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, social work and professional counseling, the program consists of monthly seminars presented by psychoanalysts on clinically-related topics. Fellows are also welcome to attend Scientific Meetings and other conferences offered by the Center.
The Combined Child and Adolescent Fellowship Program and Candidate Seminar is a new, tuition-free program for advanced trainees and graduates in Psychiatry, Psychology, Clinical Social Work and Professional Counseling who have an interest in clinical work with children and adolescents. The Fellowship Program focuses on the study of psychodynamic/psychoanalytic theory and technique as a body of knowledge and framework with which to understand and carry out therapeutic work. Fellows will have an opportunity to present their child psychotherapy cases. Other benefits for Fellows include invitations to the Center’s Psychoanalytic Scientific Meetings and waivers of application fees for local conferences sponsored by the WBCP.