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The Nashville Psychotherapy Institute (NPI) is an organization of more than 300 professionals from all disciplines of Psychotherapy, Counseling and Mental Health. The purpose of NPI includes providing continuing education programs for practicing psychotherapists and promoting interdisciplinary dialogue and support among the various psychotherapeutic professions. NPI’s searchable therapist directory is a way for members to market their practice, make referrals and connect with patients.


NPI June 2020 CE Meeting

June 12, 2020 | Virtual Event

This virtual event is for both members ($15) and non-members ($20), and includes one (1) CEU for attendees.  As with all of our continuing education events, there are no additional registration fees or Sustaining Members. “Integrating the Enneagram into your Therapy Practice”  Presenter: Ramona Reid Presenter Bio: Ramona Reid is the Founder of Nashville Center for Alternative Therapy, Enneagram Coach, LMT, Reiki Master, and producer of Holistic Revolution, a weekly …


NPI July 2020 CE Luncheon

July 10, 2020 | Scarritt Bennett Center 2nd Floor, Bennett Hall 1008 19th Ave. South Nashville, TN 37212

“Conceptualizing and Treating Bullying and Other Student Behavioral Problems,” Maury Nation, Ph.D. Professor of Human and Organizational Development, Peabody College, Vanderbilt University Sponsored by:  Acadia Healthcare   Speaker Bio: Maury Nation, Ph.D.  is a Professor of Human and Organizational Development at Vanderbilt University.  He received his Ph.D. in Clinical/Community Psychology at the University of South Carolina. For the last 17 years he has been core faculty for the Vanderbilt Human …



Join our NPI Meet-Up Group

Join our NPI Meet-Up Group

Formed in 2014 for the purpose of facilitating community and strengthening connection between new and veteran members of NPI, our Meetup Group has been going strong for almost 5 years now.  With over 225 members and almost 50 Meetup’s under our belt, Meetup has proven...

It’s Not Their Fault

It’s Not Their Fault

Here are some reflections on the kind of interesting conversations that psychotherapy makes possible. A few weeks ago, an adult patient of mine in his forties shared with me an email he’d received from his older sister. Their mother had been mentally ill in an...