International Association for Analytical Psychology (IAAP)
Association internationale de psychologie analytique (AIPA)
Asociación Internacional de Psicologia Analitica
Internationale Gesellschaft für Analytische Psychologie (IGFAP)
Associazione Internazionale di Psicologia Analitica
1955 Zurich Switzerland
1955, Zurich (Switzerland). Statutes adopted 31 Aug 1962; amended 1 Sep 1971, 6 Sep 1977, 22 Mar 1983, Sep 1986, Aug 1992, Aug 1995, Aug 2001, Cambridge (UK); Aug 2004, Barcelona (Spain); Aug 2007, Cape Town (South Africa).
Promote study and disseminate knowledge of analytical psychology; encourage maintenance of high standards of training and practice.
Events2022-08-28 | Buenos Aires, Argentina – International Congress for Analytical Psychology
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Meeting of Delegates (every 3 years, at Congress), groups being represented by delegates according to membership; Executive Committee, comprising President (who acts as Chairperson), President Elect, 2 Vice-Presidents, Secretary and 9 members.
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