Desired Outcomes of the PIP
- More in-depth experience in psychodynamic psychotherapy.
- Understanding the evidence base for psychodynamic treatments.
- Skills in teaching psychodynamic clinical work.
- Readiness to embark on further training in psychoanalytic psychotherapy or psychoanalysis.
The PiP offers many educational opportunities (listed below) for residents to learn more about psychodynamics. Residents formally apply to be a Member of the PiP by the end of their PGY2 or beginning of their PGY 3 year. (Exceptions to this deadline may be made on a case by case basis.) PiP Members fulfill the requirements listed below, they enjoy the benefits of PiP Membership, and they receive a PiP certificate at graduation. Residents who are not PiP Members may participate in any of the educational programs (e.g., dinners, video seminar) as Participants.