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C. G. Jung

C. G. Jung

The meeting of two personalities is like the contact of two chemical substances. If there is any interaction, both are transformed.”

C. G. Jung


Polish Association for Jungian Analysis (PAJA) was established in January 2010. It aims to create framework that could provide the training environment for people applying analytical psychology in diagnosis and psychotherapy. PAJA’s members take part in International Association for Jungian Analysis (IAAP) training program directed towards IAAP individual and group membership. PAJA is recognized by IAAP as the router’s group.

In its understanding of psychotherapy process PAJA is grounded in classical Jungian ideas, basing at the same time on the post-Jungian developments. We keep symbolical attitude in understanding of the unconscious process at the same time taking into consideration the early childhood experiences and the transference and countertransference processes.

Keeping in mind Jung’s understanding of the individuation process we consider it vital for our members to develop responsibility and the diversity of the styles of working, and to respect clear code of professional and ethical standards.


International Association for Analytical Psychology coordinator: Grazyna Czubinska


The Board of PAJA 2010-2013:


Tomasz J. Jasiński – president, tomjjj@poczta.onet.pl

Łukasz Müldner-Nieckowski – vice-president, l.muldner@gmail.com

Małgorzata Kalinowska – secretary and international liason,  mkalinowska@jung.home.pl

Anna Różycka – treasurer

Mirosława Marciak

Jacek Marszałek

Mirosława Marszałek

Krzysztof Rutkowski


Ethics Committee:

Krzysztof Rutkowski

Tomasz J. Jasiński

Małgorzata Kalinowska

Łukasz Müldner-Nieckowski


PR Committee:

Małgorzata Kalinowska – PAJA’s page and Facebook page editor

Krzysztof Rutkowski

Tomasz J. Jasiński

Łukasz Müldner-Nieckowski




ul. Bielawska 36C/68
05-520 Konstancin-Jeziorna, PL

  • phone number: (+48) 502 223 582
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