Provisional Societies

A Provisional Society is usually the second stepping stone in the development towards Component Society status. Each Provisional Society has an organisational history exceeding 10 years. Provisional Societies are recognised by the IPA as qualified to select, supervise and train Candidates for the practice of clinical psychoanalysis. They function under the auspices of an IPA Liaison Committee.


 

Latin America

SocietyCityCountry
Minas Gerais Brazilian Psychoanalytic Society - SBPMGBelo HorizonteBrazil3b431664-1dec-43c4-9817-ccdbedf89859154434
Fortaleza Psychoanalytic Society (Interim Provisional)FortalezaBrazila12bc250-bde2-4912-b7f6-418ffc0d2d90156743
Freudian Society of Mexico City (Interim)Mexico CityMexico951b8863-54dd-4248-87b0-81f944f85152164573
Center for Psychoanalytic Education and Research (Interim Provisional) - CEIPMonterreyMexico18f1795b-5ccf-4cfe-9f89-c59f97ed833f157651
Psychoanalytical Association of Asuncion (Interim Provisional)AsuncionParaguay28a1c931-afdd-4c78-9fe2-cd7b32f79c85152970
Note: Individual analysts can be designated a “Training Analyst” and/or a "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 a "Child Analyst" for each Constituent Organisation where they are a member, when in fact they might only be a Training Analyst and/or a 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 with.