To find out what is truly individual in ourselves, profound reflection is needed…

CW7: Two Essays on Analytical Psychology, ¶ 242


Netherlands Association for Analytical Psychology

Analytical psychology is a psychotherapeutic approach in the psychoanalytic and psychodynamic tradition, based on the work of C.G. Jung.
The NAAP is a group member of the IAAP, the International Association for Analytical Psychology.



Remarkable find: Jung explaines his own “I don’t believe, I know” statement

In a famous BBC Face to Face interview (1959), when asked, do you believe in God, Jung gave the much debated, controversial answer: I don’t believe, I know.

In this Swiss interview, given even later (1960), Jung is asked a similar question. He then not only addresses it again, but also comments on his experience of surprise at hearing himself say I don’t believe, I know. (29:00-36:00)



To your Attention: The Thiados project: a shared imagination workshop.

The Thiados project receives a variety of guests from the contemporary Jungian world to present and discuss their ideas with the Brazilian Jungian community. Find out more: below, a link to their Youtube channel.


Year Seminar Depth Psychology of C.G. Jung

NAAP presents, moving forward to IAAP Training, seminar cycle, 24 September 2021 to 25 June 2022

Supported by a.o. Renos Papadopoulos, Murray Stein,

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Frequently Asked Questions – Year Seminar; Certificate; Diploma read more


The first three Friday evening sessions will be provided Renos K. Papadopoulos, Ph.D.

Renos Papadopoulos is Professor of Analytical Psychology in the Department of Psychosocial and Psychoanalytic Studies, Director of the ‘Centre for Trauma, Asylum and Refugees’ and of the postgraduate programmes in ‘Refugee Care’; also, a member of the ‘Human Rights Centre’, of the ‘Transitional Justice Network’ and of the ‘Armed Conflict and Crisis Hub’ all at the University of Essex, as well as Honorary Clinical Psychologist and Systemic Family Psychotherapist at the Tavistock Clinic. He is a practising Clinical Psychologist, Family Therapist and Jungian Psychoanalyst who spent most of his professional life training and supervising specialists in these three spheres. As consultant to the United Nations and other organisations, he has been working with refugees, tortured persons and other survivors of political violence and disasters in many countries. He lectures and offers specialist trainings internationally and his writings have appeared in sixteen languages. Recently, he has been given Awards by the European Family Therapy Association for Lifetime ‘Outstanding contribution to the field of Family Therapy and Systemic Practice’, by the University of Essex for the best ‘International Research Impact’, and by two Mexican Foundations for his ‘exceptional work with vulnerable children and families in Mexico’.