The Independent Group of Analytical Psychologists offers a programme which prepares carefully selected candidates to become Analytical Psychologists. Those who successfully complete the programme become members of IGAP and of the International Association for Analytical Psychology (IAAP).
The programme aims to teach and facilitate study of the theory and practice of the Psychology of C. G. Jung. Based on an intensive experience of individual analysis, it emphasises the reality of archetypal and collective contents and processes of the unconscious psyche as well as personal and interpersonal dynamics. Special attention is given to Jung's Collected Works, and a range of related clinical and psychotherapeutic issues is covered as well.
IGAP acknowledges that individuation means that each Jungian analyst will develop personal values and styles of practice, within a strict code of professional and ethical standards.
The IGAP programme of preparation is accredited by the UK Council for Psychotherapy (UKCP) for the purposes of registration.
Acceptance onto the Programme of Preparation is not a guarantee of final qualification. At any stage of its process IGAP reserves the right in its absolute discretion to refuse any candidate permission to proceed to the next stage and to ask them to leave the programme. This applies irrespective of whether or not the formal requirements have been met.
IGAP only accepts one new intake of students a year, and the current deadline for applications to be submitted to the IGAP office is 1 November in any given year. Students accepted onto the programme will then commence their training the following autumn.
To view and print your copy of the brochure outlining the complete details of the programme and how to apply, click here.
The Independent Group of Analytical Psychologists is a Registered Charity No.1029545
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