Some information about the Society of Analytical Psychology

The Society of Analytical Psychology was founded in 1946 with the aim of developing the ideas of C.G. Jung, providing a rigorous training in analytical psychology, and providing analysis and therapy to adults, children and adolescents. It has become the foremost training institute in Jungian analysis and psychotherapy, integrating Jungian and post-Jungian developments with those of psychoanalysis. It is based in Swiss Cottage in London.

What's in a name?

Analytical Psychology is the name that C.G. Jung gave to his particular form of analysis and psychotherapy, partly to describe the distinctive views he developed and partly to distinguish it from what Sigmund Freud called psychoanalysis. The training at the SAP integrates Jungian and post-Jungian ideas with those of psychoanalysis and other developments in analysis and psychotherapy (such as attachment theory and the recent developments in neuroscience).

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