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International Center for Lacanian Psychoanalysis in Ljubljana, Slovenia (ICLP)
About ICLP
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About the International Center for Lacanian Psychoanalysis

Welcome to the International Center for Lacanian Psychoanalysis in Ljubljana (ICLP). Located in the city center (Trnovo), our practice is guided by the theories and clinical experience of Jacques Lacan and Sigmund Freud.

The Center's two analysts, Janja Kaiser and Tommaso Lonquich, have undergone extensive training in Paris, Strasbourg and Madrid. They are full members of the Association of Psychotherapists of Slovenia (ZPS) and have experience in working with diverse individuals, ensuring the utmost care, confidentiality, and respect throughout your journey.


Treatment can be carried out in any of seven languages: English, Slovenian, French, Italian, Spanish, Serbian and Croatian.

Contact us to schedule a confidential consultation and embark on a transformative path of self-discovery with powerful therapeutic potential.

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Our Team

Janja Kaiser Zupancic, psychoanalyst and psychotherapist


Psychoanalyst & Psychotherapist

Slovenian, French, English, Croatian and Serbian

Tommaso Lonquich, psychoanalyst


Psychoanalyst & Psychotherapist


English, Italian and Spanish

About Psychoanalysis
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About Psychoanalysis


In the course of our lives, we may come across situations, challenges, or behaviors that repeatedly make us feel uneasy, hinder our aspirations and endeavors, and potentially cause suffering to ourselves and those around us.

The objective of psychoanalysis is to embark on an exploration of an individual's personal history, in order to comprehend how it shapes their present life across all its dimensions: family, relationships, career, and love. The ultimate aim is to gradually liberate the person from their symptoms, anxieties, and psychological suffering. Psychoanalysis operates as a "talking cure", where the analyst plays a crucial role by attentively listening to your discourse,  creating a safe and privileged space for unrestricted and uncensored expression.


Psychological distress can be as devastating as physical pain. It obstructs one's existence, complicates relationships with others, and leads to issues in both the emotional and professional spheres.

While people readily visit a doctor when faced with physical symptoms, psychological troubles are often neglected, resulting in seeking professional help only when they become unbearable.


When faced with challenges in areas like family, love, or work, it can be highly beneficial to consult with a specialist. Psychoanalysis can effectively address a wide range of symptoms and issues:


  • Anxiety and panic attacks

  • Depression 

  • Phobias 

  • Obsessive-compulsive disorser (OCD)

  • Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD)

  • Grief and mourning

  • Difficulties in relationships or parenthood

  • Stress and burnout

  • Difficulties in adolescence 

  • Difficulties at work 

  • Existential malaise 

  • Sleep disorders

  • Sexual disorders

  • Eating disorders

  • Issues related to identity, including gender identity

  • Sexual abuse and other forms of violence

  • Self-harm

  • Repetitive patterns of behavior or thoughts

This list is not exhaustive, as psychoanalysis can address a wide variety of psychological and emotional challenges. Each individual's treatment plan is tailored to their specific needs and concerns, as psychoanalysis focuses on exploring the unique history, experiences, and unconscious processes of the person seeking help.

Contact us
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International Center for Lacanian Psychoanalysis
Jeranova Ulica 5
1000 Ljubljana - Slovenia

tel: +386 (0)41219610 (Janja Kaiser - SL, FR, HR, SRB, EN)
tel: +386 (0)64225677 (Tommaso Lonquich - EN, IT, ES)

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