The Psychoanalytic Fellowship Program at NYPSI

THE PSYCHOANALYTIC FELLOWSHIP PROGRAM, Thomas DePrima, M.D., Chair

The Psychoanalytic Fellowship is a one-year program at the New York Psychoanalytic Society & Institute designed to introduce participants to modern psychoanalytic theory and practice. Fellows attend two monthly seminars. In one seminar, invited analysts from our faculty present analytic case material and join the class discussion of the case. In the other seminar, discussion and readings are used to teach psychoanalytic principles that inform current expertise in psychoanalysis as a form of therapy, psychoanalysis as a model of how the mind works, and psychoanalysis as a method of investigating clinical data.

Seminars are conducted on the second and fourth Tuesday evenings of the month during the academic year, October through May. There is no tuition fee.

Application to the Fellowship is open to candidates earning doctoral degrees in psychology and social work, residents and fellows in psychiatry, and licensed clinical social workers currently pursuing advanced training or experience in psychotherapy. June 30 is the deadline for applying for the academic year October 2017 – May 2018.

Fellows receive paid tuition for the winter meetings of the American Psychoanalytic Association and are encouraged to attend lectures at the Institute.

Interested persons should contact Dr. Thomas DePrima by email at Thomas.DePrima@gmail.com and a brief phone interview will be arranged.

The New York Psychoanalytic Society & Institute

247 East 82nd Street, New York, NY 10028-2701

T: 212.879.6900 · F: 212.879.0588

www.nypsi.org

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