Founded in 1924, the Institute of Psychoanalysis has trained generations of psychoanalysts, many of whom have become leaders in the field of mental health. The Institute of Psychoanalysis welcomes applicants from all types of professional and academic backgrounds, from all over the world.
The site for contemporary psychoanalysis
Public events, information, and resources from The Institute of Psychoanalysis
Middlesex University was one of the first universities in the United Kingdom to have enabled and fostered the teaching of psychoanalysis at graduate level, offering a taught MA degree and the opportunity to register for a research degrees (MPhil and PhD) since 1990. The Centre for Psychoanalysis facilitates individual and collaborative research into psychoanalysis.
education, practice, research, advocacy
The APP is an organisation formed to advance the practice of psychoanalytic psychotherapy in the NHS and other public services. The APP achieves its aims by helping to co-ordinate activities and educational facilities for psychoanalytic psychotherapists working in the NHS and other public services.
The Australian Psychoanalytical Society is a component organisation of the International Psychoanalytical Association and its official body for Psychoanalysis in Australia.
The Centre for Psychoanalytic Studies is a multifaceted clinical and academic approach to diversity of Psychoanalytic traditions, Freudian, Kleinian, Winnicottian, Bionian, Jungian and Lacanian studies. It's professors, clinicians and practitioners have close relationships with the National Health Service, education, care services and professional institutions, ensuring undergraduate and postgraduate courses and CPD short courses, workshops and conferences are relevant, up-to-date and responsive to the needs of society. You can explore their papers, podcasts and videos on the CPS website.
The Manor House Centre for Psychotherapy and Counselling (MHCPC) provides training for people working or planning to work in both paid and voluntary positions in the community. The Centre is in North London in a large historic Georgian house set in its own grounds and accessed by nearby Underground and Bus services. There are excellent teaching facilities, a library and cafeteria.