THE 2019 ONLINE INTENSIVE PSYCHOANALYTIC PSYCHOTHERAPY PROGRAM (THE ONLINE IPPP) will meet on Wednesdays from January 9, 2019 to August 7, 2019 from 9:00AM - 11:45AM EST.
The Online IPPP is a 28-week, practice oriented, totally interactive educational program. It is designed for working clinicians who wish to learn the Interpersonal psychoanalytic perspective but are unable to come to New York City to participate in our in-person program. The Online IPPP will be conducted via ZOOM, an online interactive teaching medium, which is used by many universities for interactive distance learning. Both the New York based and the Online IPPP programs enable students to deepen their clinical work and learn to apply new theoretical concepts to clinical situations. Through coursework, clinical case seminars and a collegial peer experience, clinicians will learn to approach their work with an increasingly sophisticated psychodynamic sensibility.
Wednesdays 1/9/19 - 8/7/19
Weekly training consists of two elements: lectures in theory and group case seminars. The 28 week program is comprised of four modules, each seven weeks in duration. Training will be held online on Wednesdays from 1/9/19 to 8/7/19. The theory class is 75 minutes long, with a 15 minute break, followed by the group case seminar for another 75 minutes. Based on teacher schedules, the order of the two classes may occasionally be flipped.
9:00AM - 10:15AM ET
Module 1: Consultation and Beginning a Treatment
Module 2: Key Concepts in Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy
Module 3: Child Development and Adult Psychotherapy
Module 4: Listening, Formulating and Intervening
Group Case Seminars:
10:30AM - 11:45AM ET
The group case seminars provide the opportunity for expanding and deepening the understanding of theory with clinical material presented by students. These group case seminars are similarly divided into four modules of seven weeks each and develop the material in the theory classes.
The IPPP program fosters collegiality and involvement in the overall White Institute community. Online relationships between students in the class are encouraged. All participants will receive a complementary online copy of the Institute's internationally acclaimed journal, Contemporary Psychoanalysis.
DATES FOR 2019 ONLINE IPPP TRAINING
Module I: 1/9/19-2/20/19
Module II: 3/6/19-4/17/19
Module III: 5/1/19-6/12/19
Module IV: 6/26/19-8/7/19
Please note, the instructor may schedule a makeup session during the interim week between modules, if necessary.
Tuition is $3,000 and is nonrefundable.
Please complete the application form online with a $75 application fee paid via PayPal. Applications will be considered on a rolling basis as they are received. You will be contacted for your personal online interview.
Applicants are required to carry professional liability insurance.
Applicants are expected to have their own psychotherapy patients for discussion in the theoretical class and the group case seminar. The discussion about student cases is not supervision; rather it is teaching of interpersonal technique using student cases. All students are expected to be in supervision outside of the program.
Applicants must be licensed mental health professionals including but not limited to psychiatrists, psychologists, social workers, nurse practitioners, family therapists, couples therapists and art therapists. Others whose licensed scope of practice includes the practice of psychotherapy, either privately or in institutional settings, may also apply. International students are welcome to apply.
Applicants' level of familiarity with psychodynamic thinking and personal experience in psychotherapy or psychoanalysis are considered in the admission process. Because being in individual treatment contributes to doing good clinical work, we strongly recommend students be in their own treatment to maximize the benefit of being in the Online IPPP program. Similarly, we strongly encourage all participants to be in individual local supervision.
HISTORY OF THE WILLIAM ALANSON WHITE INSTITUTE
The White Institute was founded in 1943 by interpersonal psychoanalysts Harry Stack Sullivan, Clara Thompson, Frieda Fromm-Reichmann and Eric Fromm, among others. Our primary function has always been and continues to be the training of psychoanalysts. Over a decade ago we started training psychotherapists in our in-person IPPP program. In 2016 we expanded this training to therapists online with Russian translation. We are now expanding our online training of therapists to English speaking students.
The White institute's analytic position is Interpersonal. This position was shaped by the founders' belief in the continuous, unconscious, mutual influence of the analyst and patient upon one another. Interpersonal psychoanalysis and psychotherapy are thus two-person experiences because both the analyst and patient are affected by their pasts as they are embedded in the present. These interpersonal theories are threaded into the body of analytic theory presented in the Online IPPP clinical theory lectures and group case seminars.
CERTIFICATE OF COMPLETION AND CME/CE/CEU CREDITS
A certificate of completion of coursework is awarded at the end of the course. 70 CME credits are available for physicians. CE credits may be available for other professions on a state-by-state basis.
If you have further questions before applying, please feel free to contact the Director of the program, Karen G. Gennaro, MD at firstname.lastname@example.org. Please type "Online IPPP" in the subject line. Thank you.