Approach to Training

The AJA Jungian Analytic Training for Qualified Psychotherapists is unique in the UK as it is designed specifically for psychotherapists who have completed their original training, yet sense their therapeutic approach is incomplete. AJA has successfully trained many Jungian analysts working within the UK or internationally. We support people learning with us to discover a voice of one’s own within a supportive community of colleagues.

Here is an outline of how AJA shapes learning

Monthly seminars over two years of weekend study to ensure limited disruption to your established clinical practice.

Access to digital training resources including access to the Collected Works online and open access to the AJA library at Delancey Street.

Continuation of your personal analysis with a Jungian Analyst even if they are members of another IAAP organisation

Learning with a diverse group of senior clinicians and renowned Jungian thinkers in small seminar groups

Open-minded, undogmatic and conserves a mature approach to learning

Reflective thinking group with training peers

Candidates are encouraged to become involved in all aspects of AJA life from beginning of training, bringing their experience to help AJA flourish. This includes a candidate membership of AJA’s Council.

Free access to a bi-annual residential summer school with AJA members.

Free access to monthly seminars and AJA at home programme.

AJA is committed to diversity, equity and inclusion and this is reflected in the learning and approach to clinical practice.

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