Massachusetts Institute for Psychoanalysis
A Home for Comparative Psychoanalysis
Upcoming from MIP’s Program Committee:
New Perspectives in Post-Bionian Field Theory
Sat., Jan. 20 • 9:30–12:30pm
Presented on Zoom
Speaker: Giuseppe Civitarese, M.D., Ph.D.
Discussant: Linda Carter, MSN, CS, IAAP
Moderator: Noha Sadek, M.D.
Explore training at MIP.
MIP Open House
Wed., Feb. 28 • 7:30–9:30pm
In-person at the Harvard Faculty Club Library in Cambridge, Massachusetts
Join us to learn about the Massachusetts Institute for Psychoanalysis Programs: Postgraduate Fellowship Programs • Stechler Child and Adolescent Fellowship • Four-Year Analytic Training Program
MIP-Wide Town Halls
Kathy Pogue White guides us in continuing discussions on race and antiracism. MIP members are highly encouraged to attend.
These are members only events. Please note the recent change in dates.
3 Sundays: Oct 1, Dec 10, Jan 7
Presented on Zoom
Our Training and Education Programs
The Massachusetts Institute for Psychoanalysis is an educational organization comprised of teaching faculty, students training in comparative psychoanalysis as well as graduates, other clinicians and academics. It is a membership organization and professional home for those in its several programs.
Training Program in Psychoanalysis
A 4-year program of in-depth study in comparative psychoanalysis, both theory & practice. In addition to academic and clinical courses, candidates are free to choose their own clinical supervisors & personal analyst.
Postgraduate Fellowship Program – Boston & West
The MIP Postgraduate Fellowship Program is a one-year program for mental health providers and scholars designed as a broad introduction to a range of psychoanalytic approaches and clinical applications.
Stechler Child and Adolescent Therapy Fellowship
This Stechler fellowship is a 24-session program that covers topics in child and adolescent psychotherapy and is designed to help clinicians master the inherent challenges working with children.