Developing Groups and Router Groups

Developing Groups are associations of people in regions or countries in which there is no existing IAAP Group Member. The groups are composed of students of Analytical Psychology, working primarily as professional psychotherapists, physicians, and educators or in other relevant professions. A number of these may be Routers, pursuing Router Training to become Individual Members of the IAAP.

Router Groups are associations of Routers.

Membership of a Developing Group or a Router Group does not imply membership status in the IAAP.

The formation and organization of Developing Groups and Router Groups are described in the DG & RG Handbook and Router Training is described in the Router Handbook. Both handbooks are available on request. Please contact the Chair of the Education Committee, Misser Berg on misser.berg@mail.dk. If you have questions regarding Developing Groups and Router Groups you are also welcome to address those to Misser Berg.

The Developing Groups and Router Groups have been grouped together in five different regions. For further information you may click on the links below:

 

Latin America

Chile
Colombia
Ecuador
the Dominican Republic

 

Chinese Region and Asia

Beijing
Guangzhou
Hong Kong
India
Macau
Shanghai
Taipei

 

Eastern Europe

Belarus
Georgia
Kazakhstan
Kemerovo
Krasnodar
Ukraine

 

Central Europe

Bulgaria
Czech Republic
Estonia
Hungary
Poland
Romania
Serbia
Slovenia

 

Other

Malta
Tunisia