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    March 30th - Transgendered Identities Symposium 3-5 PM

    April – Understanding & Treating Children & Adolescents Thursday night workshops

    April 27th 2014 - Spring Workshop Intensive I

    June 8th 2014 - Summer Workshop Intensive II

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  • 1-YEAR PSYCHOANALYTICALLY-ORIENTED PSYCHOTHERAPY CERTIFICATE PROGRAM

  • 1-YEAR PSYCHOANALYTICALLY-ORIENTED PSYCHOTHERAPY CERTIFICATE PROGRAM The 1-Year Psychoanalytically-Oriented Psychotherapy Certificate Program provides a foundation of the principles, theories, and techniques of psychoanalysis. This course will enable the participants to identify and utilize the four major clinical concepts of psychoanalysis: unconscious process, transference, resistance, and countertransference. More
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The New Jersey Institute

The New Jersey Institute offers comprehensive psychoanalytic training in a supportive, environment, preparing our candidates to effectively meet the challenge of depth clinical practice.

NJI offers its students the opportunity to train at their own pace and the flexibility to tailor the candidate's program to meet their respective needs. The Institute presents a Certified Adult Psychoanalytic Program, Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy Program, Child and Adolescent Psychotherapy Studies Program, the Group Psychotherapy Program, the Supervision of the Psychoanalytic Process Program. The Institute was founded in 1972 and has graduated over 90 psychoanalysts.

In addition to our regular training curriculum, NJI sponsors a number of short-term spring and summer workshops, training seminars, and conferences. We obtain approval for Continuing Education Credits from the National Board of Certified Counselors (NBCC), The NJ State Board of Social Work Examiners, the N. J. Society for Clinical Social Workers and we are also providers for New Jersey Professional Development.

When a candidate is accepted at NJI, the candidate begins a journey of learning, steeped in the rich tradition of psychoanalysis. However, NJI is also a psychoanalytic community of candidates, members and faculty in which professional relationships and personal friendships are developed.

Please call or e-mail for your free information packet, and check the link to the upcoming calendar for special programs and seminars.

We hope you too can be part of our community. We are a charter member and accredited by the American Board for Accreditation in Psychoanalysis, Inc. (ABAP).
  • 1-Year Child & Adolescent Psychotherapy Studies Certificate Program
  • Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy Program
  • Certified Psychoanalytic Program (5 years)
  • 1-Year Child & Adolescent Psychotherapy Studies Certificate Program

    The Child and Adolescent Psychotherapy Studies Program will provide a theoretical framework and practical approach to understanding human development which will enhance clinical skills. Participants will increase their knowledge of how the mind of the child unfolds through patterns of behavior, attachment styles, regression, repetition, fixation, and the development of personality. Untangling the web of conflict between parent and child will be explored through the lens of developmental milestones. Join us on our journey. More
  • Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy Program
    (3 years)

    In addition to evening classes, we are now Accepting Applications for New Day Program on Wednesdays-Starting October 8th, 2014
    This program has been designed to enrich the work of clinical practitioners and professionals in various disciplines by introducing them to psychoanalytic principles, theories, and techniques. By understanding the concepts of transference and resistance, the candidate will be able to work with a wide variety of patients and acquire the skills to develop a better theoretical framework and a practical approach for an effective clinical practice. More
  • Certified Psychoanalytic Program (5 years)

    This program is the first formal psychoanalytic training program for nonmedical professionals in the State of New Jersey to be accredited by the National Association for the Advancement of Psychoanalysis, Inc. (NAAP). Its purpose is to graduate skilled psychoanalysts who are able to function independently in private practice. To this end, candidates are provided with clinical experience at the Institute’s low-cost Clinic of NJI Inc. and are helped in becoming established in the private practice of psychoanalysis. More