Component Societies

The IPA recognizes Component Societies as qualified to select, supervise and train Candidates for the practice of clinical psychoanalysis. They are also responsible for professional standards, applying ethical and professional standards set in accordance with IPA criteria. A Component Society functions autonomously.


Individual analysts can be designated a “Training Analyst” and/or "Child Analyst" by a Constituent Organisation.  Analysts who are members of more than one Constituent Organisation (Dual members) will appear in the Roster on this website as a “Training Analyst” and/or "Child Analyst" for each Constituent Organisation where they are a member, when in fact they might only be a Training Analyst and/or Child Analyst with one of those bodies.   We apologise for this technical problem that we hope to fix as soon as possible. In the meantime please contact us at ipa@ipa.org.uk if you wish to know which Society a Dual Member is a Training Analyst and/or Child Analyst with.




North America

SocietyCityCountryChild and Adolescent Training
Direct Members - North American Region  No6e3137d4-b374-4f2a-ad3c-dd9826fa6370157676
Canadian Psychoanalytic SocietyMontrealCanadaYes9bbb8591-552c-4c61-9439-f81365de9d211019
Japan Psychoanalytic SocietyTokyoJapanNo3bc12734-0d73-4128-a06b-754a03eb71471056
Los Angeles Institute and Society for Psychoanalytic StudiesLos AngelesUnited StatesYes0fdfb839-6d9b-4f8d-9a10-83d4d262cb271060
Psychoanalytic Center of CaliforniaLos AngelesUnited StatesYes84eaab87-964a-4b26-8f12-3a8e0bfeb87f1086
Institute for Psychoanalytic Training and ResearchNew YorkUnited StatesNoa260249f-6606-47c2-b14d-a594360a00e81052
The Contemporary Freudian SocietyNew YorkUnited StatesYesd6697301-a690-4354-bd6f-e110b216f78e1083
Psychoanalytic Institute of Northern CaliforniaSan FranciscoUnited StatesNo9c0c67aa-d027-4578-8a33-b5bc0575a630143329
Northwestern Psychoanalytic Society and InstituteSeattleUnited StatesNo30b6b97a-a034-4fc5-a898-b5adeefb37d51339