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2024.05.18.
Two Ferenczi volumes in Brazil – Invitation
Two Ferenczi volumes in Brazil: the beginning of Sándor Ferenczi’s career and his oeuvre in the eyes of his contemporaries, edited by Judit Mészáros. The Directors of INM Publishing House and the Consul of Hungary in São Paulo cordially invite you to“Ferenczi towards Psychoanalysis. Preanalytic writings (1897-1908)” and “In Memoriam Sándor Ferenczi”.Judit Mészáros, Hungarian psychoanalyst […]
2024.05.06.
Vol. 1. Ferenczi Complete Edition in Brazil 
We are pleased to announce that the Vol. 1. Ferenczi Complete Edition, Ferenczi Towards Psychoanalysis. Preanalytic Writings 1897–1908., will be published in Brazil in May. The volume is a collective document that covers one third of Ferenczi’s oeuvre, and presents Ferenczi’s early work up to the time of the first Freud-Ferenczi meeting. The editor of the […]
2023.05.22.
Final program available!- Ferenczi150 Conference
We are sharing with pleasure the final program of the Ferenczi 150th Anniversary International Conference in Budapest, 9-11, June : http://ferenczisandor.hu/wp-content/uploads/2023/05/FINALprogram_Ferenczi150_A4-2.pdf Registration is still open. 190 EUR special fee for psychoanalyst candidates is available! For registration and further information please visit the conference official website: https://ferenczi150budapest.org/ We are looking forward to sharing this experience with […]

About the Ferenczi Sándor Society

The Sandor Ferenczi Society was founded in Budapest on September 12, 1988. Our non-profit organization’s mission is to follow the psychoanalytic traditions developed by Sandor Ferenczi, a colleague and close friend of Sigmund Freud. Ferenczi was not only the founder of Hungarian psychoanalysis, but he also established the principals of future psychodynamic psychotherapy approaches to come.

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Ferenczi House

International Ferenczi Center and Archive

In 2011, the Ferenczi Sándor Ferenczi Society and the International Ferenczi Foundation bought the apartment in Ferenczi's former villa in Naphegy, which includes the office where Ferenczi received his patients.

This was the result of an international fundraising effort with almost 300 donors, both insitutions and private individuals (see the List of Donors). The author and co-author of the Ferenczi House fundraising project were Judit Mészáros, Budapest, and Carlo Bonomi, Florence. The former Ferenczi office now represents the Ferenczi House/International Ferenczi Center, which serves as a venue for seminars and lectures, with Archives that also offer rich research opportunities.

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Budapest school

Fereczi születésnapja

The 50th birthday of Ferenczi with the Budapest school in 1923

This site is under construction.

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Projects

Informations and useful materials about the more significant initiatives of the association

Exhibitions and Movies

Conferences

Art & Psychoanalysis

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Thalassa magazine

"Thalassa is the journal of Sándor Ferenczi Society, Budapest. Thalassa is the title of Sándor Ferenczi's classical work. Thalassa symbolically refers to the sea, the womb, the origin, the source. Thalassa is an interdisciplinary journal devoted to free investigations in psychoanalysis, culture and society. Thalassa has its roots in historical traditions of Hungarian psychoanalysis, but is not committed to any particular school or authority. Thalassa welcomes all original contributions, historical, theoretical, or critical, dealing with the common problems of psychoanalysis and humanities."  from the imprint of Journal Thalassa.

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Ferenczi Thalassa

International Sándor Ferenczi Network

"The ISFN has developed over the past 25 years, among groups who have found Ferenczi's work to be an inspiring and mind-shaping resource.

It was founded in 2015 with the participation of international associations, institutions and groups. The ISFN is open not only to clinicians but also to other disciplines, including sociologists, historians, philosophers, who wish to engage in dialogue on the latest issues in dynamic psychotherapies and socially embedded psychoanalysis."

www.sandorferenczi.org