This one year program meets Thursday evenings from 7:15 p.m. - 10:00 p.m. for 28 weeks from October to May. A certificate of attendance is awarded upon successful completion of the program. The second year program meets Thursday evenings for 28 weeks from October to May.
The IPPP consists of three components: Clinical Seminars, Case Conferences, and Individual Supervision
The first year Clinical Seminars are divided into four seven week modules:
- Beginning Intensive Psychotherapy
- Key Concepts in Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy
- Listening, Formulating and Intervening
- Clinical Issues and Potential Impasses
The Case Conferences are also divided into four modules and follow the seminar curriculum, expanding and deepening the learning process with clinical material by the participants and instructors.
Individual weekly Supervision will be available in the private offices of the program faculty at a time to be arranged. All supervisors are active faculty, including Training and Supervising Analysts and Supervisors of Psychotherapy of the William Alanson White Institute. Fees for supervision are included in the program tuition.
Additional Clinical Seminars
All participants and graduates of IPPP are invited to the Institute’s open Tuesday morning Clinical Services Meetings and the White Society’s Colloquia.