Psychoanalytic Supervision Course

The Guild’s Psychoanalytic Supervision course will run on eight Saturdays from October 2017 to May 2018. Now in its eighth year, the course will comprise:

  • An innovative training course, structured around different theories about the history and practice of psychoanalytic supervision
  • In-depth discussion of transference, ethics, boundaries and the constraints of working within different settings
  • Ongoing exploration of differences, including class, culture, race and sexuality
  • Emphasis on developing practitioners’ own distinctive supervisory style
  • Suitable for experienced supervisors and more recently qualified clinicians
  • Prepares students for registration with the British Association of Psychodynamic & Psychoanalytic Supervisors (BAPPS)

£1,750 for Guild members; £2,000 for students from other organisations. Fees exclude 15 hours (minimum) supervision of supervision, to be arranged by individual students. 18 months’ subscription to PEP web is provided for non-Guild applicants.