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Cherry, S. Rosenberg, M. Caligor, E. (2018). Teaching Psychotherapy to Psychoanalytic Candidates. J. Amer. Psychoanal. Assn., 66(6):1051-1064.
  

(2018). Journal of the American Psychoanalytic Association, 66(6):1051-1064

Teaching Psychotherapy to Psychoanalytic Candidates

Sabrina Cherry, Michele Rosenberg and Eve Caligor

Psychoanalytic institutes have developed a variety of approaches to address the reality that psychoanalytically trained clinicians generally practice more psychodynamic psychotherapy than they do formal psychoanalysis. At the Columbia University Center for Psychoanalytic Training and Research we developed a course for advanced candidates challenging them to integrate what they have learned about doing psychoanalysis during training with their ongoing fund of knowledge about psychotherapy practice. We encourage them to consider how they select treatments and to reflect on similarities and differences between the two modalities with regard to listening, selecting a focus, intervening, and managing the relationship. We also discuss how they approach terminations and how they transition between psychoanalysis and psychotherapy. We selectively use the psychotherapy research literature grounded in the common factors approach in order to update candidates about current knowledge in the field.

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