The society has three types of members:
Extraordinary members. Professionals in psychology, psychoanalysis and psychotherapy who have accredited an important academic and/or clinical career. Not necessarily working as Jungian psychoanalysts but who contribute actively to promote and support the society’s objectives.
Title members. Jungian psychoanalysts who have their analytical education accredited in three areas; personal analysis, supervision hours and training seminars.
Associate members. This category includes two types of members: Students in training that are candidates for title membership who have previous accredited training in analytically oriented psychotherapy; and students or professionals whose interest is not focused on psychotherapy work, but are interested in Jungian psychology that could be applied to other areas of knowledge, such as education, social, historical and anthropological analysis.