Guideline for the ICP School System

ICP|The Institute for Clinical Psychoanalysis

 

 

 

Guideline for the ICP School System

 

Established: February 1, 2015
1st Revision: March 1, 2016
2nd Revision: June 6, 2016
3rd Revision: July 10, 2017
4th Revision: May 1, 2018

 

1. Basic Principle of the School System

1.1. Objective: To train clinical psychoanalysts based on integrative and interdisciplinary backgrounds and Korean experiences in the theories of Freud, object relation, ego psychology, self psychology, modern, interpersonal, intersubjective, relational, contemporary Jung, and neuroscience.

 

1.2. Introduction of the Curriculum

1.2.1. Psychoanalytic Counselor Degree upon the Completion of PC Course

1.2.2. Grant Psychoanalytic Psychotherapist degree upon the completion of the PP course. Present a master’s degree to a student that completes the PC course to advance to the PP course. In the case that the ICP committee decides that a candidate has sufficient qualifications to advance to the PP course, the candidate can apply to the PP course with PC qualification at ICP (submit recommendation letters from at least 2 psychoanalysts).

1.2.3. Grant Psychoanalyst Degree upon the Completion of PA Course

1.2.4. All students start training from the PC course. PC, PP and PA training are composed of courses for a total of 6 years. For previously obtained training records before entering ICP (such as individual educational analysis, individual clinical supervision, or credits from theory classes), the Admission Committee will decide which records will be counted. Students may request a review with the associate director of admissions before entering ICP.

1.2.5. Students participating in any training course at ICP may stop the PC or PP course, or complete training at the PC course. Students who aim to finish the PA course should stay in Individual Educational Analysis, which is offered three times per week for at least 5 years during the entire training course. Students who do not wish to graduate as a psychoanalyst but wish to finish training with PC or PA may proceed to Individual Educational Analysis, which is not offered three times per week.

 

1.3. Integration of Curriculum
Since the educational background of students are diverse, ICP offers all classes to students of all training courses so they can take classes together. We will announce the required and elective classes for each training course and integrated curriculum for students to choose their training, depending on the their step, level, and speed of training.

 

1.4. Diversification of Educational Analysis and Clinical Supervision

1.4.1. The professors of Cross-Cultural International Supervision (CCIS) are acknowledged as training analysts and supervising analysts. This program is a collaborative clinical supervision program between ICP and various psychoanalysts who are active in the United States. The collaboration of professors from two countries on clinical supervision for ICP students increases the quality of ICP training and raise the international credentiality of ICP graduates. The executive director discloses the list of professors i then CCIS program.

1.4.2. All ICP students, regardless of the level of training, are required to receive supervision from clinical supervisors acknowledged by ICP for Control Cases and Non-Control Cases until PC and PP training. For the PA course, students must receive supervision on two Control Cases from an ICP professor (one Control Case will be used as a PA dissertation case, and the clinical supervisor of this case will be a dissertation advisor). Supervision by an ICP professor for a Non-Control Case is as a requirement of completion. The director, a chair of the Training Committee, announces the list of clinical supervisors and educational analysts, who are professors at ICP, on the website.

1.4.3. Students in PP and PA courses can receive Cross-Cultural International Supervision. Students can receive 50 sessions of clinical supervision with CCIS until the completion of the PA course. Students can receive clinical supervision on Control Cases or Non-Control Cases with CCIS, which is prioritized for students in the PA course.

 

1.5. Students who have PC or PP certification must take one semester of Treatment Service Supervision annually at ICP or receive continuous clinical supervision from a clinical supervisor on the list announced by ICP if they do not wish to stay at ICP for further PP or PA training but wish to see patients as PC or PP graduates. PC or PP certification is granted if PC or PP graduates continue to receive clinical supervision with given guidelines of ICP.

 

1.6. After entering the program, students must take at least one class per semester, participate in Treatment Service Supervision in spring and fall semesters, and receive individual educational analysis at least once a week for individual clinical supervision on ongoing clinical cases in order to keep the status as a student. If there is a special situation in which these requirement cannot be met in few or for the most part during the training period, the student must receive a permission from the associate director of admission. If a student cannot fulfill the requirements without discussing a leave of absence and wishes to resume the training, the student can restore their status as a student by fulfilling all the requirements for a student for 6 months. If the status of a student is not restored, the student cannot apply for the examination of each training course.

 

1.7. Students who are in certification courses must take Treatment Service Supervision available in spring and fall semesters every year. Those who cannot take this course can substituted it with Treatment Service Supervision available as intensive summer and winter courses after an interview with the associate director of admission.

 

1.8. To obtain all the requirements for the number of classes and credits for graduation, students must have at least one class every semester, individual educational analysis at least once a week before graduation, and individual clinical supervision for ongoing clinical cases to stay within a program. If these qualifications to stay as a candidate for graduation are not met, he or she cannot apply for the graduation examination. The status as a graduation candidate can be recovered by maintaining the requirements for 6 months.

 

 

2. Requirements for the Psychoanalytic Counselor (PC) Course

 

2.1. List of Classes

2.1.1. Required Classes: 10 subjects (30 credits)

2.1.2. Elective Classes: 2 subjects (6 credits)

2.1.3. Classes in Total: 12 subjects (36 credits)

 

2.2. Educational Analysis

 

2.2.1. Individual Analysis: 100 sessions

2.2.2. Group Analysis: 30 sessions

2.3. Clinical Supervision

 

2.3.1. 1st Control Case Individual Clinical Supervision: 30 sessions

2.3.2. Non-Control Cases Individual Clinical Supervision: There is no required number of clinical supervision sessions, but when consulting a client other than a Control Case, a student must receive at least one session of supervision.

2.3.3. Treatment Service Supervision: 2 times a year

 

2.4. Amount of Clinical Case Supervision: 150 sessions (including clinical case observations)

 

2.5. PC Control Case Presentation

 

2.6. Participation in Academic Conferences: Participation in two-thirds of academic conferences hosted by ICP is required during the attendance at the school.

 

 

3. Requirements for the Psychoanalytic Professional (PP) Course

 

3.1. List of Classes

 

3.1.1. Required Classes: 20 subjects (60 credits)

3.1.2. Elective Classes: 4 subjects (12 credits)

3.1.3. Classes in Total: 24 subjects (72 credits)

3.2. Educational Analysis

 

3.2.1. Individual Analysis: 300 sessions

3.2.2. Group Analysis: 70 sessions

 

3.3. Clinical Supervision

 

3.3.1. The 1st(PC) Control Case Clinical Supervision: 30 sessions

3.3.2. The 2nd(PP) Control Case Clinical Supervision: 50 sessions

3.3.3. Non-Control Case Individual Clinical Supervision: 50 sessions

3.3.4. Treatment Service Supervision: 2 times a year

 

3.4. Amount of Clinical Case Supervision: 750 sessions

 

3.5. Case Presentation: PC and PP Control Case Presentation

 

3.6. Participation in Academic Conferences: Participation in two-thirds of academic conferences hosted by ICP is required during the attendance at school.

 

3.7. All requirements described above include the requirements for the PC training course.

 

 

4. Requirements of the Psychoanalyst (PA) Training Course

 

4.1. List of Classes

 

4.1.1. Required Classes: 30 subjects (90 credits)

4.1.2. Elective Classes: 30 subjects (90 credits)

4.1.3. Classes in Total: 35 subjects (108 credits)

 

4.2. Educational Analysis

 

4.2.1. Individual Analysis: 700 sessions

4.2.2. Group Analysis: 110 sessions

4.2.3. Individual educational analysis at least 3 times a week for 5 years is recognized as the 700 sessions of individual educational analysis that are required to graduate from the PA course, with the exception of the first year of training as a grace period.

 

4.3. Clinical Supervision

 

4.3.1. The 1st(PC) Control Case Clinical Supervision: 30 sessions

4.3.2. The 2nd(PP) Control Case Clinical Supervision: 50 sessions

4.3.3. The 3rd(PA) Control Case Clinical Supervision: 100 sessions

4.3.4. The 4th(PA) Control Case Clinical Supervision: 100 sessions

4.3.5. Non-Control Cases Individual Clinical Supervision: 120 sessions

4.3.6. Treatment Service Supervision: 2 times a year

4.3.7. Among the 400 sessions of individual clinical supervision, two control cases required for the PA  course are only acknowledged if the case is supervised three times a week.

 

4.4. Hours of Supervised Clinical Cases: 1500 sessions

 

4.5. Case Presentation: PC, PP, PA(the 3rd) Control Case Presentation

 

4.6. Submission of Final Paper: Single Case Study Research Paper on the 4th Control Case

 

4.7. Participation in Academic Conferences: Participation in two-thirds of academic conferences hosted by ICP is required during the attendance at school.

 

4.8. All requirement described above include the requirements from the PC and PP training courses.

 

 

5. Renewal of Qualifications and Ethics

 

5.1. Maintenance and Renewal of Qualifications
PC and PP certificates issued by ICP are renewed every two years through examination by the ethics committee of ICP (chair, director, and two associate directors). To maintain qualifications, the requirements must be met. (For two years, requirements are 4 ICP academic forums, 10 supervision sessions, and 10 group analysis sessions.) If the requirements are not met, the committee will inform the subject and give a two-year of grace period to meet the requirements. The qualifications will be lost if the requirements are not met within a 2-year grace period.

 

5.2. Ethics
Confidentiality must be kept regarding the students’ and clients’ information and privacy obtained from training, including individual analysis, group analysis, individual and group supervision, academic forum, case presentation, and classes, at ICP. Distribution is not allowed without the prior permission of the ICP institutional committee to record and for the recorded data of all curriculum. If a student violates the ethics guidelines, the ICP ethics committee (chair, director, and two associate directors) will examine the qualifications and position of a student and notify the student (the informant will be kept confidential).

 

6. Interim Measures

 

6.1. This guideline takes effect on February 1, 2015.
6.2. The first revision of this guideline takes effect on March 1, 2016.
6.3. The second revision of this guideline takes effect on March 1, 2017.
6.4. The third revision of this guideline takes effect on September 1, 2017.
6.5. The fourth revision of this guideline takes effect on May 1, 2018.

 

 

 

ICP Training Staff Guidelines

 

Established: Feb 1, 2015

First Revision: Mar 1, 2015

Second Revision: Mar 1, 2016

Third Revision: Jul 10, 2017

Fourth Revision: May 1, 2018

 

1. Teaching Staff

 

1.1.   Full Professor: Sung-Ho Kim, Sang-Bong Seo, Hyun-Geun Shin, Young-Mi Song, Jun Heo, Eun-Kyoung Lee, Won-Il Shin, Tae-Wan Kim, Yang-Ja Kim, Hye-Won Park, Young-Ran Park, Kyoung-Hee Baek, Hyun-A Lee, Mi-Sun Choi, and Jung-Hee Choi 

 

1.2.   Affiliated Professor: Dr. Susan R. Blumenson, Dr. William J. Hurst,  Dr. Michaela Kane Shaeffer, Dr. Susan Parlow, Dr. Stephen Seligman

 

1.3.   Adjunct Professor: Sung-Min Cho, Hye-Jin Ryu

 

1.3.1.  Researchers who graduate from the PA program are chosen by the Executive Director as adjunct professors. Adjunct professors may be qualified to become full professors considering their contributions to the institution, research activities, and academic qualifications.

 

1.4.   Lecturer

 

1.4.1.    Those who are acknowledged as educational analysts and clinical supervisors by ICP according to 3.2, 3.3, 3.4, 4.3, 4.4, and 4.5.

1.4.2. A lecturer must fulfill their responsibility as an  educational analyst and clinical supervisor of ICP in order to maintain the status of a lecturer.

 

1.5. Advisory Professor : Gab-Jung Kim, Hyoung-Man Song, Na-Mi Lee, Jung-Bum Lee

 

 

2. Medical Consultant: Gab-Jung Kim, Na-Mi Lee, Jung-Bum Lee

 

 

3. Training Analyst 

 

3.1. Training Analyst: Sung-Ho Kim, Sang-Bong Seo, Hyun-Geun Shin, Young-Mi Song, Jun Heo, Eun-Kyoung Lee, Won-Il Shin, Tae-Wan Kim, Yang-Ja Kim, Hye-Won Park, Young-Ran Park, Kyoung-Hee Baek, Hyun-A Lee, Mi-Sun Choi, and Jung-Hee Choi. Analysts in the CCIS (Cross-Cultural International Supervision) program (Sung-Ho Kim, Sang-Bong Seo, and Hyun-Geun Shin, Dr. Susan R. Blumenson, Dr. William J. Hurst, Dr. Michaela Kane Shaeffer,  Stephen Seligman)

 

3.2. Privileges Given to the January 2015 Graduates of Psychoanalysis: The basic qualifications for educational analysts at ICP are given after 3 years of the educational analysis program once a student graduates from an institution acknowledged by ICP and becomes an educational analyst. Only those who graduated with psychoanalyst certifications on January 31, 2015, at ICP had their 3-year requirements waived. They were immediately acknowledged as educational analysts and clinical supervisors at ICP upon graduation if they remained under educational analysis from educational analysts described in 3.1 and are recognized by ICP. In this case, if a person executes their role well as an educational analyst for 3 years while acknowledged as an educational analyst at ICP by staying in educational analysis, he or she obtains the qualifications to become an educational analyst at ICP without staying in educational analysis program.

 

3.3. Privileges Given to the January 2016 Graduates of Psychoanalysis: The basic qualifications for educational analysts at ICP are given after 3 years of the educational analysis program once a student graduates from an institution acknowledged by ICP and becomes an educational analyst. Only those who graduated with psychoanalyst certifications on January 30, 2016, at ICP had their 3-year requirements waived. They were immediately acknowledged as educational analysts and clinical supervisors at ICP one year after graduation if they remained under educational analysis from educational analysts described in 3.1 and are recognized by ICP. In this case, if a person executes their role well as an educational analyst for 3 years while acknowledged as an educational analyst at ICP by staying in educational analysis, he or she obtains the qualifications to become an educational analyst at ICP without staying in educational analysis program.

 

3.4. Privileges Given to the January 2017 Graduates of Psychoanalysis: The basic qualifications for educational analysts at ICP are given after 3 years of the educational analysis program once a student graduates from an institution acknowledged by ICP and becomes an educational analyst. Only those who graduated with psychoanalyst certifications in January 2017 at ICP had their 3-year requirements waived. They were immediately acknowledged as educational analysts and clinical supervisors at ICP two years after graduation if they remained under educational analysis from educational analysts described in 3.1 and are recognized by ICP. In this case, if a person executes their role well as an educational analyst for 3 years while acknowledged as an educational analyst at ICP by staying in educational analysis, he or she obtains the qualifications to become an educational analyst at ICP without staying in educational analysis program. 

 

 

4. Clinical Supervisor

 

4.1. Clinical Supervisors for Control Cases: Sung-Ho Kim, Sang-Bong Seo, Hyun-Geun Shin, Young-Mi Song, Jun Heo, Eun-Kyoung Lee, Won-Il Shin, Tae-Wan Kim, Yang-Ja Kim, Hye-Won Park, Young-Ran Park, Kyoung-Hee Baek, Hyun-A Lee, Mi-Sun Choi, and Jung-Hee Choi. Analysts in the CCIS (Cross-Cultural International Supervision) program (Dr. Susan R. Blumenson, Dr. William J. Hurst, Dr. Michaela Kane Shaeffer, Dr. Stephen Seligman) 

 

4.1.1. A clinical supervisor of the 4th control case, which is a dissertation case for the PA course, must be one of the full professors (Sung-Ho Kim, Sang-Bong Seo, Hyun-Geun Shin, Young-Mi Song, Jun Heo, Eun-Kyoung Lee, Won-Il Shin, Tae-Wan Kim, Yang-Ja Kim, Hye-Won Park, Young-Ran Park, Kyoung-Hee Baek, Hyun-A Lee, Mi-Sun Choi, and Jung-Hee Choi).

 

4.2. Non-Control Case Supervisor: Analysts in the CCIS (Cross-Cultural International Supervision) program (Sung-Ho Kim, Sang-Bong Seo, Hyun-Geun Shin, Dr. Susan R. Blumenson, Dr. William J. Hurst, Dr. Michaela Kane Shaeffer), Sung-Ho Kim, Sang-Bong Seo, Hyun-Geun Shin, Young-Mi Song, Jun Heo, Eun-Kyoung Lee, Won-Il Shin, Tae-Wan Kim, Yang-Ja Kim, Hye-Won Park, Young-Ran Park, Kyoung-Hee Baek, Hyun-A Lee, Mi-Sun Choi, and Jung-Hee Choi 

 

4.3. Privileges Given to the January 2015 Graduates of Psychoanalysis: The basic qualifications for educational analysts at ICP are given after 3 years of staying in the educational analysis program once a student graduates from an institution acknowledged by ICP and becomes an educational analyst. Only those who graduated with psychoanalyst certification on January 31, 2015, at ICP had their 3-year requirement waived. They were immediately acknowledged as educational analysts and clinical supervisors at ICP upon graduation if they remained under educational analysis from educational analysts described in 4.1 and are recognized by ICP. In this case, a person obtains qualifications to become a clinical supervisor at ICP without remaining in clinical supervision after three years under a clinical supervisor and be acknowledged as a clinical supervisor at ICP.

 

4.4. Privileges Given to the January 2016 Graduates of Psychoanalysis: The basic qualifications for educational analysts at ICP are given after 3 years of the educational analysis program once a student graduates from an institution acknowledged by ICP and becomes an educational analyst. Only those who graduated with psychoanalyst certifications on January 30, 2016, at ICP had their 3-year requirements waived. They were immediately acknowledged as educational analysts and clinical supervisors at ICP one year after graduation if they remained under educational analysis from educational analysts described in 3.1 and are recognized by ICP. In this case, if a person executes their role well as an educational analyst for 3 years while acknowledged as an educational analyst at ICP by staying in educational analysis, he or she obtains the qualifications to become an educational analyst at ICP without staying in educational analysis program.

 

4.5. Privileges Given to the January 2017 Graduates of Psychoanalysis: The basic qualifications for educational analysts at ICP are given after 3 years of the educational analysis program once a student graduates from an institution acknowledged by ICP and becomes an educational analyst. Only those who graduated with psychoanalyst certifications in January 2017 at ICP had their 3-year requirements waived. They were immediately acknowledged as educational analysts and clinical supervisors at ICP two years after graduation if they remained under educational analysis from educational analysts described in 3.1 and are recognized by ICP. In this case, if a person executes their role well as an educational analyst for 3 years while acknowledged as an educational analyst at ICP by staying in educational analysis, he or she obtains the qualifications to become an educational analyst at ICP without staying in educational analysis program.

 

 

5. Cross-Cultural International Supervision (CCIS)

 

5.1. The full professor meeting decides the increase or decrease of the number of analysts in this program with regular evaluation of the program.

 

5.2. Written approval from the chair is needed if a student wishes to receive a clinical supervision or educational analysis from an analyst who is in CCIS but is not a full professor.

 

 

6. Interim Measures

 

6.1. This guideline takes effect on February 1, 2015. 6.2. The first revision of this guideline takes effect on March 1, 2015. 6.3. The second revision of this guideline takes effect on March 1, 2016. 6.4. The third revision of this guideline takes effect on September 1, 2017. 6.5. The fourth revision of this guideline takes effect on May 1, 2018.

 

 

 

Guidelines on the Qualifications of ICP Members and the Use of the Title

 

 

ICP is working to build trust as an institution that provides accurate education and extensive training for psychoanalytic theories and clinical practice since its establishment. We have had some achievements for the last 10 years, but we are still in the process of rooting psychoanalysis and its clinical practice in Korea.
The psychoanalysis training course requires the study of theory and experience for a relatively long period of time. During this period, we have introduced ourselves externally as educators or clinicians related to ICP, but there has been a few instances in which some of misused the expressions for qualifications and the terms for the organization, which often caused confusion. 

 

Therefore, we would like to share our guidelines on the terms for those currently in training or graduated to introduce ourselves accurately.

 

 

1. Psychoanalysts that graduated from the PA training course 

 

use the term, “psychoanalyst.”( ICPsyA: ICP Certified Psychoanalyst ).

 

2. Psychoanalytic psychotherapists that graduated from the PP training course 

 

use the term, “psychoanalytic psychotherapist.” ( ICPsyT: ICP Certified Psychoanalytic Psychotherapist).

 

3. Psychoanalytic counselors that graduated from the PC training course 

 

use the term, “psychoanalytic counselor.”(ICPsyC : ICP Certified Psychoanalytic Counselor).

 

4. Students, who are in the PC, PP, or PA course with the four types of training (educational analysis, individual clinical supervision, TSS participation in spring and fall regular semesters, and at least one theory class per semester), use the term, “PC student,” “PP student,” “PA student,” or “in training.”

 

5. Those who are not categorized in 1, 2, 3, or 4, have started classes but are not in regular training, or are in a leave of absence must not officially use the terms related to ICP or
use the terms “entering student,” or “student on leave.”

 

6. Those that are appointed by ICP must use the title given by ICP.

 

Please note that the institute is not responsible for expressing one’s relationship with ICP outside of the above principles. At the same time, the ethics committee will ask the person directly involved to imposing responsibilities upon such circumstances.

 

We know that the relevant qualifications as a result of training do not fully express the value of a person as a clinician. Nevertheless, we believe that it is important to know the official qualifications and status of each person, and convey it with accurate and transparent meaning.
We believe in a fair attitude, without exaggeration or underestimation, of trust for psychoanalysis, the institution, and as therapists to ourselves and others in our society.
We all hope that we can observe the principles of the institute responsibly when we introduce ourselves as a valuable and cherished member of ICP.

 

 

 

Guidelines for the Operating Organization of ICP and Appointment

 

Established: July10, 2017
Established: May 1, 2018

 

 

ICP executes the works based on the organizational structure when executing the programs related to management, training, education, and other psychoanalysis-related programs.

 

 

1. Board of Directors

Until there is a significant change in the operational environment of ICP in the future, the Board of Directors is divided into two groups: for-profit and non-profit boards of directors. Each board of directors has the financial and legal responsibility and right to make final decisions on all matters of management and operation for each division (for-profit or non-profit).

 

For-Profit Board of Directors
The For-Profit Board of Directors direct all for-profit business operations of ICP and make decisions. The president is the representative and the chair of this board of directors, which is composed of at least three directors and one of them must be an auditor. 

 

 

2. Committees

 

Administrative Committee
The Administrative Committee is responsible for operating in each area so that the objectives of ICP and directions of the board of directors can be executed. The president of the for-profit organization is the chair of this committee, which is composed of a director, two associate directors, and a secretary.  

 

Training Committee
The Training Committee is responsible for planning the psychoanalysis training course, managing the rules, and managing and evaluating certificate examinations at ICP. The director of the institution is the chair of this committee, and the members are all full professors of the institute.

 

Curriculum Committee
The Curriculum Committee is responsible for planning the psychoanalysis training courses, managing the rules, composing detailed content of the training courses, and curriculum management. An associate director of the institute is the chair of this committee, and the members are all full professors of the institute.

 

Admissions Committee
The Admissions Committee manages the overall admissions process of applicants for psychoanalysis training courses at ICP. An associate director of the institute is the chair of this committee, and the members are all full professors of the institute.

 

 

3. Executive Office

 

ICP has an executive office to efficiently process detailed administrative works. The executive office may be composed of a secretary and staff that are responsible for administrative support for the organization and handling payments and administrative complaints.

 

 

4. Organization Structure

 

ICP has positions described below to implement the objectives of the institution and for efficiency.

 

President
As the chief executive officer of the for-profit corporation of ICP, the President suggests visions for administration and education at ICP, has financial responsibilities, and administers all works. The president represents ICP as a psychoanalysis institute internally and externally. 

 

Corporate Director
 The Corporate Director of ICP has legal and financial responsibilities to administrate ICP together with President and is involved in capital increase, movement, employee benefits, and administrations of ICP. 

 

Corporation Controller
 The Corporation Controller of ICP inspects the status of the corporate property, which is the work of the Board of Directors. If an unfair point is found, the Corporation Controller requests corrective action and reports this to the authorities and ICP operation organizations. The Corporate Controller is also required to report the status of the corporate properties and operation to the Board of Directors and the General Assembly and to state their opinions on the properties and work of the corporation to the ICP representative.  

 

Executive Director
The Executive Director directs all operating structures and is responsible for detailed management and business administration. With the Dean, two associate directors, and directors of each program, the Executive Director manages, supervises, arranges, and supports the work of the executive office. The executive director is appointed by the Board of Directors according to the articles of association.

 

Supportive Executive Director of Curriculum 
The Supportive Executive Director of Curriculum is responsible for establishing the psychoanalysis training curriculum, managing related rules, managing specific details of the training courses, and managing the semesters. He or she manages the official attitudes, objectives, principles, and internal and external messages of ICP. He or she assists the Director for work management, supervision, arrangement, and support. He or she is a delegate of the Director in their absence and is appointed by the Board of Directors according to the articles of association.

 

Supportive Executive Director of Admissions
The Supportive Executive Director of Admissions manages the whole process of admissions and certification qualifications for all applicants of the psychoanalysis training course. He or she manages the official attitudes, objectives and principles, and internal and external messages of ICP. He or she assists the Director for work management, supervision, arrangement, and support. He or she is a delegate of the Director in their absence and appointed by the Board of Directors according to the articles of association.

 

Program Directors
Program Directors collaborate with each committee and employees at ICP and plan and execute various programs at ICP. Program Directors are appointed by the Administrative Committee.

 

Secretary
The secretary is a person in charge of the executive office and manages the work and employees of the executive office. The secretary is appointed by the Director.

 

Staff
ICP may hire staff for efficient work when necessary. Staff is requested for internal responsibilities and appointed by the approval of the Director.