Related Organisations

The International Association for Analytical Psychology (IAAP) was founded in 1955 and is the accrediting and regulatory organization for all professional analytical psychologists’ groups and Jungian analytic trainings. The main objectives of the IAAP are to advance the understanding and utility of analytical psychology worldwide, and to ensure that the highest professional, scientific, and ethical standards are maintained in the training and practice of analytical psychologists among its Member Groups.

The Australasian Confederation of Psychoanalytical Psychotherapies (ACPP) uniquely represents and advocates for psychoanalytic psychotherapies as an integral element of mental health service delivery model in Australia.

The foundation members of the Confederation are: • The Australian Association of Group Psychotherapy (AAGP); • The Australian & New Zealand Society of Jungian Analysts (ANZSJA) • The Australian Psychoanalytic Society (APAS) • The Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy Association of Australasia (PPAA)

ACPP works to ensure that the credentials of psychoanalytic psychotherapies, psychoanalysis and group analysis meet both international and national standards as a result of defining, establishing and promoting the training practices of our member associations, demonstrating our competencies, and developing research.

The Jung Page provides online educational resources for the Jungian community around the world. Begun in 1995 by Jungian analyst Don Williams,

The Archive for Research in Archetypal Symbolism (ARAS) is a pictorial and written archive of mythological, ritualistic, and symbolic images from all over the world and from all epochs of human history.

The ARAS archive contains about 18,000 photographic images, each cross-indexed, individually mounted, and accompanied by scholarly commentary.

Sandplay is a therapeutic method developed by Dora M. Kalff, in Zollikon, Switzerland. It is based on the psychological principles of C.G.Jung. Sandplay is a creative form of therapy using the imagination, “a concentrated extract of the life forces both physical and psychic.” (C.G.Jung) It is characterized by the use of sand, water and miniatures in the creation of images within a “free and protected space” of the therapeutic relationship and the sand tray.

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