Harvard Faculty Club
Date(s) - 02/05/2020
7:30 pm - 9:30 pm
A panel of MIP analysts, candidates and postgraduate fellows discuss training, and psychoanalysis in the 21st century.
Refreshments will be served. Free parking at the Harvard garage, corner of Felton & Broadway St.
Sample topics we will discuss:
- What distinguishes MIP from other psychoanalytic institutes?
- What is meant by “Comparative Psychoanalysis?”
- What are the differences between the Fellowships and Training Programs?
- Why, and at what point, might one pursue training?
Founded over 30 years ago, MIP is the first comparative and multi-disciplinary psychoanalytic training institute in New England. Engaged locally, nationally, and internationally, MIP is a vibrant community of clinicians and scholars with a diversity of perspectives from classical to contemporary.
The Training Program in Psychoanalysis – 4 years of comparative courses, case supervision, and psychoanalysis.
The Postgraduate Fellowship Program – a 19-session, academic year of courses for clinicians and scholars interested in psychoanalytic theory. This program is offered in the Boston/Cambridge area and in the Pioneer Valley.
The Stechler Child & Adolescent Therapy Fellowship – a 24-session, academic year program that covers the major topics in child and adolescent psychotherapy, and is designed to help clinicians master the inherent challenges working with children.