About New Associations
New Associations is the place for news, analysis and opinion about the world of psychoanalytic psychotherapy. It covers cultural and academic work, as well as the practical issues we face in these uncertain times, but gives centre stage to our therapeutic mission. Its main focus is the role of psychoanalytically-oriented therapies in contemporary mental health and social care within the public, voluntary and independent sectors.
New Associations is widely regarded as one of the liveliest publications in the psychoanalytic field with contributions from the professions leading thinkers and change makers.
How can I read it?
New Associations is included in our Registrants, Trainees and Scholars membership packages. For non-members, subscription is only £10 per year for UK residents, £16 for overseas subscribers. Payments are accepted by BACs transfer/Direct debit. To be added to our next mailing please contact our office.
How can I contribute?
We welcome your ideas for articles, reviews and letters to the editor. If you would like to propose a topic for an article or review, please contact our editor, Helen Morgan.
The editorial team comprises of a group of our Registrants, Scholars and our Communications Manager. It is edited by Helen Morgan, senior Jungian Analyst and former Chair of the BPC.
- Editor: Helen Morgan
- Gabrielle Brown
- Richard English, BPC Communications Manager
- Johnathan Sunley
- Candida Yates
We are working to reduce its impact on the environment. New Associations is printed on environmentally friendly paper using plant based inks and is distributed in paper envelopes.