October 2024 – July 2025

A psychodynamic/psychoanalytic supervision course with a Jungian orientation.

The course has two strands:

Theory and Practice of Supervision: 10 monthly Saturday workshops that include presentations by senior SAP analysts, including contributors and editors of three leading books in the field. There is an optional written paper to achieve the diploma.

Supervision of Supervision: in weekly groups led by senior SAP analysts.

Supervision Groups being offered for 2024-25:

Tuesdays, 12.30 – 2.00 pmJan WienerIn person/Online
Wednesdays, 10.30 am – 12 pmGraham FullerOnline
Wednesdays, 2 – 3.30 pmHellen MabhikwaOnline
Fridays, 10 – 11.30 amChristine DriverOnline
Fridays, 10 – 11.30 amBob WithersOnline

Applicants should normally have 3 years’ clinical experience post-qualification, be registered with BPC or UKCP or accredited with BACP or equivalent and are expected to be working as supervisors by the start of the course. Additional groups may be possible in West or Southwest London, Oxford, Cambridge, Surrey, Sussex, North Derbyshire or Rutland. Supervision in pairs or individual supervision may be arranged in exceptional circumstances.

A psychodynamic training and substantial experience of psychodynamic therapy/analysis are required.

Venue:                 SAP

Convenor:           Miranda Alcock

Small Group Facilitator: Vernon Yorke

Fees:                    Course Fee: £1755; Supervision of Supervision Fee: £1050 (payable in 3 termly instalments)

We are now accepting applications for 2024-25.

Course Resources:

Deadline for application is 9 September 2024.

For further information, please contact the Training & Education Manager.



Miranda Alcock is a member of the SAP who has a private and supervision practice in Surrey and is an Organisational Consultant. She has worked extensively in NGOs and the Public Sector. She has worked on Group Relations Conferences as Director and Consultant for the last 30 years. She has taught and supervised  at the Department of Psychosocial Studies at Birkbeck College and at the Tavistock and Portman NHS Trust. She currently works and supervises there, on the Doctorate in  Consultancy and Organisation. She supervises Trainees on the SAP Psychotherapy Training   Her specialism is supervising clinicians working with addiction and Refugee Practitioners.