What is it about?
We have a Psychoanalysis Minor, a collection of courses, the capstone of which engages undergraduate students with an actual psychoanalytic Institute where students meet and listen to analysts - their cases and their writing.
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Why is it important?
We want this issue to stand as a paradigm for other undergraduate colleges to institute psychoanalysis minors/studies programs and to engage their students with Psychoanalytic Institutes across the country. We believe such collaborations are essential to further the study of psychoanalysis in the USA, and that this can be done successfully by introducing undergraduate students to its study, both clinically and professionally. We hope programs like this will help to boost psychoanalytic study and practice across this country in the future.
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This page is a summary of: Epilogue: Psychoanalysis and Undergraduate Education: A National Picture and Hopes for the Future, Psychoanalytic Inquiry, August 2019, Taylor & Francis, DOI: 10.1080/07351690.2019.1637669.
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