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The Autobiographical Dialogue Seminars, founded in 2002, address the professional and life-span development of one’s own voice in the dialogue between analysts. The seminars explore the manner and difficulties in which autobiography (the way we “write” our life) and dialogue (the way we present our case) establish and influence each other, as we experience and reflect -- along the Freudian-Ferenczian continuum -- on theoretical and personal implications for clinical work and conference presentation. For further information, contact Judith Vida and/or Gershon Molad.

 

Boston Graduate School of Psychoanalysis

Contact: Emily Dello
1581 Beacon Street
Brookline, MA 02170
Phone: 617-277-3915
Fax: 617-277-0312
Email: delloe@bgsp.edu
Website: www.bgsp.edu

The Boston Graduate School of Psychoanalysis has been providing psychoanalytic training for 40 years. It is the only regionally accredited, degree granting, independent psychoanalytic graduate school in the country offering Master of Arts in Psychoanalysis, Master of Arts in Psychoanalytic Counseling, and Doctoral programs in Psychoanalysis. BGSP also offers a One–Year Program through its continuing education department. Open access, combined with a worldwide reputation for excellence in psychoanalytic training, has enabled BGSP to admit and train qualified students from a wide variety of educational backgrounds, representing a wide variety of countries and cultures.

 

CMPS - Center for Modern Psychoanalytic Studies

Contact:  Ron Okuaki Lieber
16 West 10th Street
New York, NY  10011 
Phone:  212-260-7050
Fax: 212-228-6410
Email:  cmps@cmps.edu
Website:  www.cmps.edu

The Center for Modern Psychoanalytic Studies, a New York State licensure-qualifying institute chartered by the Board of Regents, was founded in 1971 to extend the theory and technique of psychoanalysis to include the treatment of the narcissistic disorders, furthering the pioneering work of Dr Hyman Spotnitz. Under the leadership of Dr. Phyllis W. Meadow the Center developed into one of the premier psychoanalytic training institutes in the country. Today, CMPS, led by its president Dr Mimi Crowell, is dedicated to maintaining the high caliber of its training program. Our program is open to clinicians and mental health workers in addition to those in the fields of education, the humanities, business, and the arts. Courses are designed to give students extensive exposure to the fundamentals of psychoanalysis as a theory of the mind, as a therapeutic method, and as a scientific research tool. The clinical aspects include a fieldwork placement offering students the opportunity to observe severely regressed patients followed by a clinical studies internship at the Consultation and Referral Service where they treat psychoanalytic cases under supervision. For our graduates, CMPS opens new doors in understanding the underpinnings of emotional disorders while offering a unique and comprehensive approach to psychoanalytic technique.

 

The Center for Psychoanalytic Study

Contact:  Karlene Goodman, M.D. 
307 N. Michigan Ave., Suite 1812
Chicago, IL 60601
Phone:  888-883-1335
Email:  cps1812@me.com

 

The Harlem Family Institute

Contact: Michael Connolly
2 Riverside Drive #5D
New York, NY 10023
Phone: 616-479-2573
Email: michael.connolly@harlemfamilyinstitute.org
Website: http://www.harlemfamilyinstitute.org

The Harlem Family Institute seeks to train a diverse population of aspiring analysts from a wide range of ethnic and cultural backgrounds for low fees. It provides clinical-training settings in schools and community centers in economically disadvantaged neighborhoods to take psychoanalytic psychotherapy out into the community for free or low fees. Its mission attracts experienced analysts from many institutes across NY to teach in its two psychoanalytic programs: its full Program in Psychoanalysis, which encompasses child, adolescent, parent and adult work, and its Program in Child & Adolescent Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy for licensed mental-health professionals seeking training to work with children, adolescents and their primary caregivers. 

 

Institute for Expressive Analysis (IEA)

Contact: Lynn Somerstein
240 E. 93rd St., Suite 12J
New York, NY  10128 
Phone: 646-494-4324
Fax: 646-494-4324
Email:  dr.lynnsomerstein@gmail.com
Website:  www.ieanyc.org

IEA is dedicated to the exploration and application of creativity in the processing and analysis of transference and resistance in depth oriented psychoanalytic treatment. We emphasize that therapy is a creative medium; it is crucial that Expressive Analysts have a thorough understanding of developmental, technical, and practical aspects of depth work.  Our philosophy forms around the importance of non-verbal work and communications-- starting by locating feelings in the body. It is rewarding that today neuropsychoanalytic research and infant studies show that empathy is a body experience. We teach three main viewpoints: Object Relations, especially Winnicott; Jung; and Relational Theory.

 

ISPS-US

Contact: Karen Stern, MAT
Executive Director
ISPS-US
P.O. Box 491
Narberth, PA  19072
Email: contact@isps-us.org
Website: http://www.isps-us.org

ISPS-US (The United States Chapter of The International Society for Psychological and Social Approaches to Psychosis) is an organization of mental health workers and interested others that was founded in 1998 by the late David B. Feinsilver. ISPS is an outgrowth of the International Symposia on the Psychotherapy of Schizophrenia, which has met triennially since 1956, and which was founded by Gaetano Benedetti and Christian Muller. We promote the appropriate use of psychotherapy in the treatment of schizophrenia, and further research and education in this area. We promote the humane, comprehensive and in-depth treatment of psychotic disorders. We reach across the boundaries of the mental health professions to integrate a psycho-bio-social approach. We host a lively and extremely informative listserve, and have active branches in Baltimore/Washington, D.C., New York City, New Jersey, Boston, the Berkshires, Chicago, Michigan, Northern California, Central California, Southern California, and the Pacific Northwest, and we welcome new branches.

 

Massachusetts Institute for Psychoanalysis

Contact:  Liz Martin
70 Florence St.
Roslindale, MA 02131
Phone:  617-469-2777
Fax: 978-926-0387
Email:  reachMIP@gmail.com
Website:  www.mipsa.org

The Massachusetts Institute for Psychoanalysis, MIP offers a training program in psychoanalysis and a one year postgraduate fellowship program. We are an open organization providing a community in which anybody with an interest in psychoanalysis may become a member and participate. MIP offers psychoanalytic forums, presentations of works in progress, and an annual symposium where analysts of national and international reputation dialogue about comparative positions on topics of current interest. Members receive a quarterly newsletter, Narratives and Conversations. Members are also invited to participate in workshops, the mid year mini-semester, and in scientific meetings and presentations of works in progress.

 

MITPP, Metropolitan Institute for Training in Psychoanalysis Psychotherapy

Contact:  Joyce Lerner
160 West 86th Street
New York, NY  10024 
Phone:  212-496-2858
Email:  mitppnyc@aol.com
Website:  www.mitpp.org

MITPP, chartered by the New York State Board of Regents, offers three Certificate programs: a three year program in Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy with Adults, a two year program in Child and Adolescent Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy and a program for those with Masters Degrees who don't qualify for licensure in the established mental health professions which leads to New York State licensure in Psychoanalysis. Matriculants see patients at the affiliated Metropolitan Center for Mental Health. MITPP’s low tuition of $950 per semester includes both individual and group supervision. Courses are also offered on a non-matriculated basis. MITPP's three year program in Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy with Adults offers three years of advanced training in fundamental psychoanalytic theory, technique, and clinical practice. Throughout the training students examine and learn how to use their own responses to patients while they undertake supervised clinical work with a range of patients which permits them to experience what is being learned conceptually. Students study Freud's contributions, ego psychology, object relations theory and self psychology.

 

NPAP Training Institute

Contact:  Doris Mare
40 W. 13th Street
New York, NY  10011 
Phone:  212-924-7440
Fax: 212-989-7543
Email:  info@npap.org
Website:  www.npap.org

In 1948 NPAP became the pioneering institute for training people from diverse backgrounds for the profession of psychoanalysis. The Training Institute of NPAP evolved from seminars offered by Theodor Reik, who had studied with Sigmund Freud, and was an active proponent of psychoanalysis as a discipline separate from medical practice. The Training Institute of NPAP offers comprehensive psychoanalytic training that encompasses a range of theoretical orientations, including drive theory, ego psychology, object relations, self psychology, intersubjectivity, and relational perspectives. Our more than 350 members as well as our more than 100 candidates come from a broad range of backgrounds and disciplines, including the arts, literature, psychology, social work, the sciences, education, medicine, research, and more. People with rich cultural backgrounds and interests meet and study together in an atmosphere of collegiality and democracy. The Institute is chartered under the Education Law of the State of New York by the Board of Regents of the University of the State of New York. An Absolute Charter from the New York State Board of Regents was granted February 24, 1967. Our training program meets requirements for New York State licensure in psychoanalysis. Candidates begin their psychoanalytically-oriented practice with referrals from our Theodor Reik Consultation Center.

 

NPI Newport Psychoanalytic Institute

Contact:  Penny Milner, Administrator
250 West Main Street, Suite 202
Tustin, CA  92780-7724 
Phone:  714-505-9080
Fax: 714-505-9465
Email:  admin@npi.edu
Website:  www.npi.edu

The Newport Psychoanalytic Institute was established in 1983 to promote the diverse theories and practices of psychoanalysis that have evolved from Freud to contemporary times. NPI is philosophically committed to the study of psychoanalytic theory and technique from all schools and traditions of psychoanalysis. Our training program offers a warm ambiance in small colloquiums with talented faculty. We seek to support a deep engagement together and in the work with our patients and to support the integration of theory, practice and self knowledge for each candidate. NPI presents programs to the psychologically interested public from the breadth of psychoanalytic, artistic and scientific thought. NPI is a free standing, non-profit educational institute with two campuses in California, Tustin and Pasadena. Both campuses offer programs leading to a Certificate in Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy, Certificate in Advanced Concepts in Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy, a Certificate in Psychoanalysis, a Psy.D. in Psychoanalysis and a Ph.D. in Psychoanalysis.

 

Portuguese Association of Psychoanalysis & Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy

Contact: Christina Nunes
Largo Do Andaluz. 15-2E
Lisboa, Portugal 1050-004
Email: ap.psicanalise@gmail.com
Website: http://www.apppp.pt

The Portuguese Association of Psychoanalysis and Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy (AP) is a non-profit association which was created in Lisbon on 18th April 2008. We aim to provide the teaching of psychoanalysis as a general theory of mind, a scientific model and a therapeutic technique based on Freud's discoveries and theories. We want to train high quality psychoanalytic professionals and provide high quality psychoanalytic and psychotherapeutic treatment. Part of our work will be conducted in collaboration with appropriate national and international organizations in the interests of psychoanalysis and the psychoanalytic and psychotherapeutic Profession. We believe psychoanalysis should be an important tool not only to improve mental health but also to contribute to public and intellectual life. This Association has started a regular teaching in 2008/9 school year and performed two congresses, the first meeting of the AP, which took place in Lisbon, celebrating its first anniversary, under the theme "Esquizoidis and the Actual Society,” and the second one in Azores - Sao Miguel island under the theme "Antero de Quental - Depression and Suicide.”

 

Relational Psychoanalysis and Psychotherapy in Seattle (RPPS)

Contact: Sally Bjorklund
210 West Galer Street
Seattle, WA 98119
Phone: 206-284-6103

Relational Psychoanalysis and Psychotherapy in Seattle (RPPS), founded in 2009, is not a traditional training institute but rather a psychoanalytic collective comprised of colleagues with a shared passion for relational thinking and a common goal to build a bigger relational community in Seattle. The faculty offers courses and consult groups to students and clinicians who are interested in learning didactically and experientially about relational psychoanalysis. With a commitment to learning, the faculty get together on a regular basis to develop curriculum and to discuss each of the selected readings, encouraging each other to talk about personal connections to theory. This coming together and learning is an integral aspect of the RPPS tradition; as clinicians we are interested in learning with and from each other.

 

"Retirement" or WHAT NEXT™

Contact: Ruth Neubauer
1661 S. Fillmore St.
Denver, CO 80210
Phone: 240-432-4080
Email: ruthneubr@aol.com
Website: www.retirementorwhatnext.com

Ruth Neubauer, LCSW and Karen van Allen, LCSW co-founded “RETIREMENT” or WHAT NEXT for WOMEN OVER 50 in transition. Many women feel isolated at this time of life with deeply personal questions and wish to live more consciously making their own choices. Our workshops and support groups provide confidential space to listen to your inner wisdom, re-define “work”, play with ideas, explore the fullness of WHAT NEXT, laugh and share time with other women with similar questions. All you need to do is SHOW UP! Our work is described in Chapter 4 of Suzanne Braun Levine's book: Inventing the Rest of Our Lives: Women in Second Adulthood. JOIN US: May 18-19, 2013 in Denver, Colorado, for our annual weekend workshop! REGISTER NOW!

More information:
The Weekend Workshop
The Weekend Experience

 

Society for Modern Psychoanalysis

Contact: Ted Laquercia
16 West 10th Street
New York, NY 10011
Ph: 212-260-7050
Fax: 212-228-6410
Email: tlaquercia@aol.com
Website: www.smpusa.org

 

Toronto Institute For Contemporary Psychoanalysis

Contact: Dr. Brent Willock
17 Saddletree Trail
Brampton, ON  L6X 4M5
New York, NY 10011
Phone/Fax: 416-288-8060
Email:  info@ticp.on.co
Website: www.TICP.ON.CA

The Toronto Institute for Contemporary Psychoanalysis offers a four-year program of professional and scholarly education that examines, contrasts and, where possible, integrates the thought and methods of major perspectives in contemporary psychoanalysis.  In addition, TICP offers a one year Essentials of Psychotherapy Program. TICP brings outstanding investigators from around the world to present their work to professionals and scholars interested in expanding their knowledge of psychoanalysis.

 

Washington Square Institute for Psychotherapy

Contact:  Gerd Fenchel, Ph.D.
41-51 East 11th Street
New York, NY 10003
Phone:  212-477-2600
Fax: 212-477-2040
Email: admin@wsi.org
Website:  www.wsi.org

Since its founding in 1960, Washington Square Institute has been a pioneering psychoanalytic training institute in the New York City area and one of the first treatment centers in New York to be run according to psychoanalytic principles. WSI offers a comprehensive training program in psychoanalysis and psychoanalytic psychotherapy that encompasses a range of theoretical orientations including drive theory, ego psychology, object relations, intersubjectivity, and relational perspectives. The training program integrates academic, clinical, and supervisory components with an intensive training analysis and candidates receive a solid grounding in psychoanalytic theory and technique. The emphasis throughout training is on an integration of theory and practice and candidates conduct psychoanalysis and psychoanalytically-informed psychotherapy under supervision with patients from the WSI Treatment Center. WSI is a New York State licensure-qualifying institute chartered by the Board of Regents, and is geared towards those contemplating a career change and toward clinicians who wish to learn the principles of psychoanalytic psychotherapy and practice to further enhance their skills. Our candidates come from a broad range of backgrounds and disciplines, including social work, mental health, the arts, literature, psychology, education, and medicine. WSI also provides clinical internships in the Treatment Center for social work students from a variety of universities in the New York City area. In addition, WSI has recently begun providing mental health counseling programs with placements in practica and internships.