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APsaA Evolving Standards - Members' Forum
Saturday, September 11, 2021, 11:00 AM until 1:00 PM
On behalf of the Institute Requirements and Review Committee (IRRC), I am pleased to forward you a link to the 2nd draft of the IRRC’s recommendation to revise APsaA’s Standards for Psychoanalytic Education and invite you to attend a Member’s Forum on the proposed revision Saturday, September 11 from noon to 2 pm Eastern Time. A narrative summary of the draft recommendation is attached (below) for your convenience.
Saturday, Sept. 11, 2021
12:00 PM Eastern Time (US and Canada)
Please register in advance for this meeting:
After registering, you will receive a confirmation email
containing information about joining the meeting.
The Member’s Forum will be for discussion only - no vote or poll will be taken. The IRRC may consider final edits to the recommendation based on the discussion. Please see the attached agenda for the Forum, which is designed to facilitate a collegial, productive meeting. If you would like to submit comments on the recommendation, please click here and Debbie Steinke will share them with the IRRC. The Forum will be recorded except for the break-out groups and the recording will be available for viewing.
Next steps. The IRRC recommendation will be submitted to the Board for consideration at its meeting on September 26 along with all the member comments submitted and a summary of the Members Forum. The Board may accept the recommendation and submit it to the Membership for another comment period before taking a vote, return the recommendation to the committee with instructions for further work, or take another course of action.
The IRRC, in consultation with the Department of Psychoanalytic Education (DPE), has worked diligently on the recommendation over the summer, responding to member comments and feedback from the Board meeting in June. We greatly