The Nashville Psychotherapy Institute (NPI) is an organization of more than 300 professionals from all disciplines of Psychotherapy, Counseling and Mental Health. The purpose of NPI includes providing continuing education programs for practicing psychotherapists and promoting interdisciplinary dialogue and support among the various psychotherapeutic professions. NPI’s searchable therapist directory is a way for members to market their practice, make referrals and connect with patients.
“Navigating Relational Issues and Building Alliance with LGBT Clients” Presented by Roberto L. Abreu, Ph.D., NCC About the presenter: I am currently an assistant professor in the Department of Psychology in the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences at the University of Florida (UF). Prior to joining the UF Department of Psychology I was a tenure-track Assistant Professor at Tennessee State University (TSU), Counseling Psychology program. I completed my Ph.D. at …LEARN MORE
“Healing Narcissistic Wounds and Learning to Love: A Case Study in Utilizing Buddhist Principles and Relationship Empowerment in the Treatment of Grandiosity, Shame, Anger, Depression, and Addiction” Presented by Philip Chanin, Ed.D., ABPP, CGP Program Description: I will be presenting an ongoing psychotherapy case which illustrates some of the types of interventions that I typically make with patients suffering with narcissistic wounds, meaning deep wounds to their sense of …LEARN MORE
Formed in 2014 for the purpose of facilitating community and strengthening connection between new and veteran members of NPI, our Meetup Group has been going strong for almost 5 years now. With over 225 members and almost 50 Meetup’s under our belt, Meetup has proven...
Inspired by John Stuart Mills and embracing a spirit of humility, intellectual curiosity, and a healthy dose of humor, we hope to lead NPI in an exploration and cultivation of Viewpoint Diversity.
Here are some reflections on the kind of interesting conversations that psychotherapy makes possible. A few weeks ago, an adult patient of mine in his forties shared with me an email he’d received from his older sister. Their mother had been mentally ill in an...