When a group of psychologists or medical doctors or other individuals involved in Analytical Psychology has established itself in a part of the world where there is no IAAP constituent Society and asks for its recognition as an official IAAP Developing Group, this group is invited to present its composition, its internal organisation, its program of work and its projects by completing an application form and a questionnaire, available from the Chair of the Sub-Committee for Developing Groups. On this basis, a site visit is then organized.
This visit to the site can be made by the Chair of the Sub-Committee for the Developing Groups, by a member of the Executive Committee, or by another IAAP member at the request of the Chair of the Sub-Committee for the Developing Groups. The expenses incurred by such a visit will be reimbursed by the IAAP.
Generally, the visiting analyst gives a lecture, oversees a group supervision, and conducts thorough interviews with the Officers of the Developing Group as well as with some of its members. In particular, he or she evaluates the internal consistency of the Group as a whole, and ascertains which individuals among its members could involve themselves in the route to IAAP Individual Membership. He or she also gathers information about the local and regional training conditions, the clinical practices and the institutional organisations of the clinicians in the area, and he gives to the Group any information about the IAAP's rules and activities that may need clarification.
If these first exchanges prove to be positive, the visiting analyst can then discuss with the Group the possibility of setting up a program of work to be realised in collaboration with the IAAP (theoretical program, group supervision, possibly individual supervision, and, in some cases, personal analysis). He or she also plans with the Group who could serve as the IAAP Liaison Person and how to compose a team of visiting analysts who could then come to the site in accordance with the budget reserved by the IAAP for the Group's activities. Currently the provisional budget for an IAAP Developing Group ranges from between 3 000 to 8 000 Swiss Francs per annum, and can be higher in some particular cases.
Following these meetings and on the basis of the information gathered, the visiting analyst writes a report that includes his or her recommendations which is then submitted to the Chair of the Sub-Committee for the Developing Groups. The Sub-Committee then presents its conclusions and recommendations to the Executive Committee, who in turn proceed to a vote in favour or against the recognition of the Group as an official IAAP Developing Group. If the Executive Committee votes in favour, it announces its decision to the next Delegates' Meeting. The new Developing Group can then begin with its program of work after the decision of the Executive Committee and within the limits of its provisional budget.
Chair, Sub-Committee for Developing Groups
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Analytische Psychologie zwischen gestern, heute und morgen.
Wohin entwickeln wir und als Individuen und Gesellschaft?
Sloss Schönbrunn, Wien, 21. - 24. August, 2014
Kontakt: Österreischische Gesellschaft für Analytische Psychologie
St John’s College Cambridge, UK
Friday 12 – Sunday 14 September 2014
The Notion of the Sublime in Creativity and Destruction
Filiation et Affiliation
Évolution des nouvelles formes de parentalité et ses conséquences sur la construction identitaire : une complexité moderne
18 October 2014
Maison des Cultures du Monde 101, boulevard Raspail, 75006 Paris.
Colloque organisé par la Société Française de Psychologie Analytique.
International Association for Analytical Psychology with the Association of Jungian Analysts, British Jungian Analytic Association, Guild of Analytical Psychologists, Independent Group of Analytical Psychologists, Society of Analytical Psychology.
Friday December 5th to Sunday December 7th
A Book Launch and International Conference
24-26 April 2015, Kibbutz Shefayim, Israel
The long awaited publication of the Correspondence between C.G. Jung and Erich Neumann promises to be a landmark event in the history of analytical psychology. The Jung-Neumann Letters, edited by Martin Liebscher, is due to be published by Princeton University Press early spring 2015. To mark this important event, an international conference is being planned, to be jointly sponsored by The Foundation for the Works of C.G. Jung, the Neumann family, The Philemon Foundation, The International Association of Analytical Psychology, and The Israel Institute of Jungian Psychology.
Fourth Joint Conference of the IAAP and the IAJS
9 to 12 July, 2015
New Haven, Connecticut
Call for papers before 15 November 2014.
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VII Latin American Congress
June 3 - 6, 2015, Buenos Aires, Argentina
VII CONGRESO LATINAMERICANO DI PSICOLOGÍA JUNGUIANA
Conflicto y Creatividad, Puentes y Fronteras Arquetípicas.
3 al 6 de Junio de 2015, Buenos Aires - Argentina
Thursday 27 August 2015 – Sunday 30 August 2015
Encounters, Traditions, Developments:
Analysis at the Cultural Crossroads
XX International Congress of the IAAP
August 28 to September 2, 2016
Anima Mundi in Transition
Cultural, Clinical and Professional Challenges
Deadline for Proposals by IAAP Analysts: October 1st, 2014.
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