Ron Frey and Cindy Stulberg are psychologists who are the founders of Canada’s only institute dedicated exclusively to teaching, supervising and providing certification in interpersonal psychotherapy. Since 2001, they have trained more than 1000 clinicians in this powerful therapeutic model, in Canada, the US and Europe.
Cindy has been practicing for over 40 years and is an internationally respected psychologist and educator. She helped develop a hospital-based program that has become best practice in Ontario, was consulted in the writing of the go-to book on IPT and groups, and helped conduct research comparing the efficacy of IPT and CBT for group treatment of adolescents with eating disorders.
2-Day Interpersonal Psychotherapy Training
Speakers: Ron Frey and Cindy Stulberg
Interpersonal psychotherapy (IPT) is a highly collaborative model that posits that by developing good, meaningful, constructive relationships, you will reduce depressive symptoms. IPT is recommended as a first line of treatment in depression guidelines in Canada, the USA, UK and many countries around the world. The model has also been adapted for clients experiencing PTSD – without exposure, Eating Disorders, depression concurrent with medical illnesses, etc.
This workshop will provide a thorough training of IPT, using video case examples, practice of IPT strategies with feedback from instructors, and personal clinical case examples. This session will provide attendees with the ability to implement IPT practices with various client populations.
At the end of the two-day workshop, attendees can proceed to become certified IPT therapists.
- Identify the theoretical underpinnings of IPT
- Identify the tasks for the beginning, middle and termination phases of IPT
- Identify the adaptations for providing IPT for a wide variety of psychological disorders
- Have the ability to proceed and become certified IPT therapist