Interpersonal Psychotherapy (IPT), an effective, time-limited psychotherapy, is in international consensus depression treatment guidelines. It focuses on relationships and clinically salient interpersonal stressors of grief, social role transitions, role disputes and social deficits that can trigger and perpetuate distressing symptoms.
Register now and start planning your pre-conference workshops,conference symposia, mini-workshops and oral sessions!
Expand your therapeutic repertoire, participate in workshops, and hear about new research and clinical applications from a diverse group of speakers from Canada, the United States, Europe and beyond.
Workshops for supervisors’ and those new to IPT – for application with patients with depression (children, adolescents, perinatal and adults), bipolar disorder and PTSD.
Learn to integrate IPT with motivational interviewing or mentalizing based treatment.
Presentations by IPT leading clinical researchers Myrna Weissman, Ellen Frank, Lena Verdeli, Laura Mufson, John Markowitz, Holly Swartz, Nancy Grote and Denise Wilfley along with invited presenters Laurence Kirmayer, Jon Hunter and Dawit Wondimagegn.
Take advantage of early bird pricing by registering before April 28th and visit the conference website for more information.