THE AMERICAN INSTITUTE FOR PSYCHOANALYSIS The second oldest Psychoanalytic Institute in New York ● Established in 1941329 East 62nd Street ● New York, NY 10065 ● aipnyc.org ● firstname.lastname@example.orgMember of the American Psychoanalytic Association & International Psychoanalytical Association
We invite you to meet our Faculty and Students at our Virtual OPEN HOUSE Monday, June 1, 2020 (7:30 PM – 8:30 PM)
Wholeheartedness in the treatment of trauma: Special considerations during the Covid-19 pandemic
This presentation examines wholeheartedness and basic anxiety as fundamental concepts of Horney’s theory and their relevance in working with patients during the Covid-19 pandemic. How do we attend to the sequelae of trauma our patients are now (re)experiencing, in tandem with our own? A wholehearted approach offers something essential during these challenging times, as it relates to the analysts’ ongoing attempts to be fully present for our patients while acknowledging and attending to our own personal variables and inner conflicts.
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Certificate Program in Psychoanalysis
Licensure Qualifying Program in Psychoanalysis
Two-Year Training Program in Psychodynamic Psychotherapy
A broad-based contemporary curriculum with practical relevance to everyday clinical practice
Inclusion of Karen Horney’s theory of split and conflicted self
Reduced fee for analysis/psychotherapy and supervision
Private practice development through our active Referral Service
Opportunity for membership in the American Psychoanalytic Association and the International Psychoanalytical Association
Possibility of earning hours towards licensure at the Karen Horney Clinic, an Article 31 Licensed OMH Facility.
For more information please contact
Kenneth Winarick, PhD, Director of Academic Affairs at 917-369-1721