The Fellowship Program at Austen Riggs

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The Austen Riggs Center has been a training institution since 1924, and a pioneer in the theory and technique of psychoanalytic treatment with complex psychiatric patients.  Organized under the Center's Erikson Institute for Education and Research, our training takes a systems perspective on treatment, emphasizing cultural and familial contexts as well as individual development, in the tradition of Erik Erikson.  We offer a full-time four-year Fellowship Program for both psychologists and psychiatrists.  Psychiatrists are also eligible to apply for a two-year Fellowship. The four-year Fellowship program is fully accredited as a psychoanalytic training program by the Accreditation Council of Psychoanalytic Education (ACPEinc.).

Jane G. Tillman, PhD, the director of the Erikson Institute provides an overview of the Fellowship in this video.

 

    The Austen Riggs Center is now excepting applications for the Fellowship Program.

 

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