Students at NYGSP are prepared to apply their psychoanalytic training to a wide variety of populations in a wide variety of settings. Graduates of our programs are employed in mental health agencies, school systems, universities, profit and non-profit organizations, and private practice.
Before entering the Master's program, Ms. Dimitstein served as an administrative director for a religious congregation in Brooklyn. Though she was successful and respected, the work ultimately did not satisfy her. She was looking for a vocation that provided for a living and, in her words, "was self fulfilling". MORE>
Prior to embarking on his Master's, Mr. Gatsiounis was a talk radio host on WNYE 91.5 FM in New York City. He is currently pursuing his Psy.D. and intends to open a private psychoanlytic practice in the future. MORE>
Juliane Maxwald earned her MA in Psychoanalysis from NYGSP in 2006 and is currently working towards her license in psychoanalysis. She is employed as an addictions therapist and is a NY state credentialed alcoholism and substance abuse counselor. MORE>
After receiving her Master’s degree, Ms. Oppenheim became a founding member of The Adoption Circle at the Center for Modern Psychoanalytic Studies. She was instrumental in conceptualizing a group presentation on adoption for mental health professionals and the adoption community. MORE>
Mr. Talbot's years at NYGSP allowed him to deepen his understanding of the psychodynamics of terrorism. After capping his Master's degree with a thesis on Osama bin Laden, he completed a manuscript of a terrorism thriller. MORE>