The psychoanalysis training program prepares practitioners to practice psychoanalysis, a treatment that enables those patients who are able to utilize an insight-oriented, self-exploratory approach to work at a greater depth and achieve fuller change than is generally possible in psychoanalytic psychotherapy.
Psychoanalysis is a discipline that studies human development, human relationships, mental health, and mental illness as outcomes of the unique interaction among each individual’s thoughts, feelings, behaviors, culture, and environment. Psychoanalysis is also a treatment method that focuses upon a systematic exploration of unconscious phenomena, as well as on the conscious, neurobiological, and social phenomena upon which other treatment modalities concentrate.
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Candidates embarking upon their training may choose to focus on psychoanalytic work with adults, with children (our child-focused program), or both (our “combined” program).