Courses and Training at the BPC
The work of Freud, Jung and their successors underlies much of our thinking about society, and a knowledge of psychodynamic principles is a professional and personal asset. The theory of mind can be applied to academic and cultural investigations, allied professions such as social work or medicine, and any field that deals with relationships between people, including management and administration.
It's also invaluable if you wish to or already work in any of the psychological therapies, such as cognitive behaviour therapy or systemic therapy.
The BPC's member institutes offer a wide range of courses, including psychotherapy taster courses, seminars, and university-accredited degrees. The BPC does not itself run trainings but accredits the clinical trainings listed here.
A full clinical training in psychoanalysis or psychotherapy can lead to a career as a practising clinican, with engaging and rewarding work in the mental health services or in private practice. BPC member institutes offer a wide range of psychoanalytic and psychotherapeutic trainings, including child psychotherapy, classical Freudian psychoanalysis, and Jungian analysis.
- Information about our clinical trainings
- Information about postgraduate courses
- Information about short courses
- Information about Dynamic Interpersonal Therapy (DIT)
- Information about Mentalization Based Treatment (MBT)
- Information on the Training Criteria
- Information on Membership Procedures
If you run a psychodynamic/psychoanalytic training that is not currently accredited by the BPC, and would like to explore potential accreditation with us, please email firstname.lastname@example.org for the criteria and requirements documentation.