About The ACP
Established in 1986, the Australian Centre for Psychoanalysis is a not for profit incorporated association dedicated to the practice, study and teaching of psychoanalysis the training of analysts and research in the psychoanalytic field established by Sigmund Freud and extended by Jacques Lacan.
Seminars of the ACP include the Clinical Seminar, the Seminar on formation and the child study group
The ACP regularly hosts International analysts who provide workshops and seminars on relevant themes and topics to psychoanalysts all over the world.
Analysis, is the journal of the Australian Centre for Psychoanalysis and it has been making a significant contribution to psychoanalysis, both locally and internationally, since 1989
The ACP conducts a Four year program in theoretical and clinical studies aimed at engaging participants in a rigorous study of the work of Sigmund Freud and Jacques Lacan. It also conducts an Introductory course which reads and studies the case histories of Sigmund Freud.
The ACP offers the possibility of undertaking a comprehensive program of training comprising the three components of psychoanalytic formation; personal analysis, clinical supervision and a rigorous course of clinical and theoretical studies
The aim of the ACP Clinic is to provide affordable access to psychoanalytic treatment for adults and children. The treatment will be conducted by Registered Analysts or Analyst Candidates who are members of the ACP.