The Australian Psychoanalytical Society is a component organisation of the International Psychoanalytical Association and its official body for Psychoanalysis in Australia.
The Society is an incorporated association and functions according to its formally constituted rules, bye laws and procedures. The Society has an Executive Committee and a number of standing committees which ensure that standards of training, clinical and ethical practice meet the requirements for Component Society status within the IPA. The Society has Branches in Adelaide, Melbourne and Sydney.
There is a Scientific Committee, an Education Co-ordinating Committee, and an Ethics and Professional Standards Committee. Scientific life is also promoted by a Scholarship and Research Committee and a Publications Committee.
For further information please visit the Society's own website shown above