This is an online program via live interactive video conference with active Russian translation designed for Russian-speaking mental health practitioners who would like to learn about the interpersonal/relational tradition of psychoanalytic psychotherapy. Including both theoretical and clinical discussions, the program aims to enhance clinical skills and theoretical understanding of working with diverse patient populations.
This is a two year program. Each year includes a 28 week program with weekly clinical theory seminars and clinical case discussions. Classes meet for 3 hours on Wednesday or Thursday from September until May. Tuition is $3,000 per year.
First year Program:
There are Four Modules; Each Module meets once per week for 7 Weeks on Thursday.
1.The Initial interview and the Early Treatment Phase
2.Child Development and Adult Psychotherapy
3.Key Concepts in Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy
4.Deepening the Therapeutic Engagement through Listening, Formulating and Intervening
RIPPP – First Year
Module One: September 5,12,26,
October 3,10,17, 24
Module Two: October 31
Module Three January 9,16,23,30
February 6,13, 20
Module Four February 27
Second Year Program:
There are Four Modules; Each Module meets once per week for 7 Weeks on Wednesday.
1.Contemporary Models of Trauma and Psychoanalysis including the role of Dissociation and Intergenerational Transmission of Trauma
2. Contemporary Object Relational Theory.
3.Eating Disorders, Compulsions and Addictions
4.Contemporary Psychoanalytic Perspectives - LBGTQ
RIPPP – Second Year
Module One: September 4,11,18,25
Module Two: October 30,
Module Three: January 8,15,22,29
Module Four: February 26
The Clinical Case discussions provide the opportunity for expanding and deepening the learning process with clinical material presented by students and faculty.
Certificates will be awarded to Participants who complete the program.
Learn more about our successful first class of students
Read an article written and published by one of our graduates.