The International Institute of
Object Relations Therapy

      Course design generally includes lecture, case discussion, group discussion, and process-and-review of reactions to learning in order to facilitate integration of the material. Sometimes the learning process can be stressful and so it is best for participants to be physically resilient and emotionally resourceful. Students may sign up for as few or as many courses as they choose.

Workshops by Invitation
IIORT will design workshops and conferences by invitation. If you are interested in having us do a workshop in your area, please contact us. We will work with you to fit your special interests and audience.
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Michael Stadter lecturing on Brief Therapy


  Seminars and International Symposia 
      International Object Relations Seminars, Conferences, Institutes, workshops and short courses will be scheduled from time to time. Past conferences have been held in London, New York, Washington, and Panama City, Panama and other cities in USA and Europe and Central America

For information on courses once they are confirmed, please call, e-mail, or send in your registration form to Anna Innes at IIORT to get your name on the mailing list so that you will receive brochures for these specific events when they are sent out, about six weeks before the event.
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Mary Sue Moore speaks from the audience
at the Tavistock 75th Aniversary Conference,
Washington, 1996



Click here for a description of the two-year national core program in Object Relations Theory and Practice
Click here for a description of the Couple and Family Therapy Program
Click here for a description of local program seminars, supervision and study groups