Psychodynamic psychotherapy is an evidence-based treatment that emerged from the psychoanalytic scholarship, which began with Sigmund Freud. While most textbooks on psychotherapy mention Freud, they do not include the evolution of psychodynamic thought and this can lead interested clinicians to think that they cannot implement psychodynamic interventions in their practice.  Nicholas Schollars, Psy.D. will present 5 myths about psychodynamic psychotherapy, and 5 ways psychodynamic therapy can be implemented in a modern healthcare system. 

Everyone who registers will be emailed the recording and presentation slides within one week following the event.

Register here to attend for free, without CE credit [non-CEU].

Register here to receive live CE credit for $40 [CEU].*

*All net profits will support pro bono and sliding scale services at UCEBT.

Date: Friday, March 3, 2023
Time: 10:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. MST
Location: Virtual, via Zoom
Cost: $40.00* for Live CE credit or FREE to attend without CE credit
CE: 2.0 CE credit hours pending approval by UPA, NASW-UT, UAMFT, and UMHCA.

Home-Study Option: If you want to receive asynchronous CE credit for this event, register for the free, [non-CEU] version of this title. Then, within 2 weeks following the event, we'll email you the information for purchasing the home-study version of this presentation for only $20.

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