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Psychoanalysis and psychotherapy

Southeast Florida Institute for Psychoanalysis and Psychotherapy (SEFIPP) offers a variety of programs to accommodate individual interests, desires and time frames. The curriculum emphasizes the value of diversity and the broad scope of contemporary psychoanalytic theory and practice.

SEFIPP's distinguished multidisciplinary Core Faculty and Visiting Faculty are committed to presenting psychoanalytic ideas in a form that will enhance learning and enrich clinical skills through critical discourse and comparative inquiry.

Long distance learning is available by way of videoconferencing.

All mental health professionals, persons with advanced degrees in their disciplines and graduate students can enroll in the following one-year programs:

  • Contemporary Psychodynamic Case Seminars (CPCS)

  • Introduction to Psychoanalytic Thinking: Theory & Practice (IPT):

Completion of this one year didactic and clinical program makes one eligible to apply for:

  • The Training Program in Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy (TPPP) - Two-Year Program

  • The Training Program in Psychoanalysis (TPP) - Four-Year Program

Convenient payment plans available for all programs. For information and application contact Cristina Virsida, Administrator, (954) 597-0820.

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Tamara McClintock Greenberg, PsyD, MS, Editor