To colleagues concerned about this unprecedented earthquake in Japan Thank you for your concern. All of us, AJAJ analysts, are alright, but we are afraid that some of our students may be damaged by this earthquake. At this point, we are not sure about that. We still have earthquakes sometimes in Tohoku and Kanto area and feel a shock to know many other Japanese people are utterly suffering. We truly appreciate your warm concern and attention. Thank you very much.
Hiroshi Yokoyama President of AJAJ
AJAJ is an association of internationally certified Jungian analysts in Japan, which was ratified as a Constituent Society of the International Association for Analytical Psychology (IAAP) in August 2001 in Cambridge, England.
In April 2002, the training institute of AJAJ, the Japan Institute of Jungian Psychology, started its own training programs whose goals are both to disseminate Jungian psychology and to train Jungian analysts by holding seminars, group supervisions, and symposiums in Tokyo and in Kyoto.
The Japan Institute of Jungian Psychology is a training institute officially recognized by IAAP. A person who completes our designated training program will qualify to receive a diploma in Analytical Psychology in Japan.
The Institute has three statuses of students including candidates, matriculated auditors and registered members, in order not only to train Jungian analysts but also to offer quality superior educational programs for psychotherapists.