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will be accepted for future training.
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The aim of the Analytic Training Program is to prepare qualified
persons to become certified Jungian analysts. The Institute does
not grant degrees or the legal right to practice psychotherapy or
psychoanalysis. Applicants must agree not to designate themselves
Jungian analysts until they are accepted as members of the IAAP.
(Membership in a local Society automatically confers IAAP membership.)
The North Pacific Institute for Analytical Psychology is a nonprofit
educational corporation. Located in Seattle, the organization is
accredited by the International Association for Analytical Psychology.
Their shared commitment is to foster education and research in the
ideas of C.G. Jung and the general field of Analytical Psychology.
1. Be at least 30 years old.
2. Have completed at least 150 hours of personal analysis with
a Jungian analyst who is a member of the IAAP. The bulk of the analysis
should, preferably, have been with one analyst.
3. Have been a legal resident of Washington, Oregon, or British
Columbia for at least one year prior to application. Has to be licensed
to practice psychotherapy at the time of application. He/she should
have worked at least three years in the area of professional training,
with a minimum of 1500 hours of supervised clinical experience.
4. Possess a legal license to practice psychotherapy in the geographic
area of professional practice. Licensure is required for counselors
practicing in Washington. A masters degree in a clinical discipline
or in pastoral counseling is a minimal requirement for all applications.
5. Show proof of Professional Liability Insurance in the minimal
amount of $1,000,000/$3,000,000. Such coverage must be maintained
Tuition and Application Fees:
Annual tuition for the Analyst Education Program is $3,450, to be
paid in three installments of $1,150 during the year at the start
of each quarter. Tuition does not include fees for exams or additional
Commitment to Diversity
The North Pacific Institute for Analytical Psychology admits trainees
of any race, national or ethnic origin, sexual preference or gender,
to all the rights, privileges, programs and activities of the Institute.
The Institute welcomes applicants of diverse race, national and
ethnic origin, sexual preference, and gender.
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