Toronto Institute of Psychoanalysis (TIP)

    Now Accepting Applications

    The Toronto Institute of Psychoanalysis is accepting applications for study beginning September 2015.

    Deadline to apply: April 15, 2015

  • April 17 Scientific Meeting

    April Scientific Meeting

    Presentation of Analytic Process Material to Dr. S. Coen

    Presenter: Stanley Coen

    April 17, 2015

  • 42nd ATPPP Scientific Session

    42nd ATPPP Scientific Session

    When the Patient Needs Protection from an Overly Interpretive Analyst: Personal Notes

    Presenter: Stanley Coen

    April 18, 2015

  • SPECIAL EXTENSION PROGRAM SEMINAR – Me, Not-Me; Mine, Not-Mine: Treatment Issues in Permanency Planning and Adoption Seminar

    Special Extension Program Seminar

    Me, Not-Me; Mine, Not-Mine: Treatment Issues in Permanency Planning and Adoption Seminar

    Course Leader: Elizabeth Tuters

    April 25, 2014

  • FPP deadline extension

    FPP Deadline Extended

    The deadline for applications to the Fundamental Psychoanalytic Perspectives (FPP) program has been extended to May 1st.

    Apply now for study beginning
    September 2015.

Extension Program

The tps&i offers many Extension Courses and Special Extension Program Groups, Courses and Presentations as continuing education in psychoanalytic training.

Scientific Program

Our Scientific Program includes regular monthly meetings, special sessions from the ATPPP program and an Annual Day in Psychoanalysis.

Community Outreach Events

We hope you will join us for the following public events, hosted by the Toronto Psychoanalytic Society and Institute and Between Hours: Interdisciplinary Dialogues Applied Psychoanalysis Programme.

The Freud Café

Whose unconscious is it anyway? – A user’s guide, from Freud to more recent ideas about the unconscious

Cups Café
Thursday, May 21, 2015

20th Annual Day in Applied Psychoanalysis

Precarious Beauty: The Aesthetic Conflict in Art and Psychoanalysis

George Ignatief Theatre, University of Toronto
Saturday, October 3, 2015

About the TPS&I

Toronto Psychoanalytic Society (TPS) is a not-for-profit association of professional psychoanalysts engaged in the development and advancement of clinical psychoanalysis and psychoanalytic thought in Toronto, Canada. The Toronto Institute of Psychoanalysis (TIP) is composed of senior members of the TPS who have qualified as Training & Supervising Analysts and are charged with the responsibility of analyzing and supervising candidates in training. In addition to the training of psychoanalysts, the tps&i presents a range of educational Scientific and Extension programs throughout the academic year that are open to the community.

Finding Therapy

Our convenient directory can help you find an analyst or therapist in your area or for additional help we offer a Referral Service.

About Psychoanalysis

Learn more about psychoanalysis, who can benefit from psychoanalysis and what defines a psychoanalyst.