NYGSP works in cooperation with our partners at CMPS to bring you a wide range of events and public courses to bring you new insights and clinical applications of psychoanalytic study. We welcome people with diverse interests, backgrounds, and ages to come together to explore how the unconscious is manifested in the world. We will consider how the search for a deeper understanding of the human condition is a challenging task, but one that can enhance life experiences.
Open House and Information Sessions
Open House and Information Sessions are an excellent opportunities to see the school and learn about the NYGSP experience, academic programs, psychoanalytic training, the admissions process, financial aid, and much more.
During these events, learn how our program provides a solid foundation in psychoanalytic theory, and for those who desire it, a comprehensive preparation for psychoanalytic training. Also discover how graduates of NYGSP go on for licensure training with our partners at the Center for Modern Psychoanalytic Studies (where they gain an advanced placement).
Check out our events calendar for an upcoming Open House and Informational Session.
Survey Courses Open To The Public
Introduction to Modern Psychoanalysis
Ten Mondays: February 6 to May 1 (class does not meet February 20, April 3, and 10)
This popular course offers the fundamentals of modern psychoanalytic theory and technique to those considering psychoanalytic training. Topics include transference, resistance, countertransference, and emotional communication. Open to clinicians and the public.
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The One-Year Program in Modern Psychoanalysis offers a solid foundation in modern psychoanalytic theory and technique. The four component courses are designed to be useful to practitioners and non-practitioners alike. An introduction to psychological development, both healthy and distorted, imparts an understanding of the rationale for psychoanalytic treatment. Key aspects of the treatment process, including transference, resistance, countertransference, and analytic listening, are studied from the perspectives of patient and practitioner. Participants gain a sense of themselves as therapeutic agents and begin to develop skills applicable in both clinical and other life situations. Classes are taught in a supportive, discussion-oriented format. Continuing education credits are offered to psychoanalysts, psychologists, and social workers.
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CMPS Annual Conference
A Conspiracy of Silence: Identifying Racism in the Consulting Room and Analytic Institute
Saturday, November 5, 2022
9:15 AM – 4:00 PM
BEVERLY STOUTE AND ANTON HART
Silence is an essential clinical tool that can be used to facilitate analytic work, from developing the transference to regulating frustration and communicating feeling. However, a form of “learned silence” can drown out this therapeutic quiet, particularly with regard to confronting racism in our consultation rooms. This conference will explore the ways we avoid our patients’ racial traumas and fail to address prejudice in our training institutes. Facing these learned silences, which often take the form of countertransference resistance, can expand our clinical vocabulary, promote richer communication between patient and analyst, and deepen the analytic work.
Beverly J. Stoute, MD, is a child, adolescent, and adult psychiatrist and psychoanalyst. She is Co-Chair of the Holmes Commission on Racial Equality of the American Psychoanalytic Association; a training and supervising analyst at the Emory University Psychoanalytic Institute; a child and adolescent supervising analyst at The New York Psychoanalytic Institute, of which she is a graduate; adjunct associate professor of psychiatry and behavioral sciences at Emory University School of Medicine; and adjunct clinical associate professor of psychiatry and behavioral sciences at Morehouse School of Medicine. She is a founding member of Black Psychoanalysts Speak. She is in full-time private practice in Atlanta.
Anton Hart, PhD, FABP, is a training and supervising analyst and instructor at The William Alanson White Institute in New York City. He is a member of the International Psychoanalytical Association and the American Psychoanalytic Association (APsaA), and is Chair of the Diversities Section of APsaA’s Department of Psychoanalytic Education. He is a founding member of Black Psychoanalysts Speak. He is in full-time private practice in New York City.
Admission $150 | Student with ID $40
Richard J. Sacks, Conference Chair
Welcome and Introduction of Speakers
Curtailed Curiosity: Anxieties About Openness to Others
Beverly J. Stoute
Race, Racism and Rage in the Psychoanalytic Space:
A Template of Enactment
Small-group discussions of morning presentations, including
personal reactions to theoretical material and clinical implications
Roundtable: Michael Sendrow, Moderator
Anton Hart, Beverly J. Stoute, Jennifer Coonce, David Robinson
Audience Questions and Answers
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