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Welcome to the National Psychological Association for Psychoanalysis

creating a more humane world through the transformative power of psychoanalysis


Why Choose NPAP for your
Psychoanalytic Training?

Where Spirituality and Psychoanalysis Meet

Exploring Dimensions of Intersubjective Space

FACULTY: Ruth Rosenbaum
Sundays, February 28, March 6, March 13, April 3, April 10, May 1, 2016
5:30 – 7:00 PM

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NPAP Association courses/programs are open to NPAP members and candidates at no cost; and to non-members for a fee. Association study groups are open to NPAP members at no cost. Outreach for study group participants occurs when vacancies are available.

Train At NPAP

NPAP’s psychoanalytic training program is rigorous and comprehensive and provides a plurality of theoretical viewpoints. The curriculum includes a thorough grounding in the psychoanalytic literature including Freud’s drive theory, the British and American object relations schools, self psychology, ego psychology.

Lee Minoff on Being a Playwright & Psychoanalyst

Program Committee, Chaired by Alan Roland:Lee Minoff, playwright and Event Details Program Committee, chaired by Alan Roland, hosts Feb 26th, Lee Minoff, playwright and “Yellow Submarine”, will speak on similarity of working as playwright and psychoanalysis.


The NPAP Membership Association is an organization of psychoanalysts dedicated to the advancement of psychoanalysis as a science and a profession. Founded by Theodor Reik, it has evolved into a vibrant professional association of analysts. Our diverse membership is active in research, publication, legislation, public education, and cultural affairs, thus ensuring a psychoanalytic contribution to the community at large.

Community Programs

We host a diverse array of academic and public programs at NPAP. From discussions to lectures to open houses, you can check out our calendar page to see what’s happening at NPAP and how you can get involved.


Founded by Freud protégé Theodor Reik
Full Spectrum of Psychoanalytic Thought Taught
Home of The Psychoanalytic Review
New York State License in Psychoanalysis
The Theodor Reik Clinical Center (TRCC) has been providing superior mental health services for 50 years!
Located in heart of Greenwich Village
Candidates from a variety of backgrounds
Scientific meetings covering wide range of topics
Members contribute to psychoanalytic scholarship

Welcome from NPAP’s Association President

Since it’s founding in 1950 our membership association has been a diverse community of analysts who come together to learn and share ideas as well as companionship. Our members work closely together, supporting each other and the organization. Read more…

Word from NPAP’s Training Institute President

Thank you for your interest in the psychoanalytic training program of the National Psychological Association for Psychoanalysis (NPAP), one of the oldest and largest psychoanalytic training institutes in the country. Read more…

Welcome from the Editor of The Psychoanalytic Review

The Psychoanalytic Review has a rich history, more than 100 years of publication. Founded in 1913 by William Alanson White and Smith Ely Jelliffe, the Review is the first psychoanalytic journal in the United States and the first printed in the English language, making the Review the oldest continuously published psychoanalytic journal in the world. Read more …

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