Dr Jonathan Sklar FRCPsych is an Independent training and supervising psychoanalyst of the British Psychoanalytic Society.
He trained in medicine at the Royal Free, University of London qualifying 1973. He qualified in psychiatry at Friern and the Royal Free in 1977.
He trained in psychoanalytic psychotherapy in the Adult Department, Tavistock Centre 1979 to 1983.
Simultaneously he trained at the Institute of Psychoanalysis, qualifying in 1983 and a training analyst since 1996.
Consultant Psychotherapist and Head of Department of Psychotherapy, Addenbrookes and Fulbourne Hospitals, Cambridge 1984-1996.
Balint group leader for 25 years, working with GPs and psychiatrists.
When vice president of the EPF (2007-2011), he was active in teaching and developing analysis in Eastern Europe.
He established an annual Psychoanalytic Conference in South Africa with Mark and Karen Solms for a decade (2005-2015), which eventually led to the establishment of the South African Psychoanalytic Society.
He taught psychoanalysis termly for ten years in Chicago till 2018. He served on the board of the IPA 2015-2019.
Honorary Degree in Psychotherapy awarded by the Serbian Medical Society, Belgrade 2012.
Honorary member of the South African Psychoanalytic Association 2016.
Honorary member of the Psychoanalytic Society of Serbia 2016.
Dr. Sklar was chair of The Independent Psychoanalysis Trust.
He works in private analytic practice in North London.