Dynamic Interpersonal Therapy (Anna Freud Centre and Tavistock & Portman NHS Fdn Trust)

Anna Freud Centre / Tavistock & Portman NHS Foundation Trust

Dynamic Interpersonal Therapy, or DIT, is a simple short term (16 sessions) individual therapy protocol for mood disorders.

Please note this course does not lead to BPC registration.

Dates: Three times a year. See Anna Freud Centre website.
Fees: £1100 training fee or £1200 including role-play + £2000 for supervision of two patients over 16 weeks each

Course Outline
Dynamic Interpersonal Therapy (DIT) is a simple short term (16 sessions) individual therapy protocol for mood disorder. It is an easy to acquire, semi-structured, treatment protocol that is currently being investigated in a pilot study and appears to be quite effective with individuals in primary care with symptoms of anxiety and depression.

Who is this course suitable for?
DIT is designed to be implemented by therapists with an interest in and experience of psychoanalytic/dynamic psychotherapy.

Aims of course
The workshop provides a basic introduction sufficient to enable participants to begin practicing this manualized treatment with supervision. The course includes presentation of theories and techniques, observation of live role-plays, discussion and formulation of specific cases

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