Danish Psychoanalytical Society
For six decades, the Danish Psychoanalytical Society has been educating psychoanalysts according to international standards and representing the interest of psychoanalysis in Denmark and Southern Sweden. The Society is a part of the International Psychoanalytic Association (IPA)
Members: 53 (26 of which are training analysts)
Established in 1957 the Danish Psychoanalytic Society, component of the IPA, pioneered psychoanalytical training in Denmark and Southern Sweden. The society has constantly evolved and grown, enhancing psychoanalytical work and practice. Its efforts include Nordic collaboration and contributions to the Scandinavian Psychoanalytical Review. Furthermore, inviting experienced international analysts from abroad to hold clinical seminars for members and candidates. Members of the Danish Psychoanalytical Society has also participated in the EPF scientific working groups, initiatives and in the IPA training programme in China.
IPA Study Group since: 1953
IPA Component Society since: 1957
Training model: Eitingon model (4 times a week)
Contact: Hanne Lind (president of the educational board)
The Danish Psychoanalytical Society provides comprehensive psychoanalytical training, following the Eitingon model, integrating personal analysis, four years of theoretical teaching, and two clinical control cases, while inviting global expertise.