The Association of Jungian Analysts is a London-based organisation promoting Analytical Psychology, based on the writings of C. G. Jung. We integrate classical, archetypal and developmental approaches to Jungian analysis in our theory and clinical practice, whilst also recognising the spiritual dimension in human beings.
At AJA, we are open to new developments and findings in a variety of related disciplines including contemporary psychoanalysis, creative arts, literature, philosophy, sociology, anthropology and the sciences. We aim to be inclusive and non-dogmatic.
FIND AN ANALYST
AJA has members across England, Wales and around the globe. If you are looking for a Jungian Analyst near you, please consult the AJA membership directory – click here.
FIND A SUPERVISOR
Several of our members offer Jungian supervision. Whether you are a Jungian Analyst, or work in another model, you may benefit from supervision with an AJA analyst – click here.
REDUCED COST ANALYSIS
Some of our analysts may be able to offer analysis at a reduced rate. Contact an analyst through our directory to make an enquiry. Fees will differ between analysts.
AJA is a group member of the International Association of Analytical Psychology. In response to recent events the IAPP Executive Committee has released the following statement.
“The Members of the Executive Committee of the IAAP express our deep sadness and concern for the large groups of innocent people in Israel, in Palestine and in other parts of the world suffering from the trauma of terror and violence inflicted on them. We note the polarization in these complicated situations and implore all the parties involved to seek ways of resolving the confrontation, which will not add to the large-scale human trauma. We stand in solidarity with our colleagues and friends and support psychological care for the innocent suffering human beings, whomever they are and wherever they live.
In our hearts, we are with them all.”
TRAIN TO BE A JUNGIAN ANALYST
a post-graduate training for qualified psychotherapists
Thirty years ago, the British Journal of Psychotherapy published a paper by Dr Farhad Dalal entitled ‘Jung: A racist’ (Dalal, 1988). Regrettably, no adequate acknowledgement or apology for what Jung
Martin Stone, past chair of AJA and chair of the 40th Anniversary Committee, appears in this video introduction to a Special Edition JAP on the successful conference of all five
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