The Australian Psychoanalytical Society is the leading body for psychoanalysis in Australia.
The Australian Psychoanalytical Society (APAS) is a component society of the International Psychoanalytical Association (IPA), an organisation of over 10,000 members worldwide, which is involved in training, research, and maintenance of standards for psychoanalytic practice. We have branches in Adelaide, Melbourne and Sydney.
The Society is dedicated to psychoanalytic treatment and training, to the development of psychoanalytic thinking and to the communication of these ideas to the public. Members work in private practice, in hospitals and universities and other institutional settings. They also undertake teaching and supervision of the clinical work of psychotherapists and other mental health practitioners.Useful links :
- the history of Psychoanalysis in Australia
- notices of up-coming conferences and seminars
- details of opportunities for training in Psychoanalysis
- a link to the Society e-journal “Psychoanalysis Downunder”
You will be able to:
- find an analyst in your area
- join our email list to receive advance notice of conferences and other events
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News & Upcoming Events 2015
A selection of papers will be chosen to introduce course participants to the key concepts and their development in psychoanalytic thinking and practice.
PPC@SIP start date of new course to be announced shortly.
A new Clinic of the Sydney Institute for Psychoanalysis (SIP) with Online access.
The WINN Clinic offers in depth assessment and treatment to adults, adolescents, and children. For further information please follow the link to the clinic website www.thewinnclinic.net/ or alternatively email firstname.lastname@example.org
The Adelaide Institute runs seminars for mental health clinicians via video-link with leading international and Australian clinicians. The 2015 intake is fully subscribed. Watch this space for future programmes.
Seminars in Adelaide
Contact Gil Anaf at email@example.com for further information.
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POPIG MIP Film Seminar
Dr J McClean will lead a seminar looking at the Film "A Dangerous Method" on Saturday June 13th.
Follow the link for further information.