The BPS is working on spreading psychoanalysis on the territory of the Republic of Serbia. The work of the Society consists of training new candidates for psychoanalysts, implementation of psychoanalysis as a form of therapy, supporting further development of scientific psychoanalytical thought, as well as familiarizing related disciplines and the general public with the psychoanalytical theory.
The objectives of the Society are:
• To develop, spread and promote the psychoanalytical theory and practice.
• To maintain and improve standards of psychoanalytical practice and education.
• To further develop the research in psychoanalysis.
• To improve communication and cooperation with other psychoanalysts and psychoanalytical associations, members of IPA.
• To improve the cooperation of psychoanalysis with other disciplines.
• To protect the professional interests of its members.
President: Svetlana Virijević Mudrić
Secretary: Nataša Cvetković-Jović
Treasury: Slavko Mačkić
President of Training Committee: Boris Kordić
President of Ethics Committee: Ivanka Dunjić
The management of BPS was elected for a term of two years by the Assembly meeting held on 25 November 2018. In the program for the following period, the BPS management prioritized the modernization of education for psychoanalysts, clear representation of progress in the course of the education, the adjustment of education costs to the economic situation in the country, as well as the promotion of psychoanalysis in the territory of the Republic of Serbia.
8. Slavko Mačkić
9. Sonja Đorđević
10. Biljana Pirgić
11. Ljiljana Neljdihin
12. Nataša Cvetković-Jović
1. Sverre Varvin - Norwegian Psychoanalytical Society
The Society was registered at the Business Registers Agency, and it issued a new Statute at the Assembly session held on 05 November 2014 that can be downloaded here.
The Society has adopted new bylaws at the Assembly session held on 28 June 2015:
Member of Global Associations
Belgrade Psychoanalytical Society is a member of the International Psychoanalytical Association (IPA). Members of BPS respect ethical and professional standards of psychoanalytical practice prescribed by the IPA. As an association, the BPS is qualified to independently conduct the selection and training of candidates for the clinical practice of psychoanalysis in accordance with the prescribed requirements of the IPA >> Read more