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Mark Your Calendars for June 17th!

The Psychotherapy & Spirituality Institute is proud to join with the Jewish Board Family and Children’s Services in co-sponsoring a springtime conference with Interfaith Center of New York, titled “Social Work and Religious Diversity: Religion and Spirituality Through the Life Course.” Please join us all on June 17th to explore the roles of religion and spirituality in the lives of diverse New Yorkers. For detailed information, registra­tion, and free online resources, visit http://interfaithcenter.org/social-work. This conference will help counselors, social workers, psychologists, chaplains, and others build their multifaith cultural competence, while offering LMSWs and LCSWs 8.0 continuing education credits to meet the new NY State recertification requirements. Panels and workshops will explore various spiritual perspectives on social service and social justice, social work ethics and practice, child welfare, end-of-life care, trauma, and sexuality.

PSI helps restore hope, health and healing to individuals, families, communities, and organizations by providing professional counseling, consulting, and educational services.

Psychotherapy and Spirituality Services In Manhattan

Individual, Couple and Group Psychotherapy
Premarital Counseling
Career Programs / Communication Skills for Professionals
Groups and Workshops
Support for Clergy
Community Outreach
Women Veterans Project
Music Therapy


Rutgers Counseling Center
2095 Broadway, Rm 406 (at 73rd St)
New York, NY 10023

St. Bartholomew Counseling Center
325 Park Ave (at 50th St)
New York, NY 10022

St John’s Counseling Center
222 West 11th St
New York, NY 10014

Trinity Counseling Center
120 Broadway, 38th Floor
New York, NY 10271

Administrative Offices
120 Broadway, 38th Floor
New York, NY 10271
(212) 285-0043

“The Spirit of Healing” in the Spotlight

Recently, the Interfaith Center of New York has been interviewing participants in the June 2015 conference it is co-sponsoring with the Psychotherapy & Spirituality Institute and the Jewish Board of Family and Children’s Services. One faith leader featured in the ICNY spotlight is PSI Managing Director Kelly Murphy Mason, who spoke about “where the spirit of healing is at work” in people’s recovery, through the process of psychotherapy as she understands it, as well as through individuals’ sincere participation in spiritual community. Read more at Interfaith Center website.

The Great Escape

H. Kimball Jones, one of the founders of PSI and currently Westside Area Director, was involved in 1961 in a political adventure that, according to the London Observer, “changed the map of Africa.” Dr. Jones was one of a group of five Americans and one Frenchman who smuggled 60 African students out of Portugal, where they were being abused by the dictator, Salazar, and drove them to France where they were granted political asylum by Charles De Gaulle. Read more at The Guardian.


In Our Own Voice: Women Veterans Tell Their Story

In Our Own Voice is a play-in-monologues drawn from interviews with women veterans written by Beverly Coyle and produced by PSI. These monologues are reaching an ever-widening audience. Visit our Women Veterans Project page for more.

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