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Summer School in St. Petersburg about to begin!

10 Jun 2015 9:06 AM | Dr. Joan Farrell


Psychotherapists from eighteen countries are now gathering for the ISST Summer School in beautiful ST. Petersburg. From my windows I can see the Trinity Cathedral, the golden domes of Novodevichy Monastery and an amazing colorful sky through the night lit up for the White Nights. Tonight we will have a guided tour of St Petersburg with many of the participants and presenters. Our host Paul Kasyanik and the ST. Petersburg Schema Therapy Institute have done a great job of choosing an excellent venue and arranging the social program that accompanies learning about Schema Therapy. I want to thank Paul, Elena Romanova and Maria Galimzyanova for all of their work to bring this Summer School event to ISST.  I also want to thank our ISST president, Eckhard Roediger and treasurer Kristin Zickenheiner for their support and Travis Atkinson for a great job informing our members of the event. I look forward to tomorrow and attending Day one of the workshops.

Best wishes

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