bpf open day 2020 - postponed until further notice
Given the rapid worsening of the Coronavirus situation over the last couple of days, including the UK governments emergency meeting today, please note that bpf has taken the difficult decision to POSTPONE our open day.
We plan to host the Open Day once the current crisis passes. Hopefully, this will be around July. Of course, as soon as things are clearer and more certain with the Coronavirus situation in the country, we will inform you of the new date.
In the meantime, if you were intending to visit the Open Day to find out more about a particular course or education programme, please do not hesitate to seek further information from us. Please email us at: email@example.com with details of your area of interest and we will be delighted to provide further information.
The open day will provide an opportunity for anyone interested in psychoanalytic ideas to explore training and other educational opportunities as well as discuss them with practising psychotherapists and current bpf trainees.
on the day you will be able to:
- Learn about psychotherapy as a career, what training as a psychotherapist involves, and how knowledge of psychotherapy may help in other careers;
- Find out more about the bpf, one of the largest independent providers of training and treatment;
- Find out more about the range of courses, trainings and events the bpf offers, including professional trainings: Jungian Analysis, Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy, Modified Entry to Adult Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy, Doctorate in Child and Adolescent Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy with Anna Freud Centre/University College London, National Training in Psychodynamic Psychotherapy with Exeter University and MSc Psychodynamics of Human Development, a pre-clinical course run jointly with Birkbeck College, University of London;
- Find out more about a wide range of Introductory & Pre-Training Courses and CPD Courses for Counsellors & Psychotherapists.
To view the full programme for the day, please click here.
Our aim at the bpf is not only to train therapists through high-quality, intensive clinical training programmes but also to introduce the theory and practice of psychotherapy to potential trainees, other professionals (counsellors and those who work in private practice, the NHS and voluntary sector, etc.) and members of the public through a stimulating programme of introductory courses, professional development short courses, seminars, lectures and discussions for our members as well as for the public.
disclaimer: The bpf will not be held responsible for travel/hotel expenses made or incurred in the unlikely event of this course either being cancelled or postponed.
access information: The bpf building has limited access. Please contact us to find out more on 0208 452 9823 or at firstname.lastname@example.org.