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    This is a once monthly on-going learning experience programme

    "The creation of something new is not accomplished by the intellect but by the play instinct acting from inner necessity. The creative mind plays with the objects it loves." Carl Jung

    This exciting programme aims to meet the following interests of participants:

    • On-going personal development and exploration with like-minded people through exploring Analytical Psychology
    • Exploring the possibility of applying for the NEW twice weekly psychodynamic psychotherapy training or the Adult Analytic training
    • General exploration of concepts in Analytical Psychology through reading, discussion, debate, process and experience

    An exploration of reflective practice

    A non-clinical course to introduce participants to the core skills necessary in therapeutic encounters. The course objectives are for participants to

    • develop competence in using core communication and therapeutic skills such as attending, listening and questioning, 
    • practice self reflection and self evaluation, 
    • deepen their understanding of the relevance of human development.

    An Introductory Course in Jungian and Post-Jungian Concepts

    This course provides an introduction to key Jungian and Post-Jungian concepts.

    Jung in Context 
    Freud: Development of Theory 
    Jung: Development of Theory 
    Discussion on Freud & Jung 
    Introduction to Object Relations Theory

    Study Day - Jung's Relevance Today

    Models of Defence - Dissociation; Disturbances
    Borderline States
    Body & Somatisation
    Working with Depressed Patients
    Study Day -  Narcissism

    Topic: Assessing Borderline States

    Speaker: Martin Schmidt

    Chair: Mary Horton

    Date: 16 June 2018

    Time: 10 am - 1 pm

    Approaches to the Unconscious

    The Analytic Attitude 

    Origins & Development of the Self

    Dreams, Imagination and Development of Symbolic Capacity

    What Works for Whom: Psychotherapy in a Wider Context (The Role and Use of Research in Clinical Work)

    A psychoanalytic approach in further developing core assessment practice

    This psychoanalytic course has been developed for therapists of all modalities to support them in further development of their therapeutic skills as assessors, whether new to assessing or for clinicians wanting to further explore their assessment capacities. Assessment may be considered as the most challenging, yet fascinating function of therapeutic work. It is a complex and demanding task and yet there seems to be limited clinical training and writing in this field when compared with other areas of therapeutic intervention.

    2018.Generic.Clinical Assessment Prospectus.pdf2018.Generic.Clinical Assessment Prospectus.pdf

    A modular CPD clinical training course in working with 18-25 year olds

    With limited therapeutic services available to this transitional age group in the UK, there is increasing pressure and demand on therapists in private practice and charities to treat patients within this group.  This course has been developed to further the therapist's skill and support when working with this challenging developmental stage.

    2017-18.Transitions Prospectus.v1.pdf2017-18.Transitions Prospectus.v1.pdf

    A psychodynamic/psychoanalytic supervision course with a Jungian orientation in two strands

    17-18.Supervision Course Prospectus.pdf17-18.Supervision Course Prospectus.pdf