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Meet the providers behind A Bridge Home! Dr. Adrienne Katzow is a NYS licensed clinical psychologist, specializing in women’s mental health with a focus on perinatal mood and anxiety disorders, reproductive concerns, and eating and body image issues.

Adrienne’s ther**eutic style is empathetic, open, and interactive. She has specialized training in treating PMADs through Postpartum Support International and The Postpartum Stress Center and she has postgraduate training in the treatment of eating problems from the Women's Therapy Centre Institute.

To learn more about A Bridge Home & Dr. Katzow, click the link in our bio or visit http://abridgehome.com/.

What a great program. Carolyn was spectacular - and I loved seeing so many old friends- Thank you for years of inspiration and friendship!!
Bravo WTCI for another incredible
Indwelling 👏👏👏
Hoping to see everyone at the March on saturday. Details of where to meet to follow!
As many of you know I am working recently on my new project R**e-history of shame. Please follow my FB page and support my work. Beginning of this story is my Grandma past, she was a Holocaust survivor, N***s camp survivor and r**e survivor.She used to say to me- Wiolunia you have to understand...so that's my job for the living try to understand others and try makes sense for the usually horrific experiences especially for the war, r**e survivors.I decide to do this project in Rwanda and about Rwandas women, but the topic is unfortunately universal for the all women all over the world.This summer I am going to Rwanda meet genocide and r**e survivors, I will talk with them,I will lead ther**eutic group, provide a lecture for the survivors and second generations of genocide survivors. R**e and the consequences of this experiences changing forever women's life. We cannot remove the past but we can still love our life...I will try do my best for all of us

Established in 1981, we are a group of intersectional feminist therapists offering innovative clinic

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Rewrite Your Mother-Story and Expand Your Life 08/15/2022

Rewrite Your Mother-Story and Expand Your Life

Join us for "Rewrite Your Mother-Story and Expand Your Life" with Judith Ruskay Rabinor, PhD on October 20, online! https://www.eventbrite.com/e/rewrite-your-mother-story-and-expand-your-life-tickets-355253090557

I love my mother but...
Who else is loved so deeply and, conversely, blamed so intensely as one’s mother? The mother stories we carry can empower or derail us. Many of us struggle with limiting cultural myths about motherhood and old stories about our mothers that cover hidden longings. Using guided imagery, meditation, journal writing and group processing we will explore our stories and expand your life.

Rewrite Your Mother-Story and Expand Your Life Using guided imagery, meditation, journal writing and group processing we will explore our stories and expand your life.

06/27/2022
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WTCI Training Program applications are due next month -- Learn more about the postgraduate training offered by WTCI and begin your application today! https://www.wtci-nyc.org/trainingprogram

WTCI Established in 1981 as The Women’s Therapy Centre Institute, WTCI offers innovative clinical training based on contemporary relational theory and intersectional feminist thought. Today, as we celebrate our 40th anniversary, our desire and capacity to evolve as a feminist organization is reflected ...

05/10/2022

Interested in WTCI's two-year postgraduate training program, The Embodied Psyche? Join us May 10 or May 15 for an online Open House to learn more! https://www.wtci-nyc.org/trainingprogram

05/04/2022

We at WTCI are enraged at the real possibility that Roe v. Wade will be overturned. As history has proven, there is no banning of abortions, only banning of safe abortions. As mental health clinicians, we have witnessed the devastating effect on mental health when the right to healthcare is dismantled and the essential right to self and body determination are once again robbed. Abortion is a human right. WTCI continues to stand strongly against banning the constitutional right to abortion and steadfastly for the right to body empowerment and autonomy for all.

A Chamber Group in a Pandemic — WTCI 04/20/2022

A Chamber Group in a Pandemic — WTCI

Today's WTCI blog post is about the Incidental Chamber Players — a Pittsburgh-based chamber music organization that presents concerts of rarely played and unjustly forgotten woodwind music — who have been in existence since 2013, and have presented concert series that fit their mission – an exploration of music from (almost) every continent; hidden figures from Europe; and in their last and most powerful series, their own personal histories… Enjoy reading and viewing their performances of artistic activism! https://www.wtci-nyc.org/blog/a-chamber-group-in-a-pandemic

A Chamber Group in a Pandemic — WTCI The Incidental Chamber Players — a Pittsburgh PA-based chamber music organization that presents concerts of rarely played and unjustly forgotten woodwind music — have been in existence since 2013, and have presented concert series that fit their mission–an exploration of music from (almost) ev...

Feed Yourself Free: A 6-week Course on Intuitive Eating for Liberation 4/19 03/30/2022

Feed Yourself Free: A 6-week Course on Intuitive Eating for Liberation 4/19

WTCI's 6-week eating/embodiment groups for the public have returned, reinvigorated and revamped. The second group for 2022 begins April 19: "Feed Yourself Free" -- claim your spots today!
https://www.eventbrite.com/e/feed-yourself-free-a-6-week-course-on-intuitive-eating-for-liberation-419-tickets-308812445337

Feed Yourself Free: A 6-week Course on Intuitive Eating for Liberation 4/19 Intuitive eating is an act of resistance...

The 2022 Laurie Phillips Memorial Lecture — WTCI 03/24/2022

The 2022 Laurie Phillips Memorial Lecture — WTCI

Join WTCI for this year's annual Laurie Phillips Memorial Lecture, "Relationship to the Earth: Colonialist and Indigenous Perspectives," when honorees Marisa Mabli and Aleksandra Rayska will showcase contemporary theory and clinical implications related to climate crisis anxiety, and honoree Carol Crowe will walk us into the indigenous ways of relating to the land, flora, fauna, water, wildlife, and each other. More information and tickets: https://www.wtci-nyc.org/events/the-2022-laurie-phillips-memorial-lecture

The 2022 Laurie Phillips Memorial Lecture — WTCI RELATIONSHIP TO THE EARTH: COLONIALIST AND INDIGENOUS PERSPECTIVES Marisa Mabli and Aleksandra Rayska will showcase contemporary theory and clinical implications related to climate crisis anxiety. They will focus on the feminist perspective on climate change, forefronting the intertwined issues

03/09/2022

Mentalization: Understanding Misunderstanding Part II — WTCI

This week's WTCI blog post by WTCI alumna Amie Roe, LCSW is part two of a two-part piece: Mentalization: Understanding Misunderstanding.
https://www.wtci-nyc.org/blog/mentalization-mbt-understanding-misunderstanding-part-ii-amie-row-lcsw

Mentalization: Understanding Misunderstanding Part II — WTCI Mentalization Based Treatment (MBT) centralizes building and maintaining the capacity to mentalize. Developed first to treat Borderline Personality Disorder (BPD), MBT has since been modified and applied to many other conditions, including Antisocial Personality Disorder (ASPD), eating disorders, an

Metabolizing the Complexity of a Pandemic: DBT Approach 03/03/2022

Metabolizing the Complexity of a Pandemic: DBT Approach

Just one week left to get your ticket for this online workshop with Dr. Reji Mathew: Metabolizing the Complexity of a Pandemic - A Dialectical-Expressive Approach for Calm, Emotional Regulation and Resiliency (March 9, 7-9pm ET).

Metabolizing the Complexity of a Pandemic: DBT Approach WTCI invites practitioners to this online DBT informed - expressive arts self-care session with our guest presenter, Dr. Reji Mathew.

02/24/2022

Mentalization-Based Treatment (MBT) - Understanding Misunderstanding, WTCI Blog, by Amie Roe, LCSW — WTCI

This week's WTCI blog post by WTCI alumna Amie Roe, LCSW is part one of a two-part piece: Mentalization: Understanding Misunderstanding.

https://www.wtci-nyc.org/blog/mentalization-mbt-understanding-misunderstanding-part-i-amie-row-lcsw

Mentalization-Based Treatment (MBT) - Understanding Misunderstanding, WTCI Blog, by Amie Roe, LCSW — WTCI In Mentalization-Based Treatment (MBT), one refrains from offering interpretations and suggestions for behavioral change. This upholds the autonomy of the individual in treatment, allowing them to arrive at insights and change that more authentically stem from their own experience…

Some Reflections About Bengali Culture and Traditions from the Feminist Perspective, Part II — WTCI 02/09/2022

Some Reflections About Bengali Culture and Traditions from the Feminist Perspective, Part II — WTCI

This week's WTCI blog post is the second of a two-part interview by WTCI alumna Wiola Rebecka, PhD, with Shumu Haque, feminist, activist, poet, and a voracious reader: "Some Reflections About Bengali Culture and Traditions from the Feminist Perspective, Part II" -- https://www.wtci-nyc.org/blog/bengali-culture-traditions-feminist-perspective-part-ii-shumu-haque

Some Reflections About Bengali Culture and Traditions from the Feminist Perspective, Part II — WTCI Part two of a two-part interview by Wiola Rebecka, PhD with Shumu Haque, feminist, activist, poet, and a voracious reader…

Metabolizing the Complexity of a Pandemic: DBT Approach 01/31/2022

Metabolizing the Complexity of a Pandemic: DBT Approach

After selling out in November, WTCI is offering this online DBT workshop for practitioners again in March, featuring our guest facilitator Dr. Reji Mathew: Metabolizing the Complexity of a Pandemic. Get your tickets early before it sells out again! https://www.eventbrite.com/e/metabolizing-the-complexity-of-a-pandemic-dbt-approach-tickets-258211195637

Metabolizing the Complexity of a Pandemic: DBT Approach WTCI invites practitioners to this online DBT informed - expressive arts self-care session with our guest presenter, Dr. Reji Mathew.

Some Reflections About Bengali Culture and Traditions from the Feminist Perspective, Part I — WTCI 01/26/2022

Some Reflections About Bengali Culture and Traditions from the Feminist Perspective, Part I — WTCI

This week's blog post is the first of a two-part interview by WTCI's Wiola Rebecka, PhD, with Shumu Haque, feminist, activist, poet, and a voracious reader: "Some Reflections About Bengali Culture and Traditions from the Feminist Perspective, Part I" -- https://www.wtci-nyc.org/blog/bengali-culture-traditions-feminist-perspective-part-i-shumu-haque

Some Reflections About Bengali Culture and Traditions from the Feminist Perspective, Part I — WTCI Part one of two of an interview by Wiola Rebecka, PhD with Shumu Haque, feminist, activist, poet, and a voracious reader…

Beginning and Ending from Where You Are 01/21/2022

Beginning and Ending from Where You Are

Get your tickets today -- before they sell out! -- to this online two-session workshop, which begins THIS Monday, Jan 24th:

"Beginning & Ending Where You Are: Subjective, Intersubjective and Technical Domains of Therapists’ Retirement"

with brilliant facilitators, WTCI alumnae Catherine Balletto, PhD and Audrey Laibson Wolf, LCSW!

https://www.eventbrite.com/e/213928615247

Beginning and Ending from Where You Are Beginning and Ending from Where You Are: Subjective, Intersubjective and Technical Domains of Therapists’ Retirement

01/14/2022

The Imprint It Leaves: The Insidious Nature of the Diet Industry — WTCI

This week's blog post by WTCI alumna Laura Savary, LCSW takes a personal and profound look at the generations-deep and ongoing insidious imprint of the diet industry.

https://www.wtci-nyc.org/blog/the-imprint-it-leaves-diet-industry-laura-savary

The Imprint It Leaves: The Insidious Nature of the Diet Industry — WTCI The day before New Year's Eve, I realized I was inundated with weight loss ads on social media. This wasn't surprising, as this is the time of year where diet companies capitalize on New Year's resolutions…

Spring 2022 Online 9-Week Seminar — WTCI 01/14/2022

Spring 2022 Online 9-Week Seminar — WTCI

Announcing WTCI's 9-week Online Seminar for practitioners, beginning March 23 -- Early registrants can use code 10WTCI to recieve 10% through January 31st! https://www.eventbrite.com/e/9-week-seminar-coming-apart-and-coming-together-tickets-243880893317

Spring 2022 Online 9-Week Seminar — WTCI During this nine-week online seminar for practitioners, attendees will explore current challenges in psychother**eutic encounters in this seminar that incorporates intersectional feminist theory and includes three pillars: body, society, and identity. PURCHASE TICKETS AND LEARN MORE Qualifyin

Beginning and Ending from Where You Are 01/04/2022

Beginning and Ending from Where You Are

Get your tickets today for this two-day workshop about retirement, for practitioners. Originally planned as an in-person workhop, this event will now be held on Zoom (Jan 24 & 31) due to COVID concernes. "Beginning & Ending Where You Are" with facilitators and WTCI alumnae Catherine Balletto, PhD and Audrey Laibson Wolf, LCSW -- https://www.eventbrite.com/e/213928615247

Beginning and Ending from Where You Are Beginning and Ending from Where You Are: Subjective, Intersubjective and Technical Domains of Therapists’ Retirement

12/01/2021

In Honor of Indigenous Peoples — WTCI

The Academic Committee of WTCI dedicates today's blog post -- https://www.wtci-nyc.org/blog/in-honor-of-indigenous-peoples -- to the many Indigenous Peoples who have died, remain in danger, and continue to be unseen as a result of colonization, bigotry, and racism. We offer this list of resources as a way to join together in creating a more inclusive and equal community and larger society.

In Honor of Indigenous Peoples — WTCI Many indigenous people have died, remain in danger, and continue to be unseen as a result of colonization, bigotry, and racism. This list of resources provides as a way to join together in creating a more inclusive and equal community and larger society.

11/30/2021

WTCI trains therapists to be the best in their field while also providing educational and referral services for the public. Your donation, at any amount, helps us do more: https://www.wtci-nyc.org/donate
Thank you for supporting our wonderful institute!

Metabolizing the Complexity of a Pandemic: Dialectical–Expressive Approach 11/10/2021

Metabolizing the Complexity of a Pandemic: Dialectical–Expressive Approach

Get your tickets today for our next workshop for practitioners: Metabolizing the Complexity of a Pandemic Year: A Dialectical–Expressive Approach for Calm, Emotional Regulation, and Resiliency, with Dr. Reji Mathew!

Online Event, Nov 20, 11am-1pm ET

Qualifying participants are eligible for 2.0 CEs (see link for details).

Metabolizing the Complexity of a Pandemic: Dialectical–Expressive Approach WTCI practitioners to this online DBT informed - expressive arts self-care session with our guest presenter, Dr. Reji Mathew.

10/13/2021

The World is on Fire — WTCI

Check out our latest blog post by WTCI alumnae Marisa Mabli, LCSW & Aleksandra Rayska, PhD, who discuss the feminine and masculine in the experience of climate change anxiety: https://www.wtci-nyc.org/blog/the-world-is-on-fire
And join them for their workshop on the subject on October 23rd (visit WTCI's calendar for details)!

The World is on Fire — WTCI Making sacrifices for the shared good is not coming easily, even if the price is a livable Earth for all of us…

The World Is On Fire: working w climate crisis anxiety in clinical settings 08/16/2021

The World Is On Fire: working w climate crisis anxiety in clinical settings

We're thrilled to welcome back WTCI alums, Aleksandra Rayska, PhD, and Marisa Mabli, LCSW, for their informative and helpful workshop for practitioners, The World Is On Fire: Working With Climate Crisis Anxiety In Clinical Settings. Learn more and purchase tickets here for this online Oct 23rd event: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/the-world-is-on-fire-working-w-climate-crisis-anxiety-in-clinical-settings-tickets-166939597831

The World Is On Fire: working w climate crisis anxiety in clinical settings This online workshop for practitioners showcases contemporary theory related to climate crisis anxiety...

Object Relations, Fierce Love and The (Antiracist) Container That Cures 05/06/2021

Object Relations, Fierce Love and The (Antiracist) Container That Cures

Tomorrow, Friday, May 7! Join us for this year's (online) Laurie Phillips Memorial Lecture, with Rev. Dr. Jacqui Lewis!

Object Relations, Fierce Love and The (Antiracist) Container That Cures 2021 Laurie Phillips Memorial Lecture: Rev. Dr. Lewis will introduce "fierce love" and discuss making a better life and antiracist world.

INDWELLING 2021: Caroline Rothstein 03/06/2021

INDWELLING 2021: Caroline Rothstein

INDWELLING is tomorrow (March 7) at 4pm ET! Get your tickets now! Celebrate and enjoy the incredible talent of this year's honoree Caroline Rothstein, as well as performances by the also outstandingly talented Carmen LoBue and Ciara Renee! Participate in or support the time-honored Speakout afterward! WTCI's very own Barbara Bulofff's will MC and WTCI alumna Rebecca Brown will close out the evening! https://www.eventbrite.com/e/indwelling-2021-caroline-rothstein-tickets-126843451177

INDWELLING 2021: Caroline Rothstein The WTCI honors Caroline Rothstein at INDWELLING, March 7, 2021

02/06/2021

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