Upcoming Courses & Events
This course explores working relationally in psychodynamic supervision, a clinical supervision model based on relational psychoanalytic thinking. This model puts the supervisory relationship at the center of the process. A video of actual supervision conducted by the instructor will be viewed and analyzed, and vignettes from her recent book, related work, and other published material will be discussed.
This workshop will identify and describe three psychological types of school shooters: traumatized, psychotic, and psychopathic. Each will be illustrated through a case history. The workshop will then present an overview of threat assessment, discussing the concepts of “leakage,” “attack-related behavior,” and “evidence of imminence,” along with examples of warning signs from actual school shootings.
This course introduces ideas and concepts at the center of the Group Analytic (GA) approach. Developed by S.H. Foulkes, GA is an established model for group therapy used in many countries around the world that focuses on relationships and interactions between group members.
The NCSPP Board invites current and recently graduated students and early-career clinicians with up to two years licensure to submit original papers to be considered for the NCSPP Annual Writing Award. This award offers graduate students and new clinicians who have not published the opportunity to publish in the NCSPP journal, fort da, and present the winning paper at an NCSPP Scientific Meeting with invited discussants. Also, NCSPP will award the winning author $250.
Who Is NCSPP?
Hoa My Nguyen, LCSW
Hoa My Nguyen, LCSW (she/they) is a dedicated psychotherapist whose career is guided by her unwavering commitment to empathy, compassion, and inclusivity. She is located in the Bay Area, CA, and is fluent in both English and Vietnamese.