Training


The ICTP offers training plans ranging from introductory workshops on CBTp to comprehensive 7-month training.  The training programs are offered in collaboration with the International Society for Psychological and Social Approaches to Psychosis (ISPS).  The ICTP offers the following training plans:

        •    Training for individual Clinicians - in New York City
                   4 consecutive days of didactic training, followed by 30 hours of weekly phone
              supervision.

         Training for institutions - in the New York City vicinity
               8 weeks of didactic training at the institution, followed by 30 hours of weekly 
               phone supervision. A list of institutions previously trained is available here

          Training for institutions - National and International
                   This training may be adapted to individual institutions' needs and schedule, but 
               typically involve 4 days of didactic training offered consecutively or over 2 visits
               to the institution, followed by 30 hours of weekly phone supervision. A list of 
               institutions previously trained is available here

        •    Introductory Lectures / Grand Rounds

                   A 1.5-3 hour introductory workshop on CBTp (for either institution wide or
               residency training)

Trainees receive a certificate of completion at the end of the training.



CBTp Training for Individual Clinicians


Location

     
    Kimmel Center
    60 Washington Square South
    New York, New York

     (Directions to the Kimmel Center are available here)

This training consists of 4 consecutive full days of didactic training, followed by 30 hours of weekly phone/skype supervision in small groups.




Application Requirements

Applicants must meet the following requirements:
    •  Hold one of the following degrees:
            PhD or PsyD (clinical or counseling psychology), MD (in psychiatry), MSW,  
            LCSW, NP (Nurse Practitioner), OT (Occupational Therapist), and Activity 
            Therapist (AT).
    •  Be a licensed mental health professional. 
    •  Have familiarity with CBT theory and principles. 
    •  Actively treating or have access to treat clients with schizophrenia spectrum 
            disorders.     

Applicants are accepted on a rolling first-come, first-serve basis until the workshop is full.
We strongly encourage early applications for this program. 
For more information, please contact ICTP at info.ictp@gmail.com


Tuition

For information, please contact ICTP at info.ictp@gmail.com