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iCAPP Program Open House
March 14, 2020 @ 10:00 am - 12:00 pm— Free
The Seattle Psychoanalytic Society and Institute invites you to learn about our unique new two-year psychoanalytic psychotherapy program: the integrated Child and Adult Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy (iCAPP) Program.
Our Open House will be held via Zoom teleconference
As a way to reduce the spread of the novel coronavirus that causes COVID-19, SPSI has temporarily moved to teleconferencing for classes and meetings, and we are going to use Zoom for this open house. The Zoom client is free software, and runs on desktop and laptop computers, smartphones, and tablets. Instructions on how to use Zoom are included below.
About the Open House
Our mission is to offer training in psychoanalytic psychotherapy theory and technique for clinicians from a variety of backgrounds and clinical settings. The iCAPP Program endeavors to foster students’ deepening understanding of their work and encourages them to apply their new skills across a range of practice settings with diverse client populations.
The two-track program integrates child and adult psychotherapy training with a focus on theory, technique, human development, and clinical process. Students will attend case conferences and classes specifically for either the child or adult track, as well as integrated classes.
Our open house will feature a panel of graduate and current psychotherapy program students who will discuss the impact of their training experience on their practice. That will be followed by a question and answer period,.
You do not need to RSVP for the Open House, but we encourage you to do so if you’re interested in the iCAPP Program and would like to receive updates about the program.
iCAPP Program Curriculum
We have developed a draft of the curriculum for the 2020-21 and 2021-22 academic years. Feel free to download a copy and familiarize yourself with it, and we will be happy to answer any questions you may have.
Setting up Zoom
The easiest way to get your device ready to use Zoom is to join a test meeting, which will start the setup process. When you join the meeting, you will be prompted to install the Zoom software or app on your device. This process is done only once, and after it’s installed you will be able to join meetings easily.
After the software is installed, you will likely be asked for permission for Zoom to access your microphone and camera while it’s running, and you will have an opportunity to test your audio and video.
To get started, join a test meeting here:
Our administrator, Zan, may be able to provide technical assistance if you are having trouble using Zoom. Please email any questions or concerns to him at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Attending the Open House Zoom meeting
Click the Click to Join via Zoom button at the top of this page to join the meeting.
If you need to join by phone, dial (646) 558-8656, and use Meeting ID 746 673 064.
If you have problems connecting to the Open House, call Diane Zerbe at (206) 660-0286.