About the White Institute

The William Alanson White Institute of Psychiatry, Psychoanalysis & Psychology has distinguished itself as one of the world's most prominent and respected psychoanalytic training and treatment centers for almost seventy-five years. Our faculty and graduates continue to make major contributions to the professional literature and to assume significant leadership roles in academic and clinical training settings and in national and international professional organizations.

Pasqual J Pantone, Ph.D.
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Summer Educational Intensive: Master Clinicians

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Whiteness / Otherness / Psychoanalysis

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Edgar Levenson discusses his ideas about psychoanalysis on the occasion of the republication of his book The Purloined Self. Introduction and commentaries by Emily Kuriloff, Alan Slomowitz and Donnel Stern. Watch the Video (password: Levenson)

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CAPTP Open House

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June 5, 2017     
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The Loss of Pleasure: or, why we are still talking about Oedipus

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June 7, 2017     
Summary: The Loss of Pleasure: or, why we are still talking about Oedipus

CAPTP Open House

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June 12, 2017     
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Honoring Bromberg at Bouley

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June 15, 2017     
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Summer Educational Intensive

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June 19, 2017 9:30 am to June 23, 2017 12:30 pm

Attending to the Patient’s Subjectivity: Complexities in the Interpersonal and Relational Traditions

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June 21, 2017     
Summary: Attending to the Patient’s Subjectivity: Complexities in the Interpersonal and Relational Traditions

Whiteness / Otherness / Psychoanalysis
The Dichotomous Construction of Whiteness and Otherness in the Psychoanalytic Field

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September 16, 2017     
Summary: Whiteness / Otherness / Psychoanalysis
The Dichotomous Construction of Whiteness and Otherness in the Psychoanalytic Field