IFPP was founded in 1986 to provide a focus for people with an interest in advancing the study and practice of psychoanalytic psychotherapy within Ireland.
Psychoanalytic psychotherapy emphasizes the existence and significance of the effects of the unconscious mind.
The main aim of the group is to provide continuous development for members and connecting psychoanalytic theories to our everyday clinical work.
The IFPP encourages members to participate in the organisation via not only governance but via research and ongoing professional development.
The aim of the code of ethics ensures a standard of best practice for the patient, the psychoanalytic psychotherapist and the profession.
All the members listed here are fully accredited and have given permission to have their details published.
All supervisors listed here are full members of the IFPP and are currently in clinical practice. The IFPP provides this list for information purposes only. Individual supervisors ensure that they provide services for which they have competence.
The IFPP offers membership to those who practise psychoanalytic psychotherapy with adults. It also offers membership to students undertaking the MSc in psychoanalytic psychotherapy, affiliate and associate membership.
This page contains all the membership application forms If you are looking to become a member of the Irish Forum for Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy. Please download the relevant form below, fill it out and email it back to firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you wish to pursue a career in the field of psychoanalysis please find details of post graduate trainings available in Ireland.
Silvia has been working as a psychoanalytic psychotherapist since 2012 and as a clinical psychologist since 2014. She currently works in the mental health services and does not see clients privately.