The following list of organizations may be helpful. While listed, they are not formally endorsed by the Society and the Society and the organizations have no financial relationship benefiting from listing here.
The American Psychoanalytic Association (APsA)
|The American Psychoanalytic Association is the oldest organization in the United States dedicated to supporting and furthering the practice and study of psychoanalysis.||Website|
|APsaA CORE Research Bibliography||This is a comprehensive (though not exhaustive) bibliography of research reviews and studies that are applicable to psychoanalysis and psychotherapy. It can be used as a resource for literature reviews and for the teaching of psychoanalytic and psychodynamic principles and techniques.||Website|
|The International Psychoanalytic Association (IPA)||The International Psychoanalytic Association is the leading international organization dedicated to supporting and furthering the practice and study of psychoanalysis.||Website|
|IPA Off the Couch Podcast||On “Off the Couch” we will meet psychoanalysts who work in dialysis units, prenatal clinics, corporate board rooms, community centers, humanitarian organizations, and with vineyard workers just to name a few.||Website|
|Division 39||A division of the APA, Division 39 has 6 membership types, a spring meeting, awards, reduced Pep-web rates, and more. Members are doctoral level psychologists, graduate students, and allied mental health professionals. It is one of the largest associations of psychoanalytic professionals and scholars in the world.
International Association for Relational Psychoanalysis and Psychotherapy (IARPP)
IARPP is an international community of professionals and individuals committed to developing relational perspectives and exploring similarities and differences with other approaches to analysis and psychotherapy.
|PsiAN - Psychotherapy Action Network||PsiAN aims to organize, formulate initiatives and collectively advocate for mental health policy that is based on the complexity of the individual and not simply on the identification of discrete symptoms.||Website|
|The Association for Child Psychoanalysis (ACP)||An international not-for-profit organization founded in the 1960's to advance the psychological treatment and understanding of children, adolescents, and their families and to provide a forum for the interchange of ideas and clinical experience.||Website|
|Colorado Child & Adolescent Psychiatry
||Promoting the healthy development of children, adolescents and families in Colorado through research, training, prevention, comprehensive diagnosis and treatment and to meet the professional needs of child and adolescent psychiatrists throughout their careers.||Website|
|The Denver Institute for Psychoanalysis||Provides post-graduate training in psychoanalysis and psychodynamic psychotherapy in the Denver, Colorado metro area.||Website|
|Psychology Today / Psychoanalysis Unplugged||The official blog of the American Psychoanalytic Association.||Website|