The Japan Psychoanalytic Society
The JPS plays a central role in Japan’s psychoanalysis movement. The Society is comprised of 17 full members, 13 associate members, 3 honorary members, and 26 candidates.To train and develop psychoanalysts, the JPS takes the form of a one-society, two-institute system, operating two psychoanalytic institutes in Tokyo and Fukuoka. Its system of fostering psychoanalysts is well established. During the past nine years, five candidates have become associate members, and five associate members are now full members.
The JPS publishes two bulletins. One is an English edition, entitled Japanese Contributions to Psychoanalysis.
16 articles, including A Study of thr Rat Man from a technical perspective, The Dream as Countertransference,and many more.