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Ullman, C. (2011). On: Letter from Jerusalem. Int. J. Psycho-Anal., 92(4):1047-1047.

(2011). International Journal of Psycho-Analysis, 92(4):1047-1047

Letters to the Editors

On: Letter from Jerusalem Related Papers

Chana Ullman, M.D.

Dear Editors,

We wish to respond to Prof. Erlich's reference to our institute, the Tel Aviv Institute of Contemporary Psychoanalysis (Erlich, 2010).

Our institute was established 11 years ago with the active support of senior psychoanalysts from the international community (e.g. Stephen Mitchell, Paul Ornstein, Neville Symington) and training analysts from the Israeli Psychoanalytic Society. The Tel Aviv Institute of Contemporary Psychoanalysis has steadily grown, with 10-12 candidates admitted each year. We now have 100 members including scores of analysts trained at TAICP. Our members take part in international boards of psychoanalytic organizations, publish and teach in Israel and in various psychoanalytic institutes around the world. Like many other institutes, we require personal analysis and a minimum of two analytic cases supervised by training analysts, and a four-year curriculum. Our institute has unique features including, for example, the right to elect and be elected to all institute committees from the second year of candidacy.

The establishment of TAICP enlivened the psychoanalytic professional scene in Israel, and resulted in an increase in the number of candidates applying to both institutes.

We value dialogical tension between multiple psychoanalytic perspectives. Our training procedures are similar to those practiced by many institutes around the world and we are pleased that many members of the international psychoanalytic community share our perspective, and in fact now support changes in similar directions in other institutes.

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