The Centre for Lacanian Analysis from its inception has included clinicians in the field and indeed, from other fields. From 2016 desire for a clinical training in psychoanalysis in the Lacanian field increased and in 2019 the CLA responding to this desire began a 4-year training in clinical psychoanalysis programme.
The training continues to evolve and thrive. As with all training in psychoanalysis, the programme comprises the three foundational components of psychoanalytic formation: personal analysis and clinical supervision both with an analyst in the Lacanian field, and theoretical and clinical studies.
It is expected that those in the training programme are engaged in a personal psychoanalysis at least weekly for the duration of the training. There is now a CLA Clinic where those who have made the passage from Trainee to Analyst-in-Training work with analysts under the auspices of the CLA.
To apply for entry to the clinical training programme please find the initial document here.