The Psychology of ADHD: Treatment Implications

OPQ Accredited RE02318-17 (6 hrs) ADHD is a neurological condition, but it has significant psychological effects on how a person sees himself or herself, addresses challenges, and interacts with others. While standard therapy techniques can be beneficial, therapists who better understand the many effects of ADHD on a person’s life and mindset will be much

Individual Psychodynamic Training Program – Year I

*All classes are held on Wednesday evenings from 5:30pm to 7:30pm at the Argyle Institute of Human Relations Fall Semester- 2018 Module 1: Basic Principles of Psychodynamic Psychotherapy: Assessment OPQ Recognition # RP02198-17 (12 hrs) Course Dates: September 13, 20, 27 October 4, 11, 18 MORE INFORMATION – CLICK HERE Module 2: Introduction to Basic

Systemic Models (Recognized by the OPQ for the psychotherapy permit)

Course description This course presents the most pertinent Systemic models based. For each model, the instructor discusses with the students its theoretical underpinnings, the meaning of the symptom, goals of therapy, assessment and intervention strategies, and the role of the therapist in the therapist-client relationship. Clinical examples are provided to illustrate the link between theory