Location: The SAP, 1 Daleham Gardens, NW3 5BY
Date: 19 May 2012
THINKING OF TRAINING IN JUNGIAN ANALYSIS?
Saturday May 19 2012
3pm - 6pm (incl. tea)
The SAP offers a four-year intensive clinical training programme in analysis. The training fully equips individuals to practise professionally as analysts in private practice, as well as those who need top-level analytical skills in a variety of other professional and mental health care settings.
A range of courses is also offered, including the Foundations of Analytical Psychology, a systematic introduction to Jungian psychology, its principles, theories and practice. It gives participants the opportunity to learn about key Jungian concepts at a sophisticated level, and to meet a range of SAP trained analysts who teach the course. Some people approach their interest in training through this introduction. We also offer a one-year training in Supervision, comprising lectures, workshops and extensive supervised supervision. It aims to enhance the development of essential skills for all those involved in clinical teaching, clinical management and consultation.
The Society also organises Infant Observation seminars, for those who wish to hone their observational skills as well as their understanding of infant and child development through this deep and richly rewarding approach. For those people needing more clinical experience, we can assist in arranging honorary clinical placements in NHS psychotherapy departments and voluntary agencies, where valuable analytical supervision is provided. The Society has strong links with The Centre for Psychoanalytic Studies at the University of Essex where an SAP analyst is one of the professors of Jungian and Post-Jungian Studies. Here an extensive programme of research and post-graduate study is offered for those who wish to extend their academic and clinical work to M.A., Clinical Doctorate and PhD level.
We warmly invite you to our Open Afternoon to explore any interests you may have in any of the above activities offered by The SAP. You will have the opportunity to meet informally the Chair of The SAP, the Director of Training, the Chair of the Training Committee and other Members involved with the Training and the Foundation Course. You will have opportunities for discussion with other participants and with SAP Members in both structured and informal groups. We welcome people from all relevant professions including psychiatrists, psychologists, GPs, psychotherapists, counsellors, art and music therapists, psychiatric nurses, clergy, social workers.
The SAP is a founder member of the British Psychoanalytic Council (BPC) and upholds an equal opportunities policy.
For further details:
Education & Training Administrator
Tel: 020 7419 8896
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