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May 19, 2017

Sexuality in the Consulting Room

What happens when patients talk openly and even vividly about sex? Roberto Colangeli, 4th-year candidate, describes such an encounter with...

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April 28, 2017

The Psychoanalytic Community: Becoming an Analyst

For the next installment in our series on psychoanalytic community, MIP graduate Christopher Bandini traces his professional journey -- from...

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March 6, 2017

The Psychoanalytic Community: MIP Candidates Speak

What’s an institute without its candidates? The Manhattan Institute’s candidates come from all walks of life, entering into training at...

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February 9, 2017

The Psychoanalytic Community: My “Attachment” to the Manhattan Institute

In our ongoing series on psychoanalytic community, Naomi Cutner, LCSW, incoming co-director of MIP, explores her attachment to the institute....

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November 28, 2016

The Psychoanalytic Community: My Post-Graduation Life at the Manhattan Institute

An ending or a beginning? Blair Casdin, LCSW, reflects on her connection to the Manhattan Institute following graduation from psychoanalytic...

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November 6, 2016

The Psychoanalytic Community: MIP at the Center

In our second post in the series on psychoanalytic community, Debora Worth, LCSW, graduate, faculty, and former co-director at MIP,...

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October 23, 2016

The Psychoanalytic Community: On Manhattan Institute

To mark the second year of the Analysis Now blog, we ask what it means to be part of a...

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July 21, 2016

Trauma-Specific Training: Now More Than Ever

With the current plethora of approaches to working with trauma, Sandra L. Green, LCSW, SEP, highlights the importance of in-depth...

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June 21, 2016

Analyst in Blunderland

In 1989, Manhattan Institute for Psychoanalysis became one of the first postgraduate institutions to offer specialty training in trauma. The...

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April 29, 2016

Let’s Talk About Race: An Ongoing Dialogue, Part II

“As a relational analyst, the exchange inevitably touched on who we are in the room: our race, ethnicity, class, gender...

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