We are a professional association founded to nourish the human
endeavor of psychological transformation and wholeness
pioneered by C.G. Jung.
The Pittsburgh Society of Jungian Analysts (PSJA) was founded in August 2003,
and is an official group-member of the International Association for Analytical
Psychology (IAAP). The organization was formed to encourage collegiality and
scholarship among its members, and to contribute to the understanding of the work of C.G. Jung and Jungian analysis through facilitating educational and research activities related to Jungian analysis and training in Pittsburgh and the surrounding communities. Towards this aim, PSJA occasionally sponsors educational activities such as lecturers and seminars.
The PSJA supports the training of Jungian analysts through affiliation with
the Pittsburgh Seminar of the Inter-Regional Society of Jungian Analyst
(IRSJA) Training Program. Some PSJA members are teaching and training analysts
who participate as faculty members of the Pittsburgh Seminar of IRSJA.
PSJA members are certified Jungian analysts who trained in IAAP accredited institutes and who are members of the International Association for Analytical Psychology.
Memberships includes analysts who reside in the Greater Pittsburgh Area, as well as
IAAP analysts who are able to and desire to travel to the Pittsburgh area to be active
participants in the Society, some of whom maintain primary affiliation with another
Jungian society and participate in PSJA as Associate Members. In addition, PSJA has offered Affiliate Membership to a few professionals whose training and experience in Jungian theory has been recognized as making a significant contribution to Jungian scholarship.
For information about Membership, contact Stanton Marlan