Centre for Lacanian Psychoanalysis New Zealand


The clinic of the Centre for Lacanian Analysis offers a unique talking analysis with Clinical Members of the CLA or Analysts in Training.
In this often complex and demanding world we can find ourselves suffering in ways which we find hard to understand. We might feel troubled, confused, anxious and find ourselves in similar situations over and over again. Psychoanalysis engages in a one to one analysis where both conscious and unconscious factors are worked through. This treatment structure works towards a knowledge of the elements that shape your life and the way in which you manage your relationships, challenges and suffering. Psychoanalysis is a non-judgemental and confidential process which respects your dignity and individuality. This is open to everybody including children and adolescents. 

As a result of the formal training programme the CLA provides a clinical service offering reduced-cost psychoanalysis with an Analyst-in-Training. 
If you desire to engage with an Analyst-in-Training the first step is to contact the clinical co-ordinator who will organise a time with you for an initial consultation. You will have the opportunity to ask him or her any questions you may have, and, if appropriate, they will then refer you to an Analyst-in-Training. The Analysts-in-Training you will be working with are carefully selected, mature trainees.
Fees are charged on a sliding scale and the service is intended to help those who would find it difficult to access psychoanalytic treatment otherwise.
To enquire about beginning analysis with an Analyst-in-Training please email: clinic@lacan.org.nz and our Clinical Coordinator will be in touch with you. You will have a brief initial conversation with our Clinic Coordinator who will connect you with one of our Analysts-in-Training.