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The PCC will sponsor Circle of Security Parenting facilitator training in Cary, North Carolina from March 12 through 15, 2019. This program gives participants the practical tools to demonstrate and transmit the heart of attachment theory to parents of young children. For more information and to register, visit the Circle of Security International. Scholarships are available from the PCC for staff and volunteers of North Carolina non-profit organization, including faith communities, that serve disadvantaged families. 

To learn more, watch the delightful video below and read our webpage about Circle of Security Parenting facilitator training.

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Upcoming Events & Continuing Education (CE)

 Saturday, December 15, 2018
The Sudden End of Your Psychotherapy Practice: Ethical and Practical Considerations

Presenters: Ernest Braasch, MD
and Heather Craige, MSW

The end will come one day for each of us. Planning for the possibility of a sudden illness or death while actively in practice is essential. Planning protects your patients and family, while it prepares you to make a thoughtful and orderly transition out of practice. 

This program will cover three areas: examples of planned versus chaotic ways of terminating a psychotherapy practice, practical guidance on preparing a professional will, and an introduction to PCC's new Colleague Assistance Program. This program provides 2 hours of CE/CME credits in ethics.

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 Spring 2019 Courses

Analytic Approach to Treatment, Part 2
(formerly Analytic Attitude) (205)
Transforming Destructiveness: Psychodynamic Psychotherapy for the Difficult-to-Treat Patient (301)

 

Advanced Courses


Defenses and Unconscious Fantasy (404)
Adult Case Conference (501)
Acting Out and Enactments (405)
Developmental Crises, Part 4 (307)
 Child Integrated Seminar 2018-19

Training Programs Application Deadline:
March 1

Application deadline is March 1 for Fall 2019 admission to the Training Programs in Psychoanalysis (PsaT) and Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy (PPT).  Unified Admissions Process - Students who are accepted into the training programs may pursue training in psychoanalytic psychotherapy and/or psychoanalysis.  Students chose their training program(s) after they are accepted and may begin coursework before making their choice.

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