There are three categories of CFAR membership:
There are four ways to obtain Full Membership, depending on the candidates background:
- Associate Member (Clinical Affiliate)
- Associate Member (Non-CFAR training)
- Associate Member (CFAR training)
- CFAR Training
There are three ways to obtain Associate Membership, depending on the candidate’s background and formation:
- Clinical Affiliate Member
- Lacanian psychoanalysts who have trained elsewhere
- Trainees of CFAR who have completed four years of the training programme
The minimum necessary requirement is a psychoanalytic training in another tradition than Lacanian Psychoanalysis. This is a necessary but by no means a sufficient requirement to be accepted on the Clinical Affiliate track.
The minimum necessary requirement is training/education/experience in fields related to psychoanalysis. This is a necessary but by no means a sufficient requirement to be accepted on the Non-Clinical Affiliate Track.