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The Association of Jungian Analysts offers a training programme in the theory and practice of Analytical Psychology which has arisen from C G Jung's model of the psyche and his work. The programme is concerned with clinical, personal, social, intellectual and spiritual aspects of individual development. The training, in the context of a sustained personal analysis, aims to provide a thorough analytic foundation.

Within this, the development of sound therapeutic practice cultivates a respect for the healing potential of the unconscious. The archetypal and prospective character of the unconscious forms the centre of clinical theoretical work. In a practical sense, this means that the orientation of the training is on healing through symbolic transformation, as well as the diagnosis, aetiology and treatment of symptoms. Dream analysis is an integral part of the therapeutic approach as is analysis of transference and countertransference.


JUNGIAN ANALYTIC TRAINING for QUALIFIED PSYCHOTHERAPISTS

20 Weekend Modules over 2015 and 2016

Closing date for January 2015 intake: 31 May 2014

For all Training enquiries please email Helena Rogowska  at: rogowska3@hotmail.co.uk


Jungian Analytic Training for Qualified Psychotherapists


A new Training to become a Jungian Analyst commenced in January 2008. This training has been designed for professionally qualified psychotherapists registered with UKCP and/or BPC. The Association of Jungian Analysts in London is aware that there is a considerable interest amongst practising psychotherapists wishing to incorporate a Jungian approach into their clinical work. This specialized course will enable the transition from psychotherapist to Jungian analyst. The seminar programme has a modular structure, with monthly weekend modules taking place over two years. The training will lead to membership of the Association of Jungian Analysts, and of the International Association for Analytical Psychology. The next intake of candidates is in January 2015. Applications are invited, and will be processed from 1st June 2013. The deadline for applications is 31 May 2014.

For further information about our training please contact Helena Rogowska at email address, rogowska3@hotmail.co.uk

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