Cincinnati Psychoanalytic Institute
This event addresses: Child & Adolescent Psychotherapy
The goal of the Child and Adolescent Psychotherapy Program (CAPP) is to provide participants with exposure to concepts that inform psychodynamic therapy with children and adolescents. The program includes an in-depth exposure to concepts from psychoanalytic understandings of development and psychopathology as they apply to children and adolescents. Psychodynamic principles and techniques are applicable in a variety of clinical settings, including clinics, agencies, hospitals, and private practice. The program provides a solid grounding in psychoanalytic principles while being attentive to the realities of clinical practice in the current mental health environment. The challenges and practicalities of providing in-depth treatment are discussed throughout the curriculum.
CAPP offers practitioners the opportunity to deepen and broaden skills in
• Individual psychodynamic psychotherapy with children and adolescents,
• Clinical assessment, and
• Parent work
This two year program includes two weekly courses (Friday afternoons)—one didactic course and one clinical conference. In order to obtain the maximal benefit, it is recommended that participants enroll in all four semesters of the program sequentially, along with weekly case consultation provided at a discounted rate of $60 per hour. Successful completion of the two-year program leads to a certificate of completion. However, it is also possible to participate for one or several semesters without committing to the two-year sequence.
This course is via ZOOM only – Distance learners are welcome to apply.
The tuition is $1,900 per year.
For questions about the Child & Adolescent Psychotherapy Program, contact:
Brett Clarke, MSW, mailto:[email protected], (513) 961-8830
Sydney Anderson, PhD, mailto:[email protected], (812) 331-2800