Society Contact Information

Norwegian Psychoanalytic Society

Fr. Nansensvei 17
Phone: 47 22 60 58 20
Fax: 47 22 46 84 22

In 1934 the Norwegian Psychoanalytic Society was recognised by the International Psychoanalytical Association (IPA). During the German occupation the union dissolved, but was re-established shortly after the war.

The Association's purpose is to promote psychoanalysis by exchanging ideas nationally and internationally, and be responsible for training and continuing education.

Psychoanalysis in Norway is rooted in Freud's fundamental discoveries, but is open and oriented towards new realisations based on psychoanalytic and other research.

For further information please visit the Society's own website shown above.

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Liv Aalen  English,Norwegian147063
Mrs. Anne-Grethe Aase Training AnalystEnglish,Norwegian141695
Kristoffer Aasland  English,Norwegian100006
Ruth Alsing  English,Norwegian145875
Svein Amlo  English,Norwegian109395
Per R. Anthi Training AnalystEnglish,Norwegian100247
Arzt fur Psychiatrie Bettina Beil BerdalChild Analyst German,Norwegian145265
Tormod Berg Training AnalystNorwegian140706
MD Nina Anne Berge  English,Norwegian141451
Espen Bjerke  English,Norwegian100828
Britt BonnevieChild AnalystTraining AnalystEnglish,Norwegian141651
Mr. Hans-Peter Broch  English,Norwegian147039
Herman Brun  English,Norwegian147068
Dr. Hanne Bygholm  English,Norwegian,Danish147085
Dr. Evelina Ciapaite  English,Norwegian147049
Karen Ebbesen  English,Norwegian146922
Ingebjørg Egge  English,Norwegian146106
Mrs. Inger Marie Eide  English,Norwegian147314
Karl Eldar Evang  English,Norwegian147075
Torberg Foss Training AnalystEnglish,Norwegian,French139841