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Early Career Professionals: Mission

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The Early Career Committee seeks to enhance the experiences of Division members who are within their first seven years after training. The Committee works to identify and represent the interests of early career members, facilitate participation in specialized conference programming, and contribute to policy making and recruitment endeavors of the Division. We aim to engage members in the early stages of their careers in a dialogue about their unique career pathways, identity development, and professional needs. We actively seek collaboration among graduate students and institute candidates to increase visibility and to build relationships in the psychoanalytic community.

The Early Career Committee enthusiastically invites interested members to share your thoughts and to collaborate on projects and research. For more information, contact Winnie Eng, Ph.D. or Marilyn Charles, Ph.D.

Early Career Professionals: Activities

Spring 2006 “Disruptions, repair, and development: Being and becoming a psychodynamic psychotherapist”

Spring 2007 “Time, Process, and Complexity: Building a Psychoanalytic Community.”

Spring 2008 “The Path to Knowing More: Early Career Exchanges and Explorations”

Spring 2009 “Exploring the Cultural Contexts of Early Career Issues”
Join the Division 39 Early Career Listserv: Open to all levels of membership to provide support and to post questions, referrals, job opportunities, local talks and general discussion threads.
TO JOIN THE LIST Write to [email protected] and, in the text of your message (not the subject line), write:

Early Career Professionals: Members

Marilyn Charles

Winnie Eng

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