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After you've toured MITPP.ORG, you may wish to learn more about what it's like to train at MITPP. You're welcome to contact an MITPP graduate.
The following graduates would be pleased to hear from you. You may phone or email them.
Carol Mazor (212) 678-4259 email@example.com
Barbara Reichenthal (212) 532-4399 firstname.lastname@example.org
Steven Suchow (914) 582-2688 SSuchow273@aol.com (Child and Adolescent Program)Stacey Braffett email@example.com
You may also contact a current MITPP candidate at the following email addresses:
Martin S. Kounitz firstname.lastname@example.org
Jonathan Schnapp email@example.com
MITPP is affiliated with the Metropolitan Center
Health (MCMH), an Office of Mental Health licensed clinic. Social workers
who train at MITPP can count their hours of practice at MCMH toward LCSW
licensure in accordance with New York State Law.
EARN AND LEARN WHILE WORKING TOWARD LCSW LICENSURE AND A CERTIFICATE IN
PSYCHOANALYTIC PSYCHOTHERAPY: ADULT PROGRAM.
The Metropolitan Institute for Training in Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy, in conjunction with The Metropolitan Center for Mental Health (www.metropolitancenter.com), offers social workers the opportunity to work toward LCSW licensure and a Certificate in Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy. Work a minimum of 14 clinical hours weekly to qualify for the LCSW in three years in the Full Time LCSW Track. Those candidates in the Adult Program who wish to qualify for the LCSW but who are unable to carry 14 clinical hours or more may apply to the Part Time LCSW Track, where they will see 10 clinical hours per week and qualify for the LCSW in up to six years. Candidates in the Full Time LCSW Track will be paid for their clinical work.
MITPP IS PLEASED TO ANNOUNCE A PATH
FOR THOSE WORKING WITH CHILDREN AND ADOLESCENTS
TO EARN THE LCSW
WORK TOWARD LCSW LICENSURE AND A CERTIFICATE IN CHILD AND
ADOLESCENT PSYCHOANALYTIC PSYCHOTHERAPY.
The Metropolitan Institute for Training in Psychoanalytic
Psychotherapy, in conjunction with The Metropolitan Center for Mental Health
(www.metropolitancenter.com), an Office of Mental Health(OMH) licensed clinic offers social
workers the opportunity to carry 10 clinical hours to qualify for the LCSW
in six years. After completing MITPP's two-year Clinical Training in Child
and Adolescent Psychotherapy Program, clinicians would then continue in
individual and group supervision and take a minimum of one course per semester in
the Adult Program until they have accrued the necessary hours for the
Browse our website to learn more about flexible training options. To
apply, please email a cover letter, CV and a completed application to
firstname.lastname@example.org. Applications are available for download by clicking
Application. In addition, two letters of reference on letterhead from
former supervisors, teachers, administrators or other such professionals
who have overseen your work must be forwarded to MITPP by the writer on
The $50 application fee should be mailed to:
Joyce A. Lerner, LCSW, Director
160 West 86th Street
New York, New York, 10024
NEW YORK STATE
HAS DESIGNATED THE METROPOLITAN INSTITUTE FOR TRAINING IN
PSYCHOANALYTIC PSYCHOTHERAPY AS AN AUTHORIZED PROVIDER FOR EDUCATION AND TRAINING
FOR THE NEWLY ESTABLISHED LICENSE IN PSYCHOANALYSIS
MITPP is very pleased to announce that it has been designated by the New York
State Education Department as a provider of the necessary education leading
to a New York State license in Psychoanalysis. Completing MITPP’s new Licensure
Track Program in Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy will enable clinicians who seek
such to qualify for the license in Psychoanalysis.
The New York State licensing law specifies which professions can practice psychotherapy. The designation “Licensed Psychoanalyst”(LP) is one that allows clinicians from other disciplines not previously licensed to practice psychotherapy privately and in other settings. For further information about Licensure and Practice of the Mental Health Professions in New York State, visit
If you would like to learn more about the Licensure Track Program in Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy at MITPP, please email Ivy Vale, Registrar, at email@example.com or leave a message for her at (212) 496-2858.