Become a Friend of Psychoanalysis!

Welcome to PPC's Membership Page

Pittsburgh Psychoanalytic Center invites you to be part of our community.  By becoming a member you are helping to support programs in the arts, education, and child-development. You are ensuring that a resource exists in Pittsburgh for training in the theory and practice of psychoanalysis.  


For over 50 years health professionals and institutions of higher learning have affirmed the value of psychoanalysis by participating in our programs and seeking to further their understanding and deepen their practice with patients. We have provided training to counselors, caretakers, physicians, nurses and clergy.  A diverse range of professionals has sought to increase their competence through participation in our programs.  


When dealing with lifelong hurts, behavior patterns, or family issues, some people have found that the pace of treatment in other settings sometimes does not allow for the issues that they are facing to be adequately explored and addressed.


Your annual membership will help provide treatment that:

  • adresses self identity
  • seeks to create better relationship skills
  • ease anxiety and depression
  • change destructive behaviors
  • allow the individual to live a more satisfying and authentic life



The membership levels are designed to allow individuals on any budget to participate. They are good for the academic year. 

Your donation is tax-deductible and practically pays for itself with discounts, free events and access to our library. 


By clicking below to become a member you will receive:

$5 off our continuing education programs

2 Free Member Events: see below for details as the programs are developed. 

Access to the library and permission to check out materials.


This year, pledges to our Annual Appeal of $35 or more will automatically provide you with membership privileges.  No form required! 



If you have questions about membership, contact, Maya Andlig, Executive Director, today. 


(412) 661-4224 or 

Members gain access to our library
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Membership Form Download Here

Membership Form 2014.pdf
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Smoke and Ephemera: A Discussion of Art with Mario Fischetti, Ph.D.


Earthly Quiet by Claire Hardy











 Smoke and Other Ephemera, a conversation about art including the works of Claire Hardy. The event will take place at the historic Mansions on Fifth, and will be a free member event. The event is also open to the public. A $10 donation is suggested. 


























Join PPC Faculty Member Mario Fischetti, Ph.D. for a discussion of the basic tenants of Freudian theory and the contribution Freud made to the understanding of mankind.