who have evolved psychoanalytic practice in meaningful ways.
This intensive program trains 20 interns over a two year period during which time they provide clinical services and receive training and supervision from some of the Bay Area's top
clinicians. All interns receive a minimum of two hours per week of individual supervision and participate in a didactic curriculum designed to support their work within the community clinic. Seminars are progressive throughout the two-year period and are designed to facilitate the building of interns’ clinical thinking, and the development of their clinical voices within the psychoanalytic tradition.
build a supportive community of peers and professionals to bolster
their growth and education.
Immersion is everything. There are many dimensions to the internship: reading, discussion, theory, cohort relationships, specialized training, classes, group and one-on-one support. All this makes up about one-half of each week. The other half is spent providing therapy to patients, many whom are seen multiple times per week and for the entire 2-years of the internship.
You can help ensure
that everyone has access
to high-quality mental health care
Gives a young adult access to therapy
and medication to treat her depression
–Jeremy Mintz, Intern 2012-14