Saturday, October 5, 2019, 2:00 to 5:00 pm CDT.  

Please come at 1:30 pm to sign-in, meet colleagues, and enjoy light refreshments. The program will begin at 2:00 pm sharp. 

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Loyola University Chicago - Lewis Tower
Beane Hall, 13th Floor
111 E. Pearson
Chicago, IL 60611

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Beane Hall


Beane Hall is a historic downtown meeting space featuring beautiful, medieval, vaulted windows overlooking iconic Chicago buildings and Lake Michigan. 

Discounted Parking Validation:

Get parking validation for reduced rates at the Loyola Law School, located at 25 E. Pearson; 312.915.7120.  Go to the front desk of Loyola Law School before or after the program with your parking ticket for the validation machines. You do not have to show documentation that you are attending an event at Loyola.

Discounted Parking Lots:

Parking validation for reduced rates is available on Saturdays at the following parking lots: 

  • Standard Parking at 850 North State (Enter on State); validation good for up to 12 hours: Rate: $9
  • Standard Parking Fordham Garage at 25 E Superior (Enter and Exit on Huron side); validation good for up to 9 hours: Rate: $8
  • Standard Parking Plus at 1 W. Superior (Entrance on State), validation good for up to 9 hours: Rate: $8



The Board of the Intrapsychic Humanism Society
Intrapsychic Humanism Society
(773) 510-3085


Professional Development Program

Contemporary Ethical Dilemmas in the Psychotherapy Relationship: A Reflective Approach

Susan S. Zoline, Ph.D.

This workshop will address contemporary and sometimes vexing ethical dilemmas which arise in clinical practice, requiring clinicians to make difficult judgments regarding perceived benefit and potential harm to our clients and other impacted parties.  Topics will include confidentiality/disclosure of information (particularly with regard to children, teens and families), management of high risk or crisis situations such as suicide and risk of violence towards others, and emerging standards regarding the interface of technology and psychotherapy.  Special emphasis will be placed upon the centrality of the psychotherapy relationship and its foundation of trust and integrity, as well as the critical role of therapist self-reflection, as each of these factors is essential in providing ethically optimal care. Strategies for utilizing informed decision making while balancing clinical, ethical, legal and risk management considerations will be presented.  Case vignettes will be examined and group discussion will be integrated into the presentation to illustrate the grey areas surrounding these complex issues.

October 5, 2019, 2-5 pm;

       Please come at 1:30 pm to sign-in/register, meet colleagues, and enjoy light refreshments. The program will begin at 2:00 pm sharp.

3 Ethics CEs for Social Workers,
Psychologists, and Professional Counselors

Complimentary for IH Society Members; General Admission: $60; Highly Discounted Fees for Early Career Clinicians and Students 



Susan Zoline, Ph.D. is a Licensed Clinical Psychologist who has been involved in practicing, teaching and consulting in the Chicago area for over thirty-five years. Dr. Zoline was a Professor of Psychology and University Fellow at the Illinois School of Professional Psychology at Argosy University, Chicago, where she taught clinical masters and doctoral students for thirty years.  More recently, Dr. Zoline is a Clinical Faculty in the Psy.D. program in Clinical Psychology at Adler University.  Dr. Zoline’s areas of professional expertise include professional ethics, suicide, violence and abuse assessment and intervention, clinical supervision and risk management.  Dr. Zoline is a longstanding member of the Illinois Psychological Association Ethics Committee which she currently Co-Chairs.  She has worked clinically in a broad variety of settings and regularly consults and provides workshops to mental health and other professionals both locally and nationally on topics related to professional ethics. 

 Learning Objectives: 

 At the conclusion of this program, participants will be able to:

  1. Identify three contemporary ethical dilemmas in mental health practice involving decisions focused on perceived benefit and potential harm
  2. Describe three relevant clinical, ethical, legal and/or risk management considerations in the decision-making process
  3. List two recent developments in the literature and/or mental health laws relevant to clinical scenarios discussed in the program

Click on the Link Below to Register for this Program, or Join the IH Society first, and then Register for the Program at Our Lowest Rates


Additional 2019 IH Society Programs

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November 2, 2019: 3-5 pm: Public Lecture Series Co-Sponsored by Smart Love Family Services: The Walter D. Miller, LCSW, Lecture 

"BREAKING NEWS: How Psychotherapists, Teachers, Parents and Other Caregivers Can Help Children and Teens Effectively Cope with Traumatic News in the Media"

 Carla Beatrici, Psy.D. and Felicia Owens, Psy.D.


Become a Member of the IH Society at Our Special Mid-Year Rates and Attend All Programs for the Greatest Savings

Membership in the IH Society enables you to pursue your ideals of learning and professional development at all stages of your training and career. Our low membership rates cover the cost of attending all of our programs throughout the year and CEs, at a considerable savings over single program fees. Our rates are tailored to all levels of professionals with heavily discounted rates for students, post-graduate fellows, and early career licensed clinicians. See all our rates by clicking, "Join the IH Society" or visiting our website. To become a member and attend the current program at the lowest rate, Join the IH Society first and then register for the Current Program to let us know that you are attending. 

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The Intrapsychic Humanism Society is a Licensed Continuing Education Sponsor of the Illinois Department of Financial and Professional Regulation for Social Work, Psychology, and Professional Counseling. 

The Intrapsychic Humanism Society is a 501(c)3 Non-Profit Organization Dedicated to Education and Research.