A Community for Education and Professional Membership
The Minnesota Psychoanalytic Society and Institute (MPSI) is a vibrant and growing community for psychoanalysis in Minnesota and the Upper Midwest. MPSI is a not-for-profit educational organization, providing a variety of training and educational opportunities in the field of psychoanalysis for members, varied professionals as well as the interested general public.
MPSI is comprised of two divisions – the Society, a member organization of clinicians and professionals interested in psychoanalytic principles, and the Institute, which provides psychoanalytic training.
The Society is a constituent society of the American Psychoanalytic Association. Members are clinicians and professionals who share a common enthusiasm for furthering the understanding and application of psychoanalytic concepts to the practice of psychotherapy and psychoanalysis, and, as it applies, to related professions that enrich lives across culture and society.
MPS Executive Committee
President: Juliann Miller
Incoming President: Catherine Phibbs
Immediate Past President: Margaret Fulton
Secretary: Paul O'Hara
Treasurer: Peter Grant
Programs and Events Committee Chair: Elizabeth Bohun and Jamie Larson Jones
PPTP Chair: Victoria Kohl and Elizabeth Wittenberg
Outreach Chair: Juliann Miller
Membership Chair: Karen Deane Johnson
MPI Representative: Hal Steiger
MPSI Psychotherapy Center Representative: Hal Steiger
Member-at-Large: Molly Nicholson
Candidate Representative: Open
An institute of the American Psychoanalytic Association, the MPI is dedicated to training future psychoanalysts. It offers an opportunity for clinicians to expand and deepen their professional skills based on psychoanalytic perspectives.
MPI Education Committee
Chair: Hal Steiger
Secretary: Jan Search
Progression Chair: Joan Lentz
Curriculum Chair: Clare Buntrock
Candidate Representative: Tamarind Knutson
Member at Large: Deb Boughton, Jeanne Bailey, Steve Clarke, David Stagner, Virginia McDermott, Mike Moore
MPSI does not discriminate on the basis of race, creed, color, gender, age, sexual orientation, national origin, or handicap in admissions or administration of its education programs or employment.