New Jersey Institute for Training in Psychoanalysis

  GRIEVANCE POLICY & PROCEDURE

All candidates’ grievances should first be discussed with the candidate’s supervisor/control.  If not resolved, the supervisor/control can bring it to the Training Board.  If the matter continues to be unresolved, it should be brought to the Ethics/Grievance Committee. It the matter remains unresolved, and represents an operational problem, it should be referred to the Executive Committee, the final arbiter.

If, however, the issue has legal ramifications, or the Institute is threatened, it must be referred to the Board of Trustees, who is then the final arbiter.

Regarding faculty grievances, grievances may be brought to the Training Board.  If unresolved, the issue may be brought to the Ethics/Grievance Committee.  If the matter remains unresolved, and is an operational issue, it should be referred to the Executive Committee.  If, however, the issue has legal ramifications, or the Institute is threatened, it must be referred to the Board of Trustees, who is then the final arbiter.

Any other person, staff or volunteer has access to the Ethics/Grievance Committee, and may bring a written complaint to the chair. If the matter continues to be unresolved, and is an operational issue, it can be brought to the Executive Committee. If, however, the issue has legal ramifications, or the Institute is threatened, it must be referred to the Board of Trustees, who is then the final arbiter.

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