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Individual Courses are General $75 and Student $45. Create your own series of 4 or more for $50 per course.

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Upcoming conferences

WHEN SECRETS EMERGE IN PSYCHOTHERAPY: NEW PERSPECTIVES ON THE BODY, SOMATIC COUNTERTRANSFERENCE AND SELF-CARE IN THE TREATMENT OF EATING DISORDERS

January 29th, 2022 , 9 – 1:15pm, Newport Psychoanalytic Institute

Presenter: Kathryn J. Zerbe, MD, FABP, FAED, is Training and Supervising Analyst, Oregon Psychoanalytic Institute and Clinical Professor of Psychiatry, Oregon Health Sciences University.

The body-mind relationship is receiving new attention in psychodynamic clinical work in the 21st century. In this presentation we will focus on the treatment of eating disorder patients as a key example of how the clinician addresses both the body and the mind in therapy. The countertransference impact on the therapist of treating a group of patients who keep secrets and the role this plays in the development of somatic (body) countertransference therapist will be demonstrated in clinical case examples. Emphasis will be placed on the therapist’s self-care and resilience when working with challenging and often refractory patients.

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Social Psychoanalysis and an Ethic of Repair

Presenters: Dr. Lynne Layton, Dr. Medria Connolly, and Dr. Bryan Nichols

March 5th, 2022, 9-4pm, Newport Psychoanalytic Institute

The program begins with a talk on what a social psychoanalysis might look like in the clinic and draws on some earlier psychoanalysts’ concepts that have connected the social world and the psychic world without reducing one to the other. Exploring identity formation in cultural contexts and within various power hierarchies, Dr. Layton introduces the concept of normative unconscious processes, a concept connecting the psychic and the social that specifically addresses the ways that racism, heterosexism, classism and other social inequalities are unconsciously enacted in the clinic and culture. We will then explore how therapists can resist unconsciously replicating such cultural inequalities.

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Psychoanalytic Training Program

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Our Psychoanalytic Training Program takes place over a minimum of five years through the threefold process long established in psychoanalysis: Didactic Seminars, Personal Psychoanalysis, and Supervised Clinical Work, resulting in Certification as a Psychoanalyst.

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Training Programs at NPI

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Newport Psychoanalytic Institute is proud to present programs that enhance clinical practice.  NPI welcomes both early-career clinicians who wish to pursue an in-depth introduction to psychoanalytic psychotherapy, as well as more experienced clinicians seeking to deepen their clinical understanding of fundamental principles and to expand their exposure to psychoanalytic theory and technique.

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NPI CONFERENCES

In the thirty-plus years since the founding of Newport Psychoanalytic Institute, we have been honored to have many of the most well known and inspiring speakers at our yearly conferences. Past presenters have included Christopher Bollas, James Grotstein, Philip Bromberg, Fred Busch, Robert Stolorow, Salman Akhtar, Avner Bergstein, Fred Pine, Steve Kuchuck, Peter Goldberg, Nancy McWilliams, Martha Stark and many more. Each year our events committee works to bring the very best experience to our members, students, and community. This year we are very pleased to host Mark Solms, Kathryn Zerbe and Lynne Layton as our featured conference presenters.

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