International Psychoanalytical Association
See also: API
The international psychoanalytical Association (API) is the broadest organization of psychoanalysis. It gathers psychoanalysts anxious to impose standards for a sincere practice and of quality.
HistorySigmund Freud wished to prevent too many impostures of car-proclaimed psychoanalysts. On a proposal of Sándor Ferenczi, it based at the time of the congress of Nuremberg in 1910 the international psychoanalytical Association .
The didactic formation of the psychoanalysts was imposed only in 1918.
Schools recognized by the API oneThe API one works with 57 organizations in 34 different countries, and counts 11.000 members.
- psychoanalytical Company of Psychoanalytical Paris
- Association of Swiss France
- Company of Psychoanalysis (and German and Italian (Tessin)
- Canadian Company of psychoanalysis
- the Moroccan Psychoanalytical Company
- American Psychoanalytic Association
- Brittish society off psychoanalysis
- Los Angeles Institute and Society for Psychoanalytic Studies
- Chicago Psychoanalytic Society
- Southern California Psychoanalytic Society
- Dallas Psychoanalytic Society
- North Carolina Psychoanalytic Society
- Canadian Psychoanalytic Society
- Ottawa Psychoanalytic Society
- Australian Psychoanalytic Society
- Deutsche Psychoanalytische Vereinigung
- Association Italian of Psychoanalysis
- Società Psicoanalitica Italiana
- Asociación Psichoanalítica of Buenos Aires
- Sociedade Psicanalítica C Rio de Janeiro
- Associacion psychoanalitica argentina
- Site API
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