The Adult Psychotherapy Clinic of the Institute for Psychoanalysis is pleased to offer a two year, part time fellowship program for clinicians who wish to study and improve their skills in the psychotherapy of adults using psychoanalytic principles.

Fellows will:

  • Carry a caseload of a minimum of 6 clinical hours per week and receive weekly supervision with a psychoanalyst.
  • Receive weekly supervision with a graduate analyst.
  • Attend clinical and administrative staff meetings with the APC staff therapists
  • Meet with Clinic Director biweekly for trainee case conference
  • Have the use of the Institute Library and PEP Archive
  • Receive complimentary admission to all Institute conferences and workshops.

Eligibility requirements:

  • As a minimum, applicants must have a master’s degree in Social Work, Psychology, Counseling or its equivalent and be eligible for LSW, LCP licensure or its equivalent. 
  • Onsite requirements: Patient hours may be scheduled at the fellows’ convenience, dependent on office availability and patients scheduling needs. Fellows must be available on Tuesday mornings for staff and educational meetings.

At the successful completion of the Fellowship, fellows may, if they are licensed, take their patients into their own practices.  

Program Fees*:

Psychotherapy Fellowship Fee:  $2000 per year

*Tuition & fees may change annually. 

To Apply:

Click here to download application. Click here to download reference information form.

For priority consideration, please submit your materials by May 1.  Each applicant will also have a personal interview.

For further information, please contact:

Judith Newman, LCSW
Chicago Institute for Psychoanalysis
Training and Supervising Analyst
Director, Adult Psychotherapy Clinic


The Institute for Psychoanalysis does not discriminate on the basis of age, race, color, and national or ethnic origin.