Early Bird Registration now open! Complete registration for the 2019 UCNCPIPC Meeting by March 1, 2019, and we will waive the $75 conference registration fee! More details here.
If you’re interested in facilitating a session at the 2019 Lake Arrowhead UC NCP IPC Meeting, the Call for Session Proposals is out! Get it here…
Also, register before March 1 and take advantage of the Early Bird Registration Discount (savings of $75)!
If you know graduate students or clinical associates who might be interested in attending, please let them know that a number of Student Conference Scholarships are available (which waives all fees for conference attendance, and may include a small travel stipend).
Please help us get the word out. Feel free to let people know about the conference. Please direct them to the UCNCPIPC website (www.ucpsychoanalysis.com).
Dear UC/NCP IPC Members,
We are gearing up for our Annual University of California / New Center for Psychoanalysis Interdisciplinary Psychoanalytic Consortium meetings. They will be held on May 3-5, 2019 at the UCLA Conference Center in Lake Arrowhead, CA.
This year’s theme is:
Process Notes: Thinking With and Working Through Influential Psychoanalytic Texts
The full conference description is available here, and the call for session proposals will be available in the coming days. Please consider submitting a proposal to the Program Committee to facilitate one of the sessions
Also, circulate this announcement widely, identifying anyone who you think might be interested in attending and participating in the Consortium. I think the theme will establish a framework for discussion over the week-end that will be refreshing and restorative for everyone!
We will be posting the registration form for the conference this week, along with information on student stipends and paper prizes. Please be sure to check It is very important for people to register as early as possible for the weekend! We rely on the registration money to help fund the conference, including the many early up-front costs. UC/NCP IPC, alas, has no reserve funds and depends on you.
Jeff Prager & Kevin Groark
Director/Co-Director, UC/NCP IPC