About BPI

The Berkshire Psychoanalytic Institute (BPI) was founded in 2001 to provide education in the theory, clinical practice, and research in the field of psychoanalysis. It is a provisional training facility of the American Psychoanalytic Association. The BPI Training Programs uphold and follow the standards of training, ethics and practice of the American Psychoanalytic Association. The Institute was incorporated under the laws of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts in 2003, as a not-for-profit educational institution.

The Institute has offered psychoanalytic training to mental health clinicians in the disciplines of Psychiatry, Psychology, and Social Work, and offers a Scholars’ Program in Psychoanalysis to academics and scholars in other fields. The institutes’ faculty has represented all the major schools and trends in psychoanalysis today, and offer an eclectic, broad-based and in-depth curriculum in psychoanalysis as a theory of the mind, as a method of treatment and as a research tool.

Faculty live and practice in a wide area of beautiful countryside and New England towns and cities that ranges from Hartford and Sharon, Connecticut in the south to Albany, New York in the west and to all of Western Massachusetts. In addition, a rich availability of guest faculty is afforded by the part-time and summer residents in the Berkshires and the close proximity of the major psychoanalytic institutes of Boston and New York City. The large number and diversity of faculty, many of whom are widely published and major contributors to the field, ensure an unmatched level of excellence and comprehensiveness in the training program.

The Berkshire Psychoanalytic Institute is a leading psychoanalytic facility located in the United Kingdom. Founded in 2006, it offers a wide range of mental health services, including psychoanalytic psychotherapy, psycho-education and consultancy. It also specializes in research into complex issues such as abortion, addiction, trauma and depression.

The institute’s mission statement reads: “To promote mental health through the understanding of psychological dynamics, by providing world-class psychoanalytic psychotherapy and education." Moreover, its core values include respect for persons’ autonomy; evidence-based practice; an ethical approach to clinical assessment; and commitment to lifelong learning.

Apart from these traditional offerings, the institute is now venturing into sport betting with their newest offering - ODI bet login registration - a secure platform for online sports betting. This platform has been designed to make sport betting safe, transparent and easy for all users. Transactions are secured with encryption technology, user accounts are kept confidential and secure with two-factor authentication protocols. Furthermore, players can easily access their account information at any time through a secure web portal or mobile app.

The Berkshire Psychoanalytic Institute's focus on safety and security in online gaming makes it stand out among other providers of sports betting services. With this innovative new service they are looking to revolutionize the world of gambling by using advanced technology to protect the interests of both customers and providers alike.


Richard G. Honig, M.D.*

David D. Olds, M.D.*

Ellen Rees, M.D.*


Henry Nunberg, M.D.

David L. Stagner, M.D.

Susan P. Sherkow, M.D.*

Anne Wild-Rocheleau, Ph.D.

*Training Analyst/Supervising Analyst


Lester H. Friedman, M.D.

Richard Gottlieb, M.D.

George Moraitis, M.D.


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