AGIP PSYCHOANALYTIC PSYCHOTHERAPY TRAINING
AGIP Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy Training is the training section of the Association for Group & Individual Psychotherapy (AGIP) which relaunched its training in October 2015. The training seminars now take place over 10 weekends per year (just Saturdays for the Foundation course; both Saturday and Sunday for the clinical training).
The apptraining offers:
- A Foundation course
- A Clinical Training leading to practice as a Psychoanalytic Psychotherapist or Jungian Analytical Psychologist
Applications for the Foundation course and clinical training commencing October 2018 are now welcome.
apptraining has organised three open days to be held early in 2018 for prospective candidates for the foundation course and the clinical training. The dates are as follows:
- Saturday, 27th January at 12 noon
- Saturday, 24th March at 12 noon
- Saturday, 28th April at 2pm
These Open Days offer potential applicants the opportunity to find out more about our courses and to meet and speak with members of the Training Committee. To book a place at one of these Open Days, use our Contact page.
AGIP is 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. The clinical training equips 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 or Jungan analysts. 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.