New Community Partnership!
BPSI is thrilled to announce our first ever community partnership with the Center for Early Relationship Support (CERS) at Jewish Family & Children's Service (JF&CS). CERS is an example of an agency that applies psychoanalytic principles at the community level to effect change and support healthy relationships.
Working with Immigrant Families with Young Children: Promoting Resiliency in the Face of Trauma, Loss, and Fear
(The 2019 Early Childhood Conference) A panel of three experts will address the emotional and social impact of immigration, provide an overview of recent immigration policy changes, and discuss the traumatic nature of separation on the development and well-being of young children.
"Psychoanalysis in My Life: An Intellectual Memoir", an article by this month's BPSI author, Murray M. Schwartz, PhD. Click the banner to read an excerpt of the content.
Giving to BPSI...
Helps reduce financial barriers to enrollment through a generous scholarship program, Deepens public awareness through “Explorations in Mind” classes open to the community, Supports our robust outreach program to engage the next generation of psychoanalytically trained clinicians and scholars.
BPSI holds hundreds of private and public events throughout the year.
Promoting the exchange of ideas and collaborative activities with the academic communities of the Arts and Sciences.
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