The 37th EPF Annual Conference is held in Florence from 22 to 24 March. The conference argument, registration, programme, and all information are here.
European Psychoanalytical Federation
The federation of psychoanalytical societies of Europe. The forum for scientific and institutional exchange.
The European Psychoanalytical Federation (EPF) is the scientific federation of all European psychoanalytical Societies and Study Groups belonging to the International Psychoanalytical Association (IPA). Established in 1966-1969, today it consists of 43 Societies with nearly 5500 members and 2500 candidates in 32 countries in which 27 languages are spoken.
Forum on Education 2023: Plenary lectures
The papers 'Being a Training Committee Member – being in Power and Being Under Fire' and 'Is the Psychoanalytic Institution Analytic? – About the Influence of the Institution' ...
The innovative website section with the direct participation of the societies, which includes...
1st Candidates’ Seminar
A new EPF Meeting, intended for candidates from EPF societies and candidates from the former EPI, whose progression is now coordinated by...
The Sigourney Award 2023 Recipients
Distinguished judges evaluated submissions from an exceptional pool of global applicants, and four recipients’ work merited the prestigious award.
The Red Book
A handbook about EPF – the "Red Book" contains the basic information about the EPF, its structure and its activities.
EPF Award to Haydée Faimberg
The EPF Award Ceremony took place on 25th March, in Grand Auditorium Louis Lumière during the EPF 2023 Conference in Cannes.
10 years of the PSS Summer Schools of Psychoanalysis
Psychoanalysis summer schools organized by the Psychoanalytic Society of Serbia started as part of the EPF project in 2014. Since then, 10 Summer Schools have been held.
The Journals of the EPF Societies
On the occasion of the 50th anniversary of the EPF Bulletin, we have introduced a new web page where some of the journals of the EPF societies are presented.
The EPF Bulletin
Number 76 / 2022
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“How could I have been so stupid?”
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