ALLIANCE OF PSYCHOANALYTIC PSYCHOTHERAPY TRAININGS
The Alliance of Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy Trainings is a new and unique collaboration of two established psychotherapy organisations: Arbours Association and the Association for Group & Individual Psychotherapy (AGIP), which have pooled their experience and expertise, and launched a joint training in October 2015.
The Alliance offers:
Applications for the clinical training commencing October 2017 are now closed. Applications for the foundation course remain open until 30th June for the Ocober 2017 entry – applications are dealt with on a first-come first-served basis, so if you are interested, you should apply now.
The Alliance organised three open days, held in February, March and April for prospective candidates for the foundation course and the clinical training. Unfortunately all the dates of these open days have now passed so if you have any queries, please use our contact page.
AGIP and Arbours are both committed to a broad, pluralist approach to psychoanalysis and analytical psychology, drawing on the major approaches to the theory and practice of psychoanalysis and analytical psychology. Both organisations equip their members to work in private practice and in the public and voluntary sectors.
Trainees are encouraged to develop a critical and creative approach to their work within the field and to become competent, self-aware psychoanalytic psychotherapists. They acquire theoretical knowledge, sound clinical skills, and an ethical and professional approach to practice.
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British Journal of Psychotherapy – Rozsika Parker Prize 2016
Many congratulations to AGIP’s Professional Member Sian Ellis who has just been announced as the winner of the post-qualification Rozsika Parker essay prize for 2016.