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The following websites are helpful for obtaining further information about the psychoanalytic and psychodynamic approaches to psychotherapy.
American Psychoanalytic Association (APsaA; http://apsa.org) website contains press releases from the association and information about its organizational structure; books written by psychoanalysts; and an online bibliography of journal articles, books, and book reviews. It also offers abstracts from the Journal of the American Psychoanalytic Association and full-text articles from the American Psychoanalyst, a quarterly newsletter. You might find very useful an online compilation of 30,000 psychoanalytic references. You can search by keyword, author, or select a bibliography.
The Brill Library (https://nypsi.org/library-archives/) is a primary source for information on historical and modern psychodynamic practice. This site includes links to “Freud on the Internet,” electronic resources at the Brill Library, and psychoanalytic organizations such as the American Psychoanalytic Association.
Carl G. Jung (http://www.cgjungpage.org) features a compendium of abstracts, including dissertations on Jungian theory, films, a glossary, Jungian training institutes, seminars, and organizations. This site also gives links to the best Jungian sites, and some out-of-print books are reprinted in their entirety.
Freud Museum, Vienna (http://www.freud-museum.at/) permits you to listen to the only recording of Freud’s voice and view film clips, interact with a major showing of Freud’s favorite places in Vienna, and study the chronology of his life. Freud developed the vast majority of his theory at his home, 19 Berggasse in Vienna, and the museum for him is currently housed there.
The Western New England Institute for Psychoanalytic Studies (https://westernnewengland.org/) provides key papers and links to sites of well-known theorists, such as Sigmund Freud, Carl Jung, Alfred Adler, Anna Freud, and Melanie Klein.
New York Psychoanalytic Institute and Society (http://psychoanalysis.org) provides resources in psychoanalysis. The society produces the Journal of Clinical Psychoanalysis and Neuro-Psychoanalysis.