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Psychoanalysis is a set of theories and therapeutic techniques that deal in part with the unconscious mind, and which together form a method of treatment for mental disorders. The discipline was established in the early 1890s by Austrian neurologist Sigmund Freud, who developed the practice from his theoretical model of personality organization and development, psychoanalytic theory. Freud's work stems partly from the clinical work of Josef Breuer and others. Psychoanalysis was later developed in different directions, mostly by students of Freud, such as Alfred Adler and his collaborator, Carl Gustav Jung, as well as by neo-Freudian thinkers, such as Erich Fromm, Karen Horney, and Harry Stack Sullivan.

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Organizations relating to Psychoanalysis

International Society of Psychoanalysis and Philosophy / Sao Paulo, Brazil / Est. 2008
Federación Psicoanalitica de América Latina / Montevideo, Uruguay / Est. 1960
European Depression Association / Brussels, Belgium / Est. 2004
Associazione Internazionale di Psicanalisi Eclettica
Nordic Psychoanalytical Association / Oslo, Norway
EuroFédération de psychanalyse / Est. 1990
Federación Americana de Psicoanalisis de la Orientación Lacaniana / Est. 2012
East European Psychoanalytic Institute / Trieste, Italy
International Erich Fromm Society / Tübingen, Germany / Est. 1985
Fondation européenne pour la psychanalyse / Paris, France
Mythopoeic Society / Altadena CA, USA / Est. 1967
Association internationale d'ethnopsychanalyse / Bobigny, France / Est. 1996
European Conference of Psychoanalysts / Ramat Ayim, Israel
Congrès des psychanalystes de langue française / Paris, France / Est. 1926
Institut international de psychoanalyse, Bruxelles / Brussels, Belgium
International Foundation for Psychosynthesis
Central European Psychoanalytical Association
Psychosynthesis International / Oceanside CA, USA / Est. 1984
International Center for Self-Analysis
Scandinavian Association of Psychoanalysts
Latin American Psycho-Analytical Federation
Postpartum Depression: Action Towards Causes and Treatment Consortium
World Fantasy Convention / Est. 1975
Nordic Psychoanalytic Congress / Est. 1968
International Institute for Bioenergetic Analysis / Barcelona, Spain / Est. 1956
International Society for the Psychoanalytic Study of Organizations / Melbourne VIC, Australia / Est. 1985
International Association Interactions of Psychoanalysis / Paris, France / Est. 1985
International Federation of Psychoanalytic Societies / Santiago, Chile / Est. 1962
International Institute of Psychoanalysis and Psychotherapy Charles Baudouin / Est. 1924
International Szondi Association / Binkom, Belgium / Est. 1959
International Society of Analytical Trilogy / Sao Paulo, Brazil / Est. 1970
World Association of Psychoanalysis / Est. 1992
International Psychoanalytical Association / London, UK / Est. 1910

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World Problems relating to Psychoanalysis

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Mental depression
Adverse environmental consequences of depressed agricultural prices
Misperception
Paranoia
Depressed industries
Manic-depressive psychosis
Postnatal depression
Dyspnoea
Use of medical drugs for non medical purposes
Involutional depression

Action Strategies relating to Psychoanalysis

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Practicing psychosynthesis
Ensuring competent psychoanalysis
Treating depression
Depressing
Raising-Depressing
Distrusting psychoanalysts
Stimulating collectively organized fantastic happenings
Treating hallucination
Psychoanalysing
Asserting ego

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