The Fellowship Program is now accepting applicants for the 2019-2020 program. The deadline is July 15.
The Fellowship Program is a one-year program designed for individuals who have a significant interest in psychoanalysis as a body of knowledge and as a framework with which to understand and carry out therapeutic efforts. Intended for advanced graduate students and residents as well as recent graduates in Psychiatry, Psychology and Social Work, the program at its core consists of monthly seminars presented by psychoanalysts on clinically-related topics. Fellows are also welcome to attend Forums on Psychoanalysis and other conferences offered by the WBCP.
The Program Will Include
▪ Special lectures, seminars and case conferences arranged for Fellows and held monthly on ten Saturday mornings for two hours each throughout the academic year. Meetings are held at the Woman's Club of Laurel, 384 Main St, Laurel, MD 20707
▪ A WBCP member assigned to each Fellow to meet individually and as a group to discuss therapeutic issues, papers, research and other relevant topics.
▪ Invitations to the psychoanalytic forums held by the WBCP.
▪ Waiver of registration fees for local conferences sponsored by the WBCP.
The Application Process
Those interested in applying to the Center's Fellowship Program should submit the following information:
1. A short personal essay (two pages maximum) describing the development of your interest in the application of psychoanalytic and/or psychodynamic concepts.
2. Two letters of recommendation from professionals having direct knowledge of your therapeutic work with individuals.
3. Your current curriculum vitae.
Applications for the Center's Fellowship Program must be received by July 15. Fellowships will be announced in early September. Please send completed applications to Ms. Elizabeth Manne, Executive Director, Washington Baltimore Center for Psychoanalysis, Inc., 14900 Sweitzer Lane, Suite 202, Laurel, Maryland 20707. For telephone inquiries, you may call the Center at (301) 470-3635; (410) 792-8060.; or (202)-237-1854. If you need additional information, please contact either Anita Bryce, PhD (703) 734-9287, or Arthur Stein, MD (202) 362-3978.
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