Limits on Practice - Research Psychoanalysts
Research psychoanalysts may engage in psychoanalysis as an adjunct to teaching,
training, or research. Research psychoanalysts may not engage in a full-time clinical
practice providing psychoanalytic services on a fee-for-service basis. Psychoanalytic
service can be provided on a fee-for-service basis for not more than one-third of
his or her total professional time including time spent in practice, teaching, training,
Teaching, training, or research must be the primary activity of the research psychoanalyst.
The primary activity may be demonstrated by:
- A full-time faculty appointment at A University of California, a state university
or college, or an accredited or approved educational institution as defined in Section
94310(a) and (b) of the Education Code.
- Significant ongoing responsibility for teaching or training as demonstrated by the
amount of time devoted to such teaching or training or the number of students trained.
- A significant research effort demonstrated by publications in professional journals
or publication of books.