Psychodynamic Psychotherapy, Teaching, and Research: An Interview with Dr. Tracy Prout



During a visit to the Austen Riggs Center earlier this year, Tracy Prout, PhD, spoke with us about a number of topics including her interest in psychodynamic psychotherapy, working with children, and what led her to teaching and research. 

Dr. Tracy Prout Describes Her Path to Teaching and Research

Dr. Tracy Prout Talks About the Compelling Nature of Psychodynamic Psychotherapy

Dr. Tracy Prout Talks About Her Teaching Experience

Dr. Tracy Prout Shares How She Became Interested in Working with Children

Dr. Tracy Prout Shares Her Impressions of Austen Riggs

About Tracy Prout, PhD

Dr. Prout, is a licensed clinical psychologist and assistant professor of psychology in the Combined School-Clinical Child Doctoral Program at Ferkauf Graduate School of Psychology (Yeshiva University). Dr. Prout received her PhD in clinical psychology from Fordham University. She has post-doctoral training in psychodynamic psychotherapy from the Institute for Psychoanalytic Education at NYU Medical Center and advanced research training through the International Psychoanalytical Association and Duke University’s Center for Spirituality, Theology, & Health. She also earned a masters in counseling from Gordon Conwell Theological Seminary and graduated from Wellesley College with a double major in psychology and political science.

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