Analytical Psychology, based on phenomenology and hermeneutics, offers a conceptual framework that includes clinical aspects together with the individuation process, encourages prospective and creative dialogue between the conscious and unconscious mind, and treats personal processes as promoters of creative coexistence.

The first to develop it was C.G. Jung. In 1948, the C.G. Jung Institute was founded in Zurich. Currently, the International Association for Analytical Psychology includes over 30 psychoanalysis societies in various countries in different continents. Every three years, it celebrates its International Congress.

The programmes develop the three main areas of study of analytical psychology: the therapy session, the stages of life and the relationship between the individual psyche and the collective aspects.

Access requirements

Bachelor's degree in the area of Health Sciences, preferably in Psychology or Medicine with a specialisation in psychiatry. In the case of other qualifications the applicant must have an academic background in psychology (training in psychotherapy and clinical psychology, attendance on courses or seminars, or professional experience in psychotherapy).

Career opportunities

- Students who successfully complete this master's degree can work in private clinics or institutions or services related to prevention, mental health, and care of sick or dependent people.
- They can work as consultants on mental health at different stages of life, in the public or private sector.
- They can complete their training with practice in analysis and so go on to work as psychotherapists, with the endorsement of the Spanish Federation of Psychotherapists (FEAP).


Marta Sanchez Valenzuela

Phone: 680204263



UAB-specific Master's Degree
10% discount Alumni Premium

17 Edition
Places: 30
Orientation: Professional
Code: 1544/17
Price: 4900 ¤

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Modality: Onsite
Location: Institut de Psicología Analítica Carl Gustav Jung
Dates: from 18/09/2015 to 22/10/2016
Teaching language:
Catalan (45%), Spanish (35%), English (20%)
Coordinating centres:
Facultad de Psicología
Fundación Salud y Envejecimiento UAB
Collaborating centres:
Institut Carl Gustav Jung de Barcelona

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