International Association for Jungian Studies

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Formed in 2002, the International Association for Jungian Studies (IAJS) is a learned society for Jungian scholars and clinicians. The IAJS differs from the dominant international Jungian organization, the International Association of Analytical Psychologists (IAAP), in that the IAAP accepts only clinicians (i.e., institute-trained analysts) as members, whereas the IAJS accept not only clinicians, but scholars, clergy, artists and others with a professional or scholarly interest in Jungian and post-Jungian theory. The IAJS organizes semiannual to annual conferences, at which academic papers are presented. The IAJS formerly had a stake in the Jungian journal Harvest, until it was announced in February, 2007, that IAJS had amicably parted with Harvest and would be publishing the International Journal for Jungian Studies. As of July, 2006, the IAJS had 408 members from various countries around the world.

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