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Jungian Modified Entry Scheme

The BJAA welcomes applications from people who already have a significant clinical therapy qualification and would like to train as a Jungian Analyst. 

The Programme

The BJAA Modified Entry Scheme is an individually tailored programme of additional training for BPC and non-BPC psychotherapists, Psychodynamic Counsellors, Arts Therapists, Child & Adolescent Psychotherapists, Couples Psychotherapists, Group Analysts and Humanistic Psychotherapists.
All bpf trainings involve both theoretical rigour and commitment to thinking deeply about clinical work.  In joining the MES, you will also further develop your capacity to work analytically. 

Applications can be made throughout the year.

 

 

Programme

  • Clinical work with two patients 3 x weekly under supervision for 2 years and 18 months respectively

  • Personal Analysis with a BJAA approved Training Analyst starting one year before joining the MES. For those who have already had a substantial analysis, lesser requirements may apply. 

  • Fortnightly clinical seminars. 

  • A portfolio of modules to include a range of Jungian theory seminars and Infant Observation. 

  • Where an Infant Observation has already been completed and approved by the BJAA, the requirement will be for a reflective paper. 

  • Support for each Trainee by a Training Adviser.

Successful completion of the course leads on qualification to Membership of the British Jungian Analytic Association (BJAA) of the British Psychotherapy Foundation (bpf) and registration with the British Psychoanalytic Council (BPC) and the International Analytical Psychology Association (IAAP). 

Requirements

In addition to the above, 

  • To have two years of clinical experience post qualification
  • To have a keen curiosity about Jungian thinking and theory which will determine the entry point into the theoretical part of the programme. 

Further Information 

The Selection Co-ordinator would be pleased to discuss any details of the training with you.  Contact joyces@bpf-psychotherapy.org.uk .  

Accessibility

The building has limited access - please call us on 020 8452 9823 to discuss your needs. 

 

The BJAA welcomes applications from all sections of society, especially from members of Black and Minority Ethnic communities

Tel: 020 8452 9823 Registered office: 37 Mapesbury Road, London NW2 4HJ
Company number 8238969 registered in England and Wales Registered charity number 1150806