The development of psychoanalysts is fundamentally accomplished through individual and group sessions of the canditate himself.
The theoretical part is developed through courses given by teachers (analysts and qualified instructors) from ISAT.
Once candidates have accomplished a certain period of individual and group psychoanalysis, if ready to practice, they will begin to attend clients under the supervision of a qualified and experienced analyst.
Upon conclusion of the course, the candidate will hand in a thesis based on Integral Psychoanalysis which will be examined by a panel at ISAT.
There is no specific timeframe to train a psychoanalyst with the exception of the minimum demanded 400 hours of individual sessions and sessions in group.
The candidate must have a university degree or be a professional who is actively working within the area of psychopathology.