Content provided by the Michigan Psychoanalytic Council (MPCPSA.ORG).
Copyright 2004-2005 Michigan Psychoanalytic Council. All Rights Reserved.

 

THE  MICHIGAN PSYCHOANALYTIC COUNCIL

 

PSYCHOANALYTIC PSYCHOTHERAPY

STUDY PROGRAM

 

FALL, 2005

The Michigan psychoanalytic Council will offer classes in Psychoanalytic

Psychotherapy beginning in the Fall of 2005.  The program is designed

to enhance clinical work of the students.

 

TWO YEAR PROGRAM

The courses are divided into a first year and a second year sequence

that can lead to basic and advanced certificates of study.  The faculty

is made up of MPC members who are seasoned psychoanalysts and

psychotherapists.

 

FLEXIBILITY

The program is designed to emphasize flexibility for both faculty and

students. Faculty will be able to schedule classes during the week or

weekend, for 1 1/2 hours or 6 hours. Students will have flexibility in

choosing courses and can take all or some courses.

 

CASE CONFERENCE

To help students better integrate the theory and technique, fifty percent

of all class time will be dedicated to case consultation.

 

COURSES

Courses on Freud, development from birth to older adult, objects relations, self

psychology, technique, relational theory, transference and counter-

transference, dreams, gender issues and cultural issues, and

ethics are taught in the program.

 

For program details, click here.

 

For the 2005-2006 course schedule, click here

 

 

Please feel free to contact us if you have any questions.

 

Jeff Glindmeyer, Ed.D.                    Sue Zager, MSW

(269) 342-8977                               (517) 484-5065