British Psychoanalytic Council

The British Psychoanalytic Council is an association of training institutions, professional associations and accrediting bodies which have their roots in established psychoanalysis and analytical psychology. They bring together approximately 1400 practitioners of psychoanalytic and psychodynamic psychotherapy (including psychoanalysts, Jungian analysts and child psychotherapists) who as individuals become registrants of the BPC.

The BPC (then the British Confederation of Psychotherapists) was formed on 8 March 1992, emerging from the United Kingdom Standing Conference for Psychotherapy (now the UKCP) as a specifically psychoanalytically-oriented organisation.

Read more about British Psychoanalytic Council:  Annual Register, Training and Qualifications, Safeguarding The Public, Finding A Therapist, Further Information On Psychotherapy, List of BPC Member Institutions

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