Psychoanalytic Supervision Course

The Guild’s psychoanalytic supervision course will run on eight Saturdays starting in October 2024 and completing in May 2025.  The course will be held in-person at The Guild's Nelson Square address in Southwark, SE1.  The course is for psychoanalytic psychotherapists who meet the eligibility requirements of the UKCP’s Council for Psychoanalysis and Jungian Analysis (CPJA).  

Now in its fourteenth year, the course comprises:

  • An innovative training, 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 as well as for more recently qualified clinicians
  • Prepares students for registration with the British Association of Psychodynamic & Psychoanalytic Supervisors (BAPPS)

Fees for the training are £2,475 (£2,200 for Guild Members). Excluded from the fees is supervision of supervision (minimum 15 hours), which is to be arranged separately by individual students. Included is 18-months subscription to PEP-web for non-Guild applicants who do not already have access. 

Although our own and other supervision courses cannot automatically grant BAPPS membership, completion of the course (including the optional essay) fulfils the membership criteria for the British Association of Psychoanalytic and Psychodynamic Supervisors (BAPPS).

For more detail contact:



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