In the last few years my didactic activity has been focused on the teaching and popularization of analytical psychology in Poland.

In 2009 I taught in one of the seminars for the Polish Association for Analytical Psychology, on the topic of the history of psychiatric classification and psychological diagnosis.

Since 2010 I am a member of the Training Committee in the Polish Association for Jungian Analysis. I am one of the authors of the structure of PAJA analytic training. Since 2012 I teach on the regular basis in the training seminars within that structure. I am a teacher for the I level group of trainees.

As a member of the Training Committee I am also currently one of the coordinators for the PAJA analytic training.

Tomasz J. Jasiński, Małgorzata Kalinowska: Differences of fantasy, fantasy of differences. Reflecting on Jungian identity in the context of Individual Route.


Panel jungowski: Archetypy i symbole w gabinecie psychoanalityka.



I am interested in the dialogue between contemporary psychoanalysis and the modern science. Dynamic development of neuroscience in the last decades confirmed many Jung’s original discoveries and intuitions with regard to the area of psychological functioning. On the other hand, it allows for significant development of some of his ideas. The discoveries of neuroscience point at the deep unconscious mechanisms of interpersonal relationship, which I consider to be at the core of psychotherapy and psychoanalytic process, in its transforming and healing potential. I am interested in non-verbal aspects of such processes and in the function of silence in analytic relationship. I am also interested in influences of early life experiences on the formation of psychic structures and upon the character of later emotional functioning, first of all in theories of childhood trauma and characterological disorders.

Besides such strictly clinical issues, I am also interested in the junction of analytical psychology and modern humanities, as they describe global cultural transformations. In analytical psychology such transformations can be looked at from the point of view of the collective unconscious and cultural complexes. I believe that the analysis of interconnections between global cultural changes and the emotional functioning of individuals is one of the important fields of development for contemporary psychoanalysis. In my opinion analytical psychology, with its particular approach to the collective unconscious phenomena, brings an important and unique point of view.


  • Individual Member – authorized to do Jungian psychoanalysis


  • Founder member
  • Coordinator for the comprehensive training in Jungian analysis
  • Member of the Ethics Committee
  • Member of the Training Committee
  • President for the 2010 – 2013 term
  • President for the 2013 – 2016 term


  • Founder member
  • Member of The Board for the 2001-2003 term