adult psychotherapy training
jungian analytic and jungian psychotherapy
The British Jungian Analytic Association (BJAA) offers a four-year training programme and modified entry scheme (MES) based in London. The training leads to qualification as a Jungian Analyst and to registration with the British Psychoanalytic Council (BPC), together with membership of the BJAA, the British Psychotherapy Foundation and the International Association for Analytical Psychology (IAAP).
BJAA jungian analytic training
A highly respected Jungian Analytic Training for working with adults that leads to qualification as a Jungian analyst. The strong clinical bias is backed up by the requirement for an Infant Observation. Jung and post-Jungian thinking are at the heart of the curriculum and are integrated with psychoanalytic thought and ideas from other disciplines such as neuroscience.
The approach offers a constructive critique of traditional analytical psychology and psychoanalysis and a focus on evolving contemporary theories and practice. Applicants come from a wide range of backgrounds and with this training are well equipped to develop a private practice or to apply the model to work in the NHS, higher education and the third sector.
BJAA jungian analytic training - modified entry scheme
The BJAA offers a modified entry into the Jungian Analytic Training. It is an individually tailored programme of additional training for Psychotherapists, Psychodynamic Counsellors, Arts Therapists, Child & Adolescent Psychotherapists, Couples Psychotherapists, Group Analysts and Humanistic Psychotherapists.find out more
BJAA jungian psychotherapy training
This exciting new training runs alongside the highly respected Jungian Analytic Training for working with adults and leads to qualification as a Jungian Psychotherapist. It has a strong clinical bias with a focus on once weekly work with patients and includes an Infant Observation. The curriculum focuses on Jungian and post-Jungian theory and practice whilst combining aspects of other traditions and elements of neuroscience. Jungian Psychotherapists will be well equipped to develop a private practice or to apply the model to work in the public and charity sectors.find out more
The bpf offers a number of Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy trainings. These include the Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy Association's (PPA) well established intensive psychotherapy training in London, the National Psychotherapy Training (with the University of Exeter) which also confers an academic award; the PPA Modified entry scheme for established psychotherapists. All trainings lead to registration with the British Psychoanalytic Council (BPC).
PPA psychoanalytic psychotherapy training
Training in the PPA incorporates best clinical practice and high standards and is accredited by the British Psychoanalytic Council. With this foundation, therapists are well equipped to develop a private practice or to apply the model to work in the NHS, higher education and the third sector. Applicants for the PPA training come from a wide range of backgrounds.find out more
PPA psychoanalytic psychotherapy training - modified entry scheme
The Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy Association offers a modified entry into the Clinical Training. Qualified Child & Adolescent Psychotherapists, Couple Therapists, and those already qualified in Psychodynamic Therapy are eligible to apply.find out more
national psychotherapy training
Offering trainings in psychoanalytic and psychodynamic therapy, these trainings are a collaboration of the bpf and the University of Exeter and are accessible from throughout the UK.find out more