“The Persistent Impact of Stereotypes about Women” with Cecile Bassen, MD (SPSI Scientific Session)

Online via Zoom

Click here to read Dr. Bassen's paper. Dr. Bassen will explore the psychological impact of cultural biases and beliefs on women. Common stereotypes about women have a persistent and insidious impact. Many women struggle with their own internalized expectations in addition to others’ expectations and biases - even when they consciously disavow gender stereotypes. Women

Speaking About Race: The unconscious roots of structural racism and becoming anti-racist

Online via Zoom

SPSI is pleased to announce that on January 23, 2021, from 9am-12:30pm, our institute will co-sponsor—along with NPSI, COR and The Alliance—a presentation entitled “Speaking About Race: The unconscious roots of structural racism and becoming anti-racist,” with Zachary Green, PhD. Integrating ideas from Melanie Klein’s conceptualization of primitive splitting, Wilfred Bion’s work with groups, and Frantz

SPSI Town Hall Meeting

Online via Zoom

Since June, SPSI has held 8 Town Halls focused on racism. We have used this space to reflect together about how racism has affected us inside and outside of SPSI. We have wondered together about what we disavow, dissociate and avoid that disrupts our efforts to be a truly inclusive, equitable multiracial community. We have

SPSI Town Hall Meeting

Online via Zoom

Since June, SPSI has held 8 Town Halls focused on racism. We have used this space to reflect together about how racism has affected us inside and outside of SPSI. We have wondered together about what we disavow, dissociate and avoid that disrupts our efforts to be a truly inclusive, equitable multiracial community. We have

Cara Alexander, MD (SPSI Scientific Session)

Online via Zoom

SPSI Scientific Session Presented by Cara Alexander, MD Details to come. 1.5 hours Category II CME. This presentation meets the requirements of WAC 246-924-240 (Definition of Category of Creditable CPE). “This program has been approved for 1.5 CEUs by the NASW Washington State Chapter.” Licensed Social Workers, Marriage and Family Therapists and Mental Health Counselors

SPSI Town Hall Meeting

Online via Zoom

Since June, SPSI has held 8 Town Halls focused on racism. We have used this space to reflect together about how racism has affected us inside and outside of SPSI. We have wondered together about what we disavow, dissociate and avoid that disrupts our efforts to be a truly inclusive, equitable multiracial community. We have

Píyale Cömert, PhD (SPSI Scientific Session)

Online via Zoom

SPSI Scientific Session Presented by Píyale Cömert, PhD Details to come. 1.5 hours Category II CME. This presentation meets the requirements of WAC 246-924-240 (Definition of Category of Creditable CPE). “This program has been approved for 1.5 CEUs by the NASW Washington State Chapter.” Licensed Social Workers, Marriage and Family Therapists and Mental Health Counselors

SPSI Town Hall Meeting

Online via Zoom

Since June, SPSI has held 8 Town Halls focused on racism. We have used this space to reflect together about how racism has affected us inside and outside of SPSI. We have wondered together about what we disavow, dissociate and avoid that disrupts our efforts to be a truly inclusive, equitable multiracial community. We have

Ronald Levin, MD (SPSI Scientific Session)

Online via Zoom

SPSI Scientific Session Presented by Ronald Levin, MD Details to come. 1.5 hours Category II CME. This presentation meets the requirements of WAC 246-924-240 (Definition of Category of Creditable CPE). “This program has been approved for 1.5 CEUs by the NASW Washington State Chapter.” Licensed Social Workers, Marriage and Family Therapists and Mental Health Counselors

SPSI Town Hall Meeting

Online via Zoom

Since June, SPSI has held 8 Town Halls focused on racism. We have used this space to reflect together about how racism has affected us inside and outside of SPSI. We have wondered together about what we disavow, dissociate and avoid that disrupts our efforts to be a truly inclusive, equitable multiracial community. We have