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Suzuki, T., Kitayama, O. (2016). Chronicling the history of Japan Psychoanalytic Society. PEP Videostream, 1(7):17.

(2016). PEP Videostream, 1(7):17

Chronicling the history of Japan Psychoanalytic Society

Tomomi Suzuki y Osamu Kitayama

Narrated by:
Kenichiro Okano

In 1930, Freud gave his permission to psychologist Yaekichi Yabe for the setting up of a Tokyo Branch of the IPA and he opened in Tokyo, the Psychoanalytic House operated by the Japan Branch of the IPA. In 1933, Freud also granted his authorization to psychiatrist Kiyoyasu Marui to establish the Sendai Branch of the IPA.

In 1955, psychiatrist Heisaku Kosawa integrated the IPA branches to form the Japan Branch of the IPA, and founded Japan Psychoanalytic Society (JPS) as only psychoanalytic organization, authorized by IPA and JPS has been playing a leading role in Japan’s psychoanalysis.

JPS’s activities include setting up of a course for certifying psychoanalytic psychotherapists as the Society’s original qualification and relevant stipulated training method in compliance with IPA’s regulations and active international exchange by a large number of mid-career and young psychoanalysts, in addition to psychoanalytic study and psychoanalytic clinical practice, which has been the purpose of JPS.

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