Massachusetts Institute for Psychoanalysis
A Home for Comparative Psychoanalysis
Stechler Child & Adolescent Fellowship
Application Deadline: July 15
MIP’s one-year fellowship for mental health professionals interested in psychodynamic approaches to child and adolescent psychotherapy.
Postgraduate Fellowship Programs (PGFP)
Boston & Amherst (West)
The Boston PGFP is no longer accepting applications for 2022 and will be on a waitlist. The West program is on a rolling admissions cycle until the program fills.
MIP’s Graduation &
Paul Myerson Award
Congrats to our 2021-2022 graduates.
In early June, MIP gathered to celebrate the analytic training program and fellowship graduates. Dick Geist was also presented the Paul Graves Myerson Award.
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
The Training Program in Psychoanalysis is a 4-year program of in-depth study in comparative psychoanalysis, both theory and practice. In addition to required and elective academic and clinical courses, candidates are free to choose their own clinical supervisors and personal analyst.
Postgraduate Fellowship Program
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.