Ne w Zealand institute of psychoanalytic psychotherapy
NZIPP is a professional organisation and a training institute based in Auckland, New Zealand. The Institute was originally established in 1990. In 1999 it became a member of the Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy Association of Australasia (PPAA). The founding patrons were: Dr Isla Lonie, Dr Eng Kong Tan, and Joyce Mc Dougal. In 2018 the Australasian Confederation of Psychoanalytic Psychotherapies (ACPP) has been established.
NZIPP offers a training programme open to eligible therapists in New Zealand.
The Institute hosts public seminars and workshops throughout the year. The presentations are delivered by by international and local experts and are aimed at the wider psychotherapy community. The NZIPP has hosted a number Australasian conferences: Destruction and Creation in 2004, Dual Tracks in 2005, Basket of Dreams in 2010, and Sexualities: Psychoanalytic (Re)Thinking of Sex, Gender, Sexuality in 2016.
Patron: Neville Symington
Colleen Davison 1934 - 2019 Sadly an important senior member of our psychoanalytic psychotherapy community has now passed on. Colleen will have touched so many lives in deeply meaningful ways, and our institute would like to acknowledge her significant contribution to psychoanalytic thinking in New Zealand. She was one of the founding members of our organisation.
new training programme opening in 2020
public lectures 2019
15 march: cineforum: Snow White the mother's envy- facilitated by mary farrell
NB change of venue to the Ley's Institute, Ponsonby time: 7 pm - 9.30 pm