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Structure, Bylaws, and Board Minutes

The Society is a membership organization comprised of psychoanalysts, candidates (psychoanalysts-in-training), and individuals interested in the application of psychoanalytic ideas to other fields (e.g. mental health, medical, scientific, educational, and cultural). The Society sponsors workshops, seminars, and scientific meetings where members or invited guests present original papers on the theory and practice of psychoanalysis to psychoanalytic colleagues and other mental health professionals. The Society also organizes International forums, such as the biennial International Evolving British Object Relations (EBOR) conference, to promote cross-cultural discussion and debate vital to the continued development of psychoanalysis as an important form of treatment and approach to understanding human mental life.

The Institute is the training site for mental health professionals interested in psychoanalytic education from a British object relations perspective. The Institute offers training for those seeking to become International Psychoanalytical Association certified psychoanalysts. Training to become a psychoanalyst involves four years of coursework or didactic training, and several more years to complete all of the requirements for graduation, including supervised psychoanalytic clinical work (control cases), a graduation paper demonstrating theoretical and clinical mastery, and personal analysis. The Institute also provides courses for psychotherapists who want to deepen their theoretical understanding and clinical skill without committing to full psychoanalytic training.

To see a map of the organizational structure of NPSI, please click on the image below.

NPSI Organizational Chart 

Bylaws

NPSI Bylaws November 2016 

Strategic Plan

NPSI Strategic Plan

 

Annual Meeting Minutes and Committee Reports

November 16, 2016 Annual Meeting Minutes and Committee Reports

December 2, 2015 Annual Meeting Minutes and Committee Reports

October 1, 2014 Annual Meeting Minutes and Committee Reports

 

Board Meeting Minutes

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