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List of schools of psychoanalysis

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List of schools of psychoanalysis


  • International schools and organizations 1
  • Argentina 2
  • Belgium 3
  • Brazil 4
  • England 5
  • France 6
  • Italy 7
  • Mexico 8
  • Peru 9
  • Spain 10

International schools and organizations


  • Fundación Descartes (Buenos Aires)
  • Escuela de la Orientación Lacaniana. (Buenos Aires), (Córdoba), (Rosario), (Santa Fe)
  • Asociación de Psicoanálisis de La Plata (La Plata)
  • Escuela de Psicoanálisis de los Foros del Campo lacaniano


  • New Lacanian School (NLS) (Brussels)


  • Escola Brasileira de Psicanalise (EBP)
  • Escola de Psicanálise dos Fóruns do Campo Lacaniano


  • University of Exeter
  • New Lacanian School (NLS)


  • Association psychanalytique de France
  • École Freudienne de Paris
  • École de la Cause Freudienne (ECF) (Paris)
  • École Lacanienne de Psychanalyse.
  • Société psychanalytique de Paris.


  • Scuola Lacaniana di Psicoanalisi del Campo Freudiano (Rome)
  • Scuola di psicoanalisi dei Forums del Campo lacaniano


  • École Lacanienne de Psychanalyse


  • Nueva Escuela Lacaniana del Campo Freudiano (NEL) (Lima)


  • Escuela Lacaniana de Psicoanálisis del Campo Freudiano ([[
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