Psychotherapy Training Program
This course is currently being revised. Please contact us for information about the next intake.
Aims of the Course
The Psychotherapy Training Program is structured to provide a sound professional and ethical base for psychotherapeutic practice.
The course offers a comprehensive training in the theory and practice of psychotherapy, drawing on psychodynamic, body-oriented, and intersubjective understandings of human process and of the therapeutic relationship.
In the training we also focus on the therapy process in its social and political context. We draw on infant research as well as contemporary theorizing about the therapeutic relationship.
The course aims to provide students with a thorough education in the theory and practice of psychotherapy, and opportunities to develop:
Course Structure and Pathways
The programme is designed to equip students to function as psychotherapists in private practice or in other professional environments.
It is a part time course consisting of:
The program consists of compulsory core subjects as well as a choice of elective subjects.
Students choose one of the following elective subjects in the second year of the course (other electives may be added in the future):