The program may take various formats. It may build on the writings, work and practices of some of the early founders of the Institute, particularly Frieda Fromm-Reichmann and Erich Fromm, or it may focus on the “luminaries” of the Interpersonal literature (Bromberg, Greenberg, Levenson, Mitchell to name a few). The one week seminars are designed to increase international contacts between the Institute and these various international groups.
The week features presentations by senior faculty members each lasting 90 minutes including discussion. A Certificate of Attendance for the Seminar will be issued to each visitor. The cost of the program is in keeping with major psychoanalytic meetings. Given the complexity of arranging the program, a minimum enrollment of 15 mental health professionals is needed. All presentations are in English. The faculty is asked ahead of time to supply one reading relevant to his or her talk. On Tuesday morning, the visiting professionals are invited to attend the weekly Institute-wide Clinical Services meeting where either an analytic candidate presents a treatment case or where a member of the larger community presents a work in progress.
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