What are analysts doing these days? According to Dr. Erik Gann, quoted in the article, the future of psychoanalysis (after all) is "not going to be in treatment per se, but in the extension of psychoanalytic thinking into 21st-century culture." Really? If so, what place, if any, should psychoanalysis have in psychiatry residency training? For that matter, why should APA remain interested in analysis, any more so than in musicology or particle physics or other areas of cultural inquiry relevant to the new millennium? And the spectacle of a physician offering advice to a corporation, which apparently leads to an employee’s losing his job, is disturbing.