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The Denver Institute for Psychoanalysis also offers two programs in psychodynamic psychotherapy training (PTP). The Adult PTP and the Child & Adolescent PTP (CAP PTP) programs are designed to improve clinical skills and to demonstrate the usefulness of applying contemporary psychoanalytic thinking to a wide range of clinical, teaching, and consultative situations.
In lieu of the CAP PTP program for 2012-2014, the Institute is offering a Seminar Series on Child & Adolescent Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy for the 2012-2013 academic year. The program consists of three 8-week seminars, which can be taken individually or all together, taught by child analytic faculty from the Denver Institue for Psychoanalysis. Class size is limited to 10-12 to enable participants to present their own clinical work. Selected readings may be provided. The Denver/Metro location will be announced for each segment. This seminar is open to all mental health professionals involved in clinical work with children and/or adolescents. Institute graduates are welcome. The series will focus on the process of psychoanalytically informed psychotherapy with children, adolescents, and their parents. Click here for specific information.
For those interested in continuing education and learning opportunities, The Denver Psychoanalytic Society offers a changing program of Continuing Education Courses annually, taught by members of the Society and Faculty of the Denver Institute. A Film Series offers films followed by commentary from the film and psychoanalytic perspectives. A Friday night Lecture Series provides monthly lectures from local and national psychoanalytic thinkers on topics of current relevance. The DPS and DIP jointly sponsor a Salon Series with lectures offering psychoanalytic perspectives on a variety of topics for those contemplating more comprehensive training experiences.
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more information about these programs, schedules, courses, and registration
or application forms. More detailed information on the individual programs,
procedures and coursework can also be found in the Bulletin.