Support SPSI

SPSI is the Northwest’s oldest American Psychoanalytic Association approved training institute. Founded in 1948, SPSI has strived for excellence in psychoanalytic training for clinicians, researchers, and academicians. Our graduates and members serve the Northwest community through educational symposia with nationally known speakers, educational programs open to all northwest psychotherapists, consultation to community organizations, and reduced fee psychoanalytic treatment available to the community at large.

One-time Donation

You can donate safely and easily online. SPSI is a 501(c)3 nonprofit corporation, and your gift is tax deductible.

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Planned Giving

All gifts, regardless of size, are welcome and appreciated.

A planned gift is an effective, long term way to ensure the future of psychoanalysis.

Simple, straightforward options for making a planned gift can be worked into your will. You may designate the Seattle Psychoanalytic Society and Institute through a bequest or as a beneficiary of a retirement plan or life insurance policy. Gifts such as these provide personal satisfaction and can make an enormous difference to SPSI.

For specific recommendations on making a planned gift, please consult a qualified professional advisor.

Annual Campaign

SPSI must augment annual revenue from faculty dues and tuition in order to cover operational expenses. The Annual Fund helps support our educational programs and makes, SPSI community projects possible including,

  • SPSI’s Referral Service – a valuable resource for the Seattle area community, providing referrals for psychotherapy and psychoanalysis, often at a reduced fee.
  • SPSI Continuing Education symposia – bringing eminent psychoanalysts to the Northwest to share knowledge and expertise, and hosting free programs which explore the intersection between the arts and psychoanalysis.
  • SPSI’s faculty members not only volunteer to teach in the programs but also consult with community-based organizations to provide psychoanalytically informed perspectives for treatment of homeless and at-risk children.