Every winter, the Massachusetts Institute for Psychoanalysis (MIP) holds an annual Open House to allow prospective candidates, fellows, and members an opportunity to get to know what MIP is all about. Below are details:
MIP OPEN HOUSE:
PSYCHOANALYTIC TRAINING for the 21st CENTURY
MIP analysts, candidates, and fellows reflect on their experiences and respond to questions from those who are curious about psychoanalytic training and practice
Wed. Feb. 6, 2019 ** 7:30 to 10:00 p.m.
20 Quincy Street, Cambridge
Light refreshments will be served
Moderators: Pat Harney, Ph.D. & David Kemmerer, Ph.D. (Admissions Co-Chairs)
In the 2019-2020 academic year, MIP will be offering 4 comparative programs in psychoanalytic psychotherapy and psychoanalysis:
The Training Program in Psychoanalysis includes four years of courses in psychoanalytic technique and theory, as well as supervised psychoanalytic work. Faculty members are drawn from among the outstanding psychoanalytic teachers and supervisors in the Boston area, as well as nationally.
An Advanced Candidate Training Program in Psychoanalysis is available for those clinicians (ten years or more post-licensure) who have had significant experience conducting intensive, psychoanalytically – oriented treatment, and have been engaged in self-directed psychoanalytic study and personal analysis.
The 19 session Postgraduate Fellowship Program gives mental health clinicians and scholars interested in psychoanalytic theory, an opportunity to explore a wide range of approaches to the treatment process and its theoretical underpinnings.
The Stechler Child & Adolescent Therapy Fellowship is 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.