Supervision Course

Applications for 2020-21 are now closed. Please contact the Education Manager on training@thesap.org.uk to be placed on the list for 2021-22.

Note: Due to the uncertainties caused by Covid-19, we will be offering this highly regarded course online at least for 2020. The course may move back to classroom teaching in 2021 if and when it is possible to do so safely.
The course is, as always, open to national and international candidates.
For those of you normally limited by location constraints, we encourage you to avail of this extraordinary opportunity to join the SAP Supervision Course.

October 2020 – July 2021

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.

SATURDAY WORKSHOP PROGRAMME

You can download the 20-21.Supervision Course Prospectus here.

You can download the 2020-21.SAP Supervision Course Programme here.

2020-21 Group times and locations:

Day Supervisor Location
Fridays, 10 – 11.30 am Christine Driver 71 Umfreville Road, N4 1RZ
Tuesdays, 2.50 – 4.20 pm Jan Wiener The SAP, 1 Daleham Gardens, NW3 5BY
Mondays, 4 – 5:30 pm Catherine Crowther The SAP, 1 Daleham Gardens, NW3 5BY

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.

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.

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

Application deadline: 6 September 2020.

Or for more information phone:

Miranda Alcock, Course Convenor
Tel: 01932 400 056

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