Forensic Psychodynamic Psychotherapy
All BPC accredited trainings consist of academic teaching, clinical work and personal psychoanalysis or psychoanalytic psychotherapy. Find out more about the training components on our page about how we accredit trainings.
Once qualified, those who have undertaken a training in forensic psychodynamic psychotherapy and hold membership with the relevant Member Institution, will be eligible to register with the BPC as a forensic psychodynamic psychotherapist.
Forensic psychodynamic psychotherapists are trained to work in the psychodynamic treatment of both perpetrators of criminal acts and victims of criminal acts.
See below forensic psychodynamic psychotherapy trainings that are currently accredited by us, with links to their website to find out more about the training content, structure, fees, eligibility requirements and the application process.