The Clinical Register of the International Neuropsychoanalysis Society records the names of those members of the Society who have undergone specialist training, based in neuropsychoanalytic knowledge, that supplements their existing training in a basic clinical discipline. Currently, the only such training that is recognized by the Society is the two-day workshop for psychotherapists and psychoanalysts being offered by Professor Mark Solms, but other such courses will be recognized in the future. Criteria for entry into and continued listing on the Clinical Register are as follows:
- To enter the register, you must (a) have completed the clinical training workshop AND (b) be registered in your home country as a clinical professional (e.g., as a psychiatrist or psychologist) AND (c) be a member of the International Neuropsychoanalysis Society.
- To renew your registration, annually, you must demonstrate ongoing neuropsychoanalytic education, by either (a) attending our international congress that year OR (b) attending one of the clinical study groups during that year [such groups are formed after the clinical training workshops] OR (c) complete one of the accredited online courses on our NPSA Learning platform (a list of such courses will be made available annually).
If you meet the criteria to join the Clinical Register, please send proof of your registration with a professional clinical body to firstname.lastname@example.org. If you want information about a clinical study group (many of which will only begin later this year), please email Professor Mark Solms at Mark.Solms@neuropsa.org.
The following members are currently listed.
Ajay Jivan (Midrand, South Africa)
Carol Cheeseman (Cape Town, South Africa)
Dimitris Samartzis (Athens, Greece)
Irith Barzel-Raveh (Kadima, Israel)
Maggie Zellner (New York, United States of America)
Tamara Fischmann (Frankfurt, Germany)