Introduction to Analytical Psychotherapy

Organised by:

West Midlands Institute of Psychotherapy

28 September 2024 - 07 December 2024

Time: 10:15 - 13:00

Price: EARLY BIRD FEE: £550.00 (up to 30th June 2024) / STANDARD FEE: £650.00


This 10-week course (25.25 CPD hours) is designed for those curious about Jungian and psychoanalytic concepts and the practice of analytical psychotherapy today.

In a small group setting, led by experienced psychotherapists, we will cover the key clinical ideas of analytical psychotherapy, including the analytic frame, transference, working with dreams and mother/infant research.

We welcome participants from all backgrounds. Previous attendees at our introductory courses have included counsellors, clinical psychologists, those working in pastoral care and spiritual direction, teachers, doctors and social workers.

1. What is Analytical Psychotherapy?
2. The Analytic Frame
3. Dreams
4. The Analytic Relationship
5. Public Lecture*: Speakers – Rupert Tower and Christopher Perry
6. Babies and their Parents
7. Me & My Shadow: Aspects of the Self
8. Why Psychotherapy?
9. Personal Growth
10. What Next?

28 September
5, 12, 19 October
2, 9, 16, 23, 30 November
7 December

10.15am – 1pm

*The public lecture will take place on Zoom from 10.15am – 2.30pm and will also involve smaller group discussions in breakout rooms.

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