Training Program

INTERNATIONAL PSYCHOANALYTICAL ASSOCIATION

19th ANNUAL RESEARCH TRAINING PROGRAMME

Together with the Psychoanalytic Psychodynamic Research Society (PPRS)

Yale University, July 12-17, 2015

See link below for flier with detailed information

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photo(11)photoClick here for a downloadable flier with details about the program, and that you can use to spread the word about the Research Training Program.

Further Information

Those interested should write to:
Linda Mayes, M.D.
Yale Child Study Center
230 S. Frontage Road
New Haven, CT 06520
Telephone: 203-785-7211
203-785-3502
Fax: 203-785-7926
E-mail: Linda.Mayes@yale.edu

Other information also available from:

  • International Journal of Psychoanalysis (1997), vol 78, pp. 643-651
  • The American Psychoanalyst, Dec. 2004
  • Ask members of the faculty listed below or send an email to linda.mayes@yale.edu

Recent and/or current faculty:

  • Peter Fonagy, Ph.D.
  • Patrick Luyten, Ph.D.
  • Mary Target, Ph.D.
  • Andrew Gerber, M.D., Ph.D.
  • Carl Lejuez, Ph.D.
  • Susan Bers, Ph.D.
  • John Clarkin, Ph.D.
  • David Reiss, M.D.
  • John Auerbach, Ph.D.
  • Robert Waldinger, M.D.
  • Helena Rutherford, Ph.D.
  • Linda Mayes, M.D.
  • Chris Fowler, Ph.D.
  • Golan Sharar, Ph.D.
  • Steven Huprich, Ph.D.

How To Apply

Applicants need to come with a research project/question and a beginning research
design that they want consultation on. They also need to be prepared to present their ideas
to the research group.

Those interested should write to: Linda Mayes, linda.mayes@yale.eduwith copy to paula.barkay@neuropsa.org

The deadline for applications is April 15, 2015.

The application should include (please keep to a maximum of 6 pages total):

  1. A brief CV
  2. A 200 word abstract of the applicant’s research interests and goals
  3. A description of the applicant’s current research involvement and the project the applicant plans to present at the meeting including details on the research plan and design (up to 4 pages)
  4. A set of questions for which the applicant is seeking research consultation (up to 1 page)
  5. For predoctoral applicants — a letter from the dissertation advisor stating support for the applicant’s seeking consultation