TAMPA BAY INSTITUTE 
FOR PSYCHOANALYTIC STUDIES, INC
                 (TBIPS)

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TBIPS CURRICULUM

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13919 CARROLLWOOD VILLAGE RUN,                     TAMPA,FL 33618                                                                                                        

TBIPS emphasizes contemporary  theories in a collegial discussion format.  Courses provide an historical perspective with contributions from Ego and Self psychologies, Object Relations, and Interpersonal theories, and  how these inform Relational and Intersubjective clinical practice.  Participants are expected to read assigned literature for discusion as well as to bring own clinical material and questions to each class. There are no papers to be written (except for very brief summaries by long distance candidates) nor are there exams.  

 

In Sept 2014 TBIPS is offering Second Year and Fourth Year Courses. A full semester consists of 16 weeks. The full 201-15 year is a total of 32 weeks for  for both semesters. All classes meet Wednesdays from 2:00-7:00pm, September through May. Tuition work-study scholarships are available.

 

The full four year curriculum is outlined below, followed by descriptions of the individual courses.

 

Training Curriculum

Year 1   

(next offered Sept 2015)

Intro to Psychoanalytic Concepts      Semesters I & II   (32 weeks)   

Continuing Case        Semesters I & II     (32 weeks) 

Analyst’s Subjectivity I Practical applications (16 weeks)   Semester I  

Human Development    Semester II   (16 weeks)  

  

Year 2   

(next offered in Sept 2016)           

Developmental Issues (32 weeks)                                                   

  Semester I    Shame and Narcissism  (16  weeks)

  Semester II   Attachment in Analytic Setting (16 weeks)

Continuing Case    Semesters  I  & II  (32 weeks)

Relational Theory and Methodology   Semesters  I  & II   (32 weeks)

 

Year 3 (next offered Sept 2015)                                                                                         Analyst's Subjectivity II Countertransference Semester I (16 weeks)                      

Continuing Case  (32 weeks) Semester I & II Couples Therapy (16weeks) Semester I                                                                                

Repetitive Painful States (16 weeks) Semester I

Trauma III and Gender III (8 weeks each) Semester II

Year 4 (next offered Sept 2016)

Psychosoma    (32 weeks)    Semesters  I  & II                                                      

Continuing Case  (32 weeks)    Semesters  I  & II     
Hate, Envy,  Destructiveness (16 weeks)   Semester  I 
Elective  (16 weeks) Semester II 

Second year courses presently (Fall 2014 beginning Sept 17, 2014) meet 8:00am-12:15pm. Fourth year courses presently meet 9:30am-1:45pm. Each course costs $250 per course if taken individually, $200 per course if take all three courses in a semester for a total of $600 per semester. ($750 for the semester if a fourth course is added). 'Work Study' Scholarships are available.

Description: FIRST YEAR COURSE:
Introduction to Psychoanalytic Concepts  Part I   (16 weeks)  (next offered Sept 2013)This course will provide a strong foundation in theory and relationship, with emphasis on how to listen and respond, the myth of analytic authority, and on the assymmetrically co-created psychoanalytic siyuation. In the second semester, contributions from major theoretical predecessors from Ego/Structural and Drive,  Objects Relations, Interpersonal, and Self Psychology, and how these influence Relational, and Intersubjectivity  clinical engagement will be discussed, as well as Affect Regulation, and Attachment Theory.

Introduction to Psychoanalytic Concepts  Part II   (16 weeks) (next offered Feb 1, 2014)
The second part of this course will provide a strong foundation in theory. Contributions from major theoretical predecessors from Ego/Structural and Drive,  Objects Relations, Interpersonal, and Self Psychology, and how these influence Relational, and Intersubjectivity  clinical engagement will be discussed, as well as Affect Regulation, and Attachment Theory.


Clinical Case Conference (16 weeks each semester) Semester I and II                           This course is designed to support the clinician’s work and offers opportunity to integrate clinical material with psychoanalytic concepts, including ethics, and ways to deepen the psychoanalytic process, with a focus on the therapist’s self reflection, the clinical relationship, and ways to facilitate what is mutative for the patient. Attendees are encouraged to present case material.


Analyst's Subjectivity I    Semester I  (16 weeks) (next offered Sept 2014) Designed to develop in the clinician an increased capacity to negotiate the analytic frame, including fees and frequency, as well as increase the capacity for curiosity in the patient for a deeper psychoanalytic experience. Also included will be emphasis on self care of the clinician.

Human Development    Semester II  (16 weeks)
Participants will supplement (and re-configure) Freudian and Mahler's ideas with infant research, attachment theory, and contributions from Benjamin, Stern, Bowlby, WInnicott, and others. 


 Description: SECOND YEAR COURSES (Sept 2014-May 2015)
Developmental Issues (32 weeks total if take both semester
Narcissism/Development of Shame Throughout the Life Cycle (16 weeks) Semester I
This course offers a contemporary understanding of narcissism, both its developmentally appropriate and pathological aspects.  It includes discussion on shame, envy, rage, deficits in mentalization, as well as how to treat these in the clinical situation, with an emphasis on recognition, containment, empathy and mirroring. 


Attachment in the Analytic  Setting  Semester II (16 weeks)  This course will examine the ways in which development informs our clinical work with adult  patients.  Life events and developmental transformations throughout the lifespan will be explored in terms of their relevance for adult treatment. Papers will be paired with clinical material. We will address major developmental concepts in this course. 

Clinical Case Conference (32 weeks) Semesters I & II
This course is designed to support the clinician’s work and offers opportunity to integrate clinical material with psychoanalytic concepts, including ethics, and ways to deepen the psychoanalytic process, with a focus on the therapist’s self reflection, the clinical relationship, and ways to facilitate what is mutative for the patient. Attendees are encouraged to present case material.   

Relational Theory and Methodology (32 weeks) Semesters I & II  This course is designed to elucidate some of the differences between classical and postclassical psychoanalytic technique. Wecompare assumptions about minds and clinical process in relational and other traditions, and the reasoning behind an analyst’s decision to intervene or not to intervene, whether the analyst needs “reasons” to intervene, or even whether the analyst sees what they do as “intervening,” with the  ultimate goal to self reflect on what we do and don’t do in our consulting rooms. We will, in discussion, explore how we locate each of our selves in the ongoing debates within our field.  We will explore the relational co-creation of the treatment situation, reviewing  influences on Relational ideas and technique from Object Relations, Interpersonal, Intersubjectivity, and Self Psychology. We will discuss, among other topics, mutuality, intersubjectivity, dissociation, and disclosure, and look at clinician contribution to the therapeutic matrix.

Instructor Semester I:  Susan Horky

THIRD YEAR COURSES (next offered Sept 2013)

Couples Therapy Semester I (16 weeks) (next offered Sept 2013)

Requested by advanced candidates because many have couples making up a fair percentage of their practices, this course is being offered by TBIPS for the first time. It  provides a practical and contemporary theoretical framework for working with couples, including the difficulties experienced by the analyst.

Continuing Case Conference        Semesters I & II     (32 weeks)         

This course is designed to support the clinician’s work and offers opportunity to integrate clinical material with psychoanalytic concepts, including ethics, and ways to deepen the psychoanalytic process, with a focus on the therapist’s self reflection, the clinical relationship, and ways to facilitate what is mutative for the patient. Attendees are encouraged to present their own case material.

 Analyst's Subjectivity II    Semester I  (16 weeks) (next offered Sept 2013)

Designed to develop in the clinician an increased capacity to negotiate the analytic frame, including fees and frequency, as well as increase the capacity for curiosity in the patient for a deeper psychoanalytic experience. Also included will be emphasis on self care of the clinician.

Trauma III Semester II   (8 weeks)  and Gender III Semester II   (8 weeks)                    (must register for both)

Trauma Issues Semester II                                                                                                  This Trauma course revisits Freud's seduction theory and is contemporized by the works of Van der Kolk, Davies, Boulanger and others. 

 Gender III Semester II   (8 weeks)                                                                                      This Gender course looks at postmodern views of gender, its construction, and the loss and mourning of paths not taken.                   

Repetitive Painful States Semester II  (16 weeks) begins Feb 1, 2012
This course explores how early paradigms of self and self with others become encoded  and repeated through self injurious behaviors, addictions, and psychosomatic symptoms. We will discuss the therapist's frustration in working with people who have these particularly intrangient symptoms, as well as ways to engage this world of patients in an effort to co-create new ways of being together.  

FOURTH YEAR COURSE(Sept 2012-May 2013)
Psychosoma
 (32 weeks) Semester I
Continuing Case Conference (32 weeks) Semester I & II
Hate and Destructiveness (16 weeks) Semester II
Electives (16 weeks) Semester II

 

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