Listening to Deepening Analytic Work
Contemporary psychoanalysis offers a rich and transformative therapeutic tool to alleviate suffering. Please join us virtually to hear a BPSI candidate present their deepening work to a senior analyst which will offer a lens into the therapeutic action of psychoanalysis. There will be ample time for questions and discussion about the clinical process and about the presenter’s experience as a candidate in analytic training.
Fantasy, Creativity and the World We Live In
Since Freud, many other psychoanalytic writers have added their reflections on the nature and functions of creativity, questioning the compensatory function of art. How can we understand creative processes today? How are fantasy and creative imagination related to one another, to therapeutic processes, and to our shared outer worlds?
Training Open House
Please join our current trainees and faculty to learn about the various psychotherapy and psychoanalytic programs that BPSI offers. Trainees will share their experiences of training and we will provide information about admissions, program requirements, and scholarship assistance. There will be ample time for your questions.
"Trauma and Representation," an article by this month's BPSI author, Lawrence J. Brown. Click the banner to read an excerpt of the content.
BPSI Psychoanalysts and Psychotherapists provide treatment in offices located throughout the Boston, north shore, south shore and metro west area.
Our Anti-Racism pledge is a public commitment to acknowledge the history of race and racism as a shared problem that must be addressed by psychoanalysis, as a fundamental issue of human rights, and to give sustained attention to values, priorities, and efforts to achieve meaningful change.
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