Psychoanalytic chronicles: The critical debate on training analysis within the American Psychoanalytic Association

Author/s Fredric T. Perlman
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After an editorial note, the critical literature addressing the problems of the training analysis sys-tem is reviewed, followed by an overview of recent conflicts within the American Psychoanalytic Association (APsaA) provoked by efforts to reform or abolish it. Among the critical issues ad-dressed in this review are conflicts about the long-standing requirement that training analysts be certified by the Board of Professional Standards (BoPS), a major conflict between BoPS and APsaA’s Board of Directors that gave rise to a major lawsuit, the "six-point plan" advanced by the Board of Directors, a survey of APsaA members designed to assess members attitude toward the training analysis system, and three proposals to reform the Standards Document of APsaA’s Institute Requirements and Review Committee (IRRC). These proposals, reproduced in this pa-per, include the so-called "PPP proposal" (shorthand for the names of its three authors, Fredric T. Perlman, Warren R. Procci, and Robert L. Pyles), the proposal of Mark F. Poster and Michael Robbins, and the proposal of Luba Kessler, Kerry Kelly Novick, and Lance M. Dodes. All three proposals cite the need for democratic governance within APsaA and its approved institutes. The last portion of this document features comments offered by important participants in this history of debate, including Richard Almond, Emanuel Berman, Lance M. Dodes, Ralph E. Fishkin, Henry J. Friedman, Robert M. Galatzer-Levy, Jane S. Hall, Otto F. Kernberg, Luba Kessler, Douglas Kirsner, Henry Zvi Lothane, Paul W. Mosher, Kerry Kelly Novick, Frederic T. Perlman, Mark F. Poster, Warren R. Procci, Robert L. Pyles, Arnold D. Richards, Michael Robbins, Mitchell Wilson.

Keywords: Training analysis; American Psychoanalytic Association; Psycho-analytic training; Authoritarianism; Psychoanalytic candidates

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