MICHIGAN COUNCIL FOR
PSYCHOANALYSIS & PSYCHOTHERAPY

About Us



The Michigan Council for Psychoanalysis and Psychotherapy (MCPP) was originally formed as the Michigan Psychoanalytic Council in 1988 as an interdisciplinary society founded on egalitarian and gender-sensitive principles in order to study classical and contemporary psychoanalytic concepts and to train psychoanalysts and psychoanalytically oriented psychotherapists.  In 2015, the organization expanded its name to emphasize its inclusiveness and commitment to promoting psychodynamic thinking within a larger professional community.


History
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A History of Psychoanalysis in Michigan

This article was originally written by Murray Meisels, PhD, and revised in 2016 by Karen Baker, MSW


Feminizing Psychoanalysis: the Process and Experience of Integrating Feminist Thinking and Practice in a New Psychoanalytic Institute

Teresa Bernardez

This article is of historical significance in the founding principals of MPC, now MCPP. It was originally published in Doing Feminism: Teaching and Research in the Academy. Eds, Anderson, Mary, Lisa Fine, Kathleen Geissler, and Joyce R. Ladenson. East Lansing: MSU Press.  Reproduced by permission of the author. 


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