Educational Institutions

Cleveland Psychoanalytic Center

  • Cleveland Heights, OH
  • www.psychoanalysiscleveland.org

Mission Statement

The Cleveland Psychoanalytic Center ("Center") is the name of the newly merged agency incorporating the former Cleveland Psychoanalytic Institute and Cleveland Psychoanalytic Society, both of which have been a part of Cleveland's medical and mental health communities for almost 50 years. The Center is a membership organization of psychoanalysts which provides formal and informal training, promotes scholarship and research and offers community education and referral services. The Center's mission is to promote the development and use of psychoanalysis for the benefit of the community. Most of the Center's programs are run by members on a voluntary basis.

ruling year

1968

Principal Officer

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Ms. Betsey Kamm

Keywords

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psychoanalysis, psychoanalytic,

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EIN

34-1019020

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Cause Area (NTEE Code)

Graduate, Professional(Separate Entities) (B50)

Libraries, Library Science (B70)

Professional Societies & Associations (F03)

IRS Filing Requirement

This organization is required to file an IRS Form 990 or 990-EZ.

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Programs

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Program 1

Accredited training of psychoanalysts; library of psychoanalytic resources; annual Visiting Scholar program; referral to insight-oriented therapy for adults and children via the Katan Consultation and Referral Service; consultation to community agencies; two year Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy Training Program; Scientific Meetings and community focused educational programs; continuing education provider for physicians, psychologists, social workers & counselors; Psychoanalysis in Cleveland Newsletter; Biennial Katan Symposium; The Association for Psychoanalytic Thought; and Friends of the Cleveland Psychoanalytic Center

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CLEVELAND PSYCHOANALYTIC CENTER
Fiscal year: Jun 01-May 31

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Cleveland Psychoanalytic Center

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Principal Officer

Ms. Betsey Kamm

BIO

Betsey Kamm is the first Executive Director of the Cleveland Psychoanalytic Center, an agency formed by the merger of two non-profit agencies: The Cleveland Psychoanalytic Society and the Cleveland Psychoanalytic Institute. Ms. Kamm has been a non-profit administrator since 1984 in agencies including two battered women's shelters, a municipal recreation department, a YMCA, a multi-agency employment program for mental health consumers and a consortium of community mental health agencies. Ms. Kamm received her BA from Cornell University and her MBA from Mount Saint Mary's University.

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