The Erikson Institute for Education, Research, and Advocacy of the Austen Riggs Center provides extensive psychoanalytic education and clinical training for professionals in all stages of their careers. These offerings include our Fellowship, the Elective in Psychodynamic Psychiatry, the Erikson Scholar Program, and dozens of live and on-demand continuing education and continuing medical education courses.
Expand your expertise through the Adult Psychoanalytic Training Program and Fellowship in Hospital-Based Psychotherapy for psychiatrists and psychologists.
The Elective in Psychodynamic Psychiatry is designed to provide students of psychiatry (including both medical students and psychiatric residents) with psychodynamic perspectives that complement the medical model that is dominant in mainstream psychiatric approaches to major psychiatric illness.
We present a broad array of live and on-demand continuing education (CE) / continuing medical education (CME) courses for psychiatrists, psychologists, social workers, nurses, and other mental health professionals, the majority of which are provided without charge.
The Erikson Scholar-in-Residence Program creates and maintains an exchange of ideas between academicians and clinicians to explore interactions between the internal and external worlds. This interdisciplinary program enriches our understanding of each, which often has application to larger societal problems.