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Ann Arbor

Basic Concepts in Psychoanalysis

Wednesdays, 1-3pm, December 2, 2015-February 10, 2016

Members: $170

Non-members: $190

if registered by November 11


Psychoanalysis has developed over more than a century now. It no longer has a closed and universal set of concepts.  We will enter the world of basic psychoanalytic concepts, sampling its founding ideas and new interpretations of those ideas that have evolved.  Learning will be highly participatory and collaborative, and clinical relevance will be emphasized.


The class will be taught by Karin Ahbel-Rappe, Ph.D., M.S.S.W, at 2131 Angell Hall, near State Street and N. University Avenue on the UM campus. Please contact Dr. Ahbel-Rappe at (734) 272-3516 or



(E) = Elective          [A– Adult analysis; C– Child analysis;  P—Psychotherapy]

* Denotes a required course in the Adult Psychoanalysis Training Program** Denotes a required course in the Child Psychoanalysis Training Program§ Denotes a required course in the Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy Training Program
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