The Polish Psychoanalytic Society (PTPa) was formed in 1997.
PTPa currently unites 43 members - licensed psychoanalysts, having qualified in accordance with the standards of the International Psychoanalytical Association and the 34 candidates in training.
The Polish Psychoanalytic Society continues the tradition of Polish pioneers of psychoanalysis, among others: Jekelsa Louis, Maurice Bornsztajna and Gustav Bychowski, who practiced before the Second World War, and John Malewski, Michael Lapinski and Zbigniew Sokolik, who developed the knowledge and practice of psychoanalysis in the postwar years, while training the next generation.
The Society works with psychoanalytic organizstions from across Europe, especially close cooperation links with psychoanalytic societies operating in the UK, France, Germany, Sweden and Israel and the Polish Association of Psychotherapy.
For further information please visit the Society's own website shown above.