The Consortium for Psychoanalytic Research, Inc. (CPR) (www.cprincdc.org) is seeking a Jungian presenter for its 20th annual day-long conference in Washington, D.C., USA, on Sunday, 3 February 2013. A $500 honorarium is offered as well as monies to help defray all or a portion of travel costs and lodging.
Founded in 1993, CPR is a District of Columbia not-for-profit corporation representing a dozen Baltimore-Washington area organizations interested in building bridges between clinicians and clinically relevant research. We are dedicated to highlighting new research on psychoanalytic psychotherapies that characterize effective treatment.
Our conferences feature formal presentations by outstanding researchers, as well as didactic and interactive discussions and a workshop ("lab session") in which all participants have an opportunity to learn. Conferences provide Continuing Education credit for physicians, psychologists and social workers.
The topic for 2013 is open-ended. All that is required to fit the CPR tradition is that there be some aspect of your research that is quantifiable which can be replicated experientially at the conference.
Washington has a vibrant Jungian community. The Jungian Analysts of Washington Association (JAWA) (www.jungiananalysts.org) welcomes your presence, as does the Jung Society of Washington (www.jung.org). Conceivably, additional presentations might be arranged with these two groups while you’re in town.
Thank you for your consideration.
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About the Consortium for Psychoanalytic Research :
The Consortium for Psychoanalytic Research, Inc is a District of Columbia not-for-profit corporation representing a dozen Baltimore-Washington area organizations interested in building a bridge between clinicians and clinically relevant research. In recent years, there has been a burgeoning of research on psychoanalytic psychotherapies that enhances our understanding of the process and outcomes that characterize effective treatment. We have also seen the fruition of longitudinal studies of human emotional development that are informed by psychoanalytic concepts. The CPRinc sponsors annual conferences to bring researchers and clinicians together to share data and ideas, with the aim of bridging the gap between the clinical and research communities. Our conferences feature formal presentations by an outstanding researcher, didactic and interactive discussions, and a workshop ("lab session") in which all participants have an opportunity to learn and use a research tool. Our Research Conferences provide Continuing Education credit for physicians, psychologists and social workers. Full information is available in the brochures of individual conferences. Members of health care professions other than these three are most cordially invited to attend; and they will receive a certificate attesting to their participation.
The organizations that comprise the Consortium are listed below.