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What is Psychoanalysis?

Psychoanalysis is a form of intensive psychotherapy requiring patients to examine their inner world as well as the problems that they face in everyday life.

By meeting for psychoanalysis treatment three times a week, a continuity and intensity is maintained that allows for consistency in exploring longstanding and sensitive issues. Major changes in maladaptive patterns and lifestyle may be achieved.


Fees

In order to make psychoanalysis treatment more available, the Postgraduate Psychotherapy Center offers low cost analytic treatment. Candidates in our psychoanalytic training program treat patients on a three times a week basis for fees as low as $18 a session.

The patient is asked to make at least a two-year (300) hour commitment to the process.


For more information or to schedule an appointment, please contact:

Jack Herskovits, Psy.D.
Gordon F. Derner Institute
Hy Weinberg Center, Room 213
p – 516.877.4840
e - jherskovits@adelphi.edu

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