The Institute for Expressive Analysis
Claudia is the Executive Director Emerita and the Director of Education Emerita of IEA: She
has served on the board of IEA from 1993-2008. From 2002-2008 she was the Executive Director, where she successfully coordinated the state licensing process for IEA.
The Institute for Expressive Analysis offers training in psychoanalysis with an emphasis on the integration of creative processes. The program provides training invaluable to both independent practitioners and those working in institutions
IEA provides intensive training in psychoanalytic theory and practice. We recognize the artistry in psychoanalysis and teach both its art and science.
IEA's unique perspective allows for verbal and, where indicated, non-verbal interventions such as art, poetry, movement, music, and drama, with the most important medium being the psychoanalyst her or himself.
Our approach to psychoanalysis is eclectic and integrative. Study Freud, Jung and post-classical, contemporary techniques such as Object Relations, Self Psychology, Relational and Intersubjective Theory.
Recent Neurobiological research supports the importance of attending to not only verbal cues, but also to analyst and patient body-based states, noting that working in an empathic resonant field is what heals.
IEA's highly developed way of working with both the verbal and non- verbal aspects of psychoanalysis has allowed us to be in the vanguard of this since our inception in 1978.
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