This title explores the evolutionary history of training in psychotherapy, the institutions they came from, and the main ideas that supported them. It also explores the professionalization of psychotherapy and provides detailed information about each training. It includes all the organizations central to psychoanalytic work, including the Jungian trainings in analytical psychology and Jungian psychotherapy, and the child, group and couple trainings and all trainings inspired by psychoanalysis and analytical psychology. It is designed for those interested in training to become a psychotherapist and provides a focus for debate about the history of the field. By Richard Morgan-Jones with Jan Abram.