The New York Institute for Psychotherapy Training
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NYIPT  Mission

The New York Institute for Psychotherapy Training for Infants, Children and Adolescents, is dedicated to improving the quality of mental health services for needy children and families who live in the New York area. Our theoretical model integrates contemporary psychodynamic, attachment, and developmental theory and research with clinical technique.

Our mission is realized by providing low-fee psychotherapy training to qualified mental health professionals in all areas of child therapy.  NYIPT is chartered by the Board of Regents of the NYS Department of Education.  We are also approved to provide Continuing Education credits to social workers.


NYIPT also provides fee-for-service training options to mental health workers at various agencies and schools, and to grandparents, parents, teachers and children in a variety of settings, including libraries, churches and synagogues, and schools. Our goal is to train those who are in a position to help children overcome adverse experiences of trauma, manifested in feelings of anxiety, helplessness and depression. 


In addition, NYIPT has been administering several grant-supported programs at various family service agencies to provide training for foster care parents.  We also provide consultation, supervision and training to therapists who work dyadically with children and parents whose children are at-risk or have already been placed in foster care.


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NYIPT is a non-profit 501(c) (3) training institute, provisionally chartered by the NYS Dept. of Education Board of Regents.