Program of Studies

The Australian Centre of Psychoanalysis conducts a well established four-year program of theoretical and clinical studies in psychoanalysis. Our program is aimed at engaging participants in a systematic study of the key concepts and questions crucial for the ethics, theory and clinical practice of psychoanalysis.


Under the general theme of psychoanalysis, the real and reality, the clinical seminar will examine and question the place of 'affects' in clinical practice guided by consideration of the concept of affects in the works of Freud and Lacan. The Seminar is held on:

Psychoanalytic Clinic

The ACP offers a telephone service for members of the public and health professionals wanting to know more about psychoanalysis or wishing to undertake psychoanalytic treatment. For enquiries about assessment and treatment, supervision and secondary consultation, or training and professional development, please call 0408 225 993.

Hilda and Freud (scene 3) by Antonio Quinet - based in Freud's text "Femininity" (1933) Rehearsal for Australian Performances at the Beckett Theatre, Malthouse (March 2017)

About the ACP

The Australian Centre for Psychoanalysis is dedicated to the transmission of psychoanalysis. This takes the forms of the teaching of psychoanalysis, the training of analysts and research in the psychoanalytic field within the Lacanian orientation. Anyone with an interest in the study of psychoanalysis is welcome to join the activities of the Centre.

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P.O. Box 509, Carlton South, VIC 3053 Australia
0408 225 993