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We invite you to attend our LIVE PROGRAMS - In-Person (on hold) and Live Webinars. ON DEMAND Recorded Webinars and Reading Programs are coming soon.

We are a non-profit organization that sponsors Professional Development Programs for mental health professionals suitable to all stages of clinical training. Psychologists, social workers, and professional counselors can earn Continuing Education credits while expanding and refining their clinical expertise and skills. We are a Licensed Continuing Education Sponsor of the Illinois Department of Financial and Professional Regulation.

We also offer Public Lectures on contemporary issues in diverse fields, including early child development, education, parenting, child welfare, self-help, business, and social decision making.

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2022 Professional Development Programs

LIVE Programs

We will be marking our 20th Anniversary
with the launch of new initiative.

Martha Heineman Pieper, Ph.D. Seminar Series

Intrapsychic Humanism
Core Concepts and Clinical Applications Seminar


We are beginning a series of seminars that will meet for an hour a month for four months. The seminars will be led by highly experienced clinicians who will combine informal presentation with discussion formats, including some clinical applications, to facilitate learning the core concepts of Intrapsychic Humanism.

Fall 2022 Seminar

Essential Human Nature:  How the Quality of Intrapsychic Caregiving Determines Both Healthy Development and Psychopathology

 
Marian Sharkey, Ph.D.

Virtual, Wednesdays October 5, November 2, December 7, January 4, 10:30 – 11:30 am
4 CEs for Psychologists, Social Workers, and Professional Counselors

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On Demand Reading Program

Available this Fall

Pieper, Martha Heineman (1999). The privilege of being a therapist: A fresh perspective from intrapsychic humanism on caregiving intimacy and the development of the professional self. Families in Society, 80, 479-487.
1 CE for Psychologists, Social Workers, and Professional Counselors

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