The Institute for Psychoanalysis, with cooperation of the Chicago Psychoanalytic Society, is now accepting applications for its fellowship program for 2017-18. Fellowships run for one year beginning in September. The Psychoanalytic Fellowship Program is offered at no cost to participants.
Psychoanalytic Fellows are advanced trainees and recent graduates in psychiatry, psychology, and social work who have significant interest in psychoanalysis as a body of knowledge and as a framework with which to understand and carry out therapeutic work.
The Institute Fellowship program will include:
Monthly two-hour seminar on a Saturday morning led by a member of the Institute faculty. Relevant readings will be suggested.
Four clinical case conferences will offer Fellows the opportunity to present clinical work for discussion with faculty and peers.
Mentorship by an Institute faculty member. Mentors and Fellows will meet monthly to discuss therapeutic issues, papers, research, and other topics of interest to the Fellow.
Free entry as a guest to the scientific meetings held by the Chicago Institute and those sponsored by the Chicago Psychoanalytic Society during the Fellowship year.
Qualified candidates applying to be Psychoanalytic Fellows should submit the following:
Two-page or shorter personal essay describing the development of your interest in psychoanalysis and the application of psychoanalytic concepts
One letter of recommendation from a faculty member or supervisor with direct knowledge of your therapeutic work with individuals
Your current curriculum vitae
Applications for the Institute Fellows program must be received by August 1. Fellowships will be announced in early September.
Please send submission materials to:
Ms. Christine Susman
Institute for Psychoanalysis
122 South Michigan Ave., Suite 1300
Chicago, IL 60603
For further details, please contact Ms. Christine Susman at 312-922-7474, ext. 301 or by e-mail.
Director of the Fellowship Program: Dale Gody, PhD
The Institute for Psychoanalysis does not discriminate on the basis of age, race, color, and national or ethnic origin