complexity in Development: Theory & Practice
April 15, 29, May 6:
Ruth Burtman, PhD: On Dreams and Therapeutic Action/ Clinical Case Seminar
May 20, June 3, 10:
Peter Kaufmann, PhD: Comparative Intersubjectivity: Bridging Self and Relational Theories/ Clinical Case Seminar
IPSS has been providing distance learning programs for experienced clinicians since 2012. This one-year sequence of 24 classes is conducted live online via Zoom. Classes combine theory—with a focus on contemporary self psychology, infant research and intersubjective systems theory—with clinical case material. Cohorts are capped at 9 students to facilitate an engaging experience for each participant. Case presentations are encouraged in all classes. Students may present their supervisory and teaching situations as well as clinical. The tuition for the year is $1,800.
Please note, the IPSS Distance Learning Program provides instruction and consultation about the clinical process but does not provide supervision itself.