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Blakeman, R. Haseley, D. (2015). Institutional, Financial, Legal, and Cultural Factors in a Distance Learning Program. J. Amer. Psychoanal. Assn., 63(3):469-480.

(2015). Journal of the American Psychoanalytic Association, 63(3):469-480

Institutional, Financial, Legal, and Cultural Factors in a Distance Learning Program

Rachel Blakeman and Dennis Haseley

As psychoanalytic institutes evolve, adapting to the contemporary financial and social environment, the integration of new technologies into psychoanalytic education presents opportunities for expansion to candidates residing beyond the usual geographic boundaries. While the teaching of analytic content through distance learning programs appears to be relatively straightforward, factors including legalities, traditional mindsets, and cross-cultural issues need to be considered as complicating the situation, as illustrated by one U.S. institute's distance learning initiative with a group in South Korea.

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