Admission requirements

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These can also be found in the rules of procedure

 

Aspirants

a. have a sufficiently long commitment in a personal analysis. Other psychotherapeutic experiences can also be taken into account. The training committee assesses this.

b. provide a written agreement stating understanding and approval of the articles of association, the house rules and the code of ethics of the B.S.J.P.

c. have two obligatory one-to-one meetings with two different members of the training committee of the B.S.J.P.

 

The training committee decides on the admission of the candidate and informs the chairman and the general assembly.

 

Candidates

a.  commit themselves to a minimum of 240 sessions in a personal psychoanalysis.

b. hold a university degree (medicine, psychology or equivalent) and are able to  provide evidence of clinical and psychiatric education and experience.

c.  have actively participated in the theoretical training program during the last 2 years.

d. have demonstrated sufficient theoretical insight in papers in the field of analytical psychology and psychoanalysis.

e.  are able to discuss the influence of their own personality on the work with analysts in a knowledgeable way.

f.  have the necessary qualities to perform the analytical work with analysts under the supervision of the trainers of the B.S.J.P.

g. have two obligatory one-to-one meetings with two different members of the training committee to discuss the items above.

 

The training committee evaluates the candidates and advises the general assembly, which ultimately decides on the admission of the candidate.

 

Members

After the presentation of the case, the general assembly decides on the co-optation.