About Psychotherapy Networker
Indispensable Resources for Your Practice
Psychotherapy Networker is a nonprofit educational organization dedicated to offering practical guidance, creative inspiration, and community support to therapists around the world. Whether you want to stay informed about new ideas and current debates in the field, connect with colleagues who share your professional interests, or just keep the spirit of discovery alive and well in your work, Psychotherapy Networker provides indispensable guidance and resources for your practice.
The Networker Magazine
For more than three decades, the Psychotherapy Networker magazine has earned a worldwide readership for its incisive, tough-minded coverage of the everyday challenges of clinical practice and the therapeutic innovations shaping the direction of the profession. Written with the practical needs of clinicians in mind, the Networker is the most topical, timely, and widely read publication in the psychotherapy community today. Celebrated for its engaging style, it’s won just about every award out there, including the National Magazine Award—the Oscar of the magazine industry.
Online Learning & CEs
With one of the largest offerings of distance-learning programs in the field, the Networker makes it easy to stay on the cutting edge of practice, expand your clinical repertoire, and earn continuing education (CE) credits at your own pace, in your own space, and whenever it’s convenient for you. Learning options include our popular video interviews with the field’s most celebrated practitioners, audio programs on a vast range of clinical topics, and reading courses featuring the work of therapy’s finest writers. We also offer the State of the Art virtual conference, bringing together both special premiere events and the best of the Networker’s CE offerings from throughout the year.
The Symposium Experience
Since 1978, the Networker Symposium has hosted a unique annual conference highlighting the latest developments in psychotherapy. With a teaching faculty of 125 of the field’s best and brightest, the Symposium draws more than 3,000 mental health professionals to Washington, DC each year to take part in an array of learning opportunities. Whatever your clinical interest, the Symposium offers workshops and events that will tap your creativity, sharpen your clinical skills, and deepen your understanding as a therapist.
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