Course Coordinator: Elizabeth Tuters
Seminar Leaders: Sally Doulis, Elizabeth Tuters
Monday, 9:00 am – 11:00 am: September 30, October 7, 21, 28, November 4, 11, 18, 25, December 2, 9, 2019; January 20, 27, February 3, 10, 24, March 2, 23, 30, April 6, 20, 27, May 4, 11, 25, June 1, 2020 (25 seminars)
Fees: $1400 (Registration closed. This course is fully subscribed.)
Preregistration is required.
** DISTANCE PARTICIPATION AVAILABLE
Requirements – Applicants must have a professional mental health qualification, such as psychology, psychiatry, psychotherapy, social work, nursing, and be a member of their respective regulating colleges. Applicants are required to submit a statement about their desire to take this course, and will be briefly interviewed for suitability for this specific course.
This seminar is held weekly for two hours, for 25 weeks. It is a co-teaching experience with both seminar leaders teaching simultaneously. It is based on learning from clinical experience, where the participants have an opportunity to directly observe early development of the child, and parental response, in order to become aware of the child’s capacities, personality development, emergence of psychopathology, and the parental strengths and characteristics which contribute to the possible psychopathology in the child. The treatment model is dynamic Infant-Parent Psychotherapy (IPP), which emphasizes early development within the context of relationships, (past and present) as well as the family and its culture.
The principles involved in IPP will be presented – how to assess, formulate and develop a treatment plan, using clinical case illustrations from participants, upon rotation. The focus will be on group discussion where the participants will be encouraged to think reflectively about the experience of the infant/child and family, and how this impacts them. The fulcrum will be on teaching observation skills, attachment theory and mentalization, involving psychoanalytic principles. (Individual consultations are available upon request).
Elizabeth Tuters, MSW, RSW, Dip. TCPP, FIPA
Elizabeth Tuters, MSW, RSW, Dip. TCPP, FIPA, Infant/Child/Adolescent/Adult Psychoanalyst in Private Practice; Co-director of Infant Mental Health Studies; Officer, Board of Directors; Canadian Association of Psychoanalytic Child Therapists, Faculty/Supervisor CICAPP, Faculty TPS&I.
Sally Doulis, MSW, RSW, Dip. TCPP
Sally Doulis, MSW, RSW, Dip. TCPP, Infant/Child/Adolescent/Adult Psychotherapist in private practice. Canadian Association of Psychoanalytic Child Therapists, Faculty/Supervisor CICAPP; Guest of the TPS.
The Overall Learning Objectives of the Extension Program
At the end of each course:
- Participants should have a clearer psychoanalytic perspective in their work with clients.
- Participants will have been guided to read current sources of psychoanalytic literature to understand the material in the course.
- Participants will be made more aware of different theoretical schools of psychoanalytic thinking and their application.
The Extension Courses are eligible for Section 1 CME credits (0.5 credits/hour).
Full-time students in universities and colleges, and mental-health trainees are eligible for a 25% reduction in course fees. Proof of 2019/2020 status needs to be provided. Please contact the tps&i directly to register at a discount. Refunds must be requested in writing two weeks prior to the beginning of a course. A handling fee of $30 will be retained. After these two weeks, fees cannot be returned.
** Distance Participation – Priority will be given to those outside Metro Toronto area.
For more information about and for registration in the tps&i Extension Programs, Scientific Meetings, Training Programs, Study and Supervision groups and Special Presentations, please visit our website: torontopsychoanalysis.com or email email@example.com