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Gottdiener, W.H. (2007). What Psychoanalytic Institutes Must Do to Effectively Recruit Academic Clinical Psychology Researchers to Become Psychoanalytic Candidates. Psychoanal. Psychol., 24(3):496-502.

(2007). Psychoanalytic Psychology, 24(3):496-502

What Psychoanalytic Institutes Must Do to Effectively Recruit Academic Clinical Psychology Researchers to Become Psychoanalytic Candidates

William H. Gottdiener, Ph.D.

As many psychoanalysts continue to increase their interest in psychoanalytic research, there has been a concerted attempt by psychoanalytic institutes to recruit academic clinical psychology researchers into the various training programs offered at institutes. Although this goal is laudable, there are a number of issues that psychoanalytic institutes must consider to effectively recruit and retain academic clinical psychologists to become psychoanalytic candidates. First, administrators, teachers, and supervisors at psychoanalytic institutes must become aware of and appreciate the demands of professorial life, especially for junior faculty members, and second, psychoanalytic institutes must make changes that will enable them to accommodate candidates who are academic clinical psychologists.

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