PINC Visiting Scholars for 2016-2017
Cleonie White - September 17-18
Jeanne Bernstein - November 19-20
Juan Tubert-Oklander - February 4-5, 2017
Anne Alvarez - April 19-23, 2017
International Visiting Scholar Week
The Psychoanalytic Institute of Northern California (PINC) is a vibrant center for comparative psychoanalytic inquiry, research, and training. Since 1989, we have provided licensed mental health professionals the opportunity to study the full scope of psychoanalytic theory and to engage in research and clinical practice. Our training program—based on the tripartite model of course work, supervised analysis, and personal psychoanalysis—leads to a Certificate in Psychoanalysis. Candidates may also pursue an optional Doctor of Psychology in Psychoanalysis (Psy.D.).
PINC is widely recognized within local, national, and international communities as a welcoming and intellectually rigorous community. In an atmosphere that encourages creativity and dialogue, we adhere to the highest standards of psychoanalytic training.
Our dominant values of interdisciplinary inclusiveness, community collaboration, and participation in the evolution of psychoanalysis are all reflections of the spirit in which PINC was founded. Since 2004 PINC had been a Provisional Society of the International Psychoanalytical Association (IPA); PINC became a component society in July of 2009. While meeting IPA standards, PINC maintains its unique identity and continues to provide an innovative vision at the cutting edge of psychoanalysis.
We also support the Bay Area psychoanalytic community by offering:
- Psychoanalytic classes and Extra Curricular Events
- Aid in finding an analyst through our moderate-fee and full-fee professional referrals
- Lectures with acclaimed speakers and visiting scholars
- Learn more about PINC’s history and explore the admissions process