Revealing Intergenerational Patterns and Unconscious Messages
A Presentation by: Patricia Pitta PhD, ABPP
Author of Solving Modern Family Dilemmas: An Assimilative Therapy Model
1-2 pm Registration and Lunch
2-5 pm Presentation
Do you want to learn how to conceptualize couple cases using integrative thinking? Dr. Pitta will teach the attendees how to integrate theories, interventions, context and common factors to create a therapy that helps couples meet their goals and heal their dilemmas.
Dr. Pitta will offer didactic as well as video presentations of how to conceptualize treatment over time. She will also give attendees the opportunity to look inside their own families by the creation of their personal genogram to look at intergenerational patterns and themes that keep getting repeated.
Online registration has closed for this event. Onsite registration will be available.
$45 Clinical Division members
$25 ECP Division members (includes 2016 Clinical Division Membership if desired)
$70 Other NYSPA members (includes 2016 Clinical Division Membership if desired)
$80 Non-NYSPA Members
$35 Non-NYSPA Students
FREE NYSPA Student Members
3 CE credits are available for psychologists: $10 NYSPA Members; $20 Non-members
Cosponsored by: NYSPA Division of Psychoanalysis, NYSPA Division of Women’s Issues, NYSPA Early Career Psychologists Division, NYSPA Independent Practice Division, St. John’s University Department of Professional Development and Continuing Education, Fordham University School of Social Work
Inexpensive parking ($14) available on 58th Street between 1st and 2nd Avenues