This is the Home Page of the Association for Analytical Psychology in Finland (AAPF).
The officially registered names of the association are Suomen Analyyttisen Psykologian Yhdistys (SAPY) in Finnish, and Förening för Analytisk Psykologi i Finland (FAPF) in Swedish.
SAPY’s address is located at c/o Tähdet Oy, Kotkankatu 7, FI-00510 Helsinki, Finland.
All SAPY’s ordinary members are Jungian analysts, trained in a Jungian society belonging to the IAAP (International Association for Analytical Psychology), who live and work in Finland.
Current members are:
Ehnberg, Lars Practise in Helsinki. Tel. 050 592 8318
Contacts: email@example.com, www.ehnberg.fi
Languages spoken: Finnish, Swedish, German, English
Practise in Helsinki. Tel. 050 347 7716
Contacts: firstname.lastname@example.org , www.harrivirtanen.fi
Languages spoken: Finnish, English, Swedish
The Facebook link www.facebook.com/cgjungsuomessa, provides information about events and happenings as well. The information is mostly in Finnish.
It’s not necessary to be a registered Facebook user, in order to visit the page.
The Jung Club has had meetings once a month (except during summer), on Wednesdays before full moon, at 18.00 PM. Meetings are hosted at Kotkankatu 7, Helsinki, if not specified differently.
Meetings consist of about one hour presentation, plus half an hour for questions and general discussion.
The topics are presented by different lecturers each time, and are intended for a wider audience of people interested in Analytical Psychology.
The fee for participation is 20 euros.
A smaller fee of 5 euros is applied to students, retired people and unemployed.
Most of the presentations are in Finnish, but questions and comments in English or Swedish are welcomed as well.
The C.G. Jung Society of Finland (Suomen C.G.Jung-Seura – C.G.Jung-Sällskapet i Finland) is an unregistered society of around 70 professionals from different fields, who share a deep interest in Analytical Psychology.
The society serves as a direct information channel for Jungian events, through its own mailing list, and sometimes organises an annual gathering.
If you wish to become a member and join the mailing list, you should attend one gathering and send a written application with basic data, address and job to Lars Ehnberg at email@example.com or Harri Virtanen at firstname.lastname@example.org
Visiting a Jung Club meeting is considered as a valid gathering.