The Israel Institute for Jungian Psychology in honor of Erich Neumann seeks to promote and advance the work and ideas of CG Jung, Erich Neumann and Analytical Psychology

The Analytic Training

This program of studies leads to the conferment of the title of Jungian Analyst. Thereon the analyst is able to apply for membership to the Institute and through this to membership with the International Association for Analytical Psychology (IAAP).

The analytic training is designed for experienced therapists who wish to develop personally & professionally within the Jungian approach.

The program is intended for qualified and licensed mental health professionals: Psychologists, Social Workers, Psychiatrists and Expressive Arts Therapists who hold a masters-level qualification. Other applicants will be considered on an individual basis.

About The Institute

The Israel Institute for Jungian Psychology is a professional body entrusted with setting and maintaining a standard for clinical practice in Jungian analysis. It also encourages cooperation with other groups in order to deepen and expand the professional development of its candidates and members.

The Institute conducts a formal training program for mental health professionals, alongside other activities, some of which are open to the general public: lectures, case plays, guest lectures, group activities and more.

The Jungian Approach

The Jungian approach begins with the idea that we are born with an archetypal structure and not just a blank screen. In the psyche is an innate pattern that has been formed over the course of civilisation's development. Jung called this ancient layer, the collective unconscious. It is the foundation of the personality, a great sea, and the original source from which the individual roots and grows. In therapy we awaken this connection to the collective unconscious to bring a new force to the therapeutic process. 


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