Learning with senior clinicians and world-class Jungian thinkers
Open exploration of intellectual precursors to, and influences on, Jung’s psychology.
Firm academic grounding in C.G.Jung’s ideas and post-Jungian theory alongside contemporary clinical practice
Dr Gerhard Adler, AJA’s founder, was a close associate of CG Jung, and one of the editors of Jung’s Collected Works.
Acclaimed post qualification training to become a Jungian Analyst over two years of weekend study.
Inviting conversations to connect people with Jung’s Psychology and it’s relevance in todays world
All AJA Jungian Analysts offer some reduced fee therapy.
The Association of Jungian Analysts is a London-based organisation promoting Analytical Psychology, based on the writings of C. G. Jung and post-Jungian thinkers.
We are known for our original analytical training programme. This integrates classical, archetypal and developmental approaches to Jungian Psychology to support contemporary clinical practice for todays world.
We also offer a variety of learning events, inviting open conversation and exploration to further develop Jungian thought.
Our members are accredited Jungian Analysts with the International Association of Analytical Psychology (IAAP) and regulated by the British Psychoanalytic Council (BPC) or/ and the UK Council for Psychotherapy (UKCP)
I am delighted to welcome you to the official website of the International Association for Analytical Psychology, IAAP. As President of our global organisation, I, along with my fellow Officers, the Executive Committee and our dedicated staff, are committed to advancing the field of Analytical Psychology worldwide.
Our main goals at IAAP are to promote the highest professional, scientific and ethical standards in our association and to ensure that Analytical Psychology is recognised and valued as a vital field of study and practice. Thank you for visiting the IAAP website and we hope you find it informative and interesting.
Are you a qualified therapist who is interested in training as a Jungian analyst? The AJA training is for you.
The seminar programme consists of 20 weekend modules taking place over two years (2024 and 2025). The programme is concerned with clinical, personal, social, intellectual and spiritual aspects of individual development. The training, in the context of a sustained personal analysis, aims to provide a thorough analytic foundation. Within this, the development of sound therapeutic practice cultivates a respect for the healing potential of the unconscious.
The archetypal and prospective character of the unconscious forms the centre of clinical theoretical work. In a practical sense, this means that the orientation of the training is on healing through symbolic transformation, as well as the diagnosis, aetiology and treatment of symptoms. Dream analysis is an integral part of the therapeutic approach as is analysis of transference and countertransference.
Applications are invited from psychotherapists registered with UKCP or BPC (or equivalent). Each application is considered individually. Most applicants will meet the following criteria. If you have some, but not all of the following, please contact the chair of training to discuss your application:
- have a degree or equivalent;
- have completed a training in psychotherapy recognised by UKCP or BPC and hold registration with one of these two organisations;
- have had at least 240 hours of personal analysis with an approved IAAP analyst before the training starts which should include some 3-times-weekly work;
- have an established clinical practice (private, NHS or equivalent) which includes some twice- or three-times weekly work;
- have had supervision with an IAAP analyst before the training starts;
- have participated in Jungian and psychodynamic seminars, either during training or since qualifying as a psychotherapist;
- have completed a minimum six months psychiatric placement;
- have had a professional approach to CPD since qualifying as a psychotherapist.
The Association of Jungian Analysts is committed to a policy of equal opportunity and non-discrimination in relation to admission to training by psychotherapists who meet the above criteria.
Applications are invited from psychotherapists who are registrants of the United Kingdom Council for Psychotherapy (UKCP) and/or the British Psychoanalytic Council (BPC), (or equivalent). Successful completion of the programme leads to membership of the Association of Jungian Analysts, and of the International Association for Analytical Psychology (IAAP).
The next intake of candidates is in January 2024. Applications are currently being accepted. The deadline for applications is 30 June 2023.
For all Training enquiries please email Helena Rogowska at:
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