Public Interest Courses

Public Interest and Introductory Courses are open to anyone who is either considering training as a psychoanalyst or who wishes to incorporate psychoanalytic theory and practices into their existing careers. Click on the titles below to learn more about our individual offerings:

BPA Clinical Discussion Groups

The BPA Clinical Discussion Groups (CDGs) enable participants who may be interested in training as a Psychoanalyst to begin to think, or to develop their thinking further, in a... >> Read More

BPA Clinical and Theoretical Seminars: Lectures and Clinical Discussion Groups

This flexible course enables participants who may be interested in training as a Psychoanalyst, a Psychoanalytic Psychotherapist, or in discovering the workings of the mind ....>> Read More

Psychotherapy Today

This Introduction to Psychoanalytic and Jungian Ideas in a Challenging World begins in September and in October at Exeter University ....>> Read More

PPA Reading Group

Interested in the origins and development of psychoanalytic theory and practice? Join the PPA Reading Group which starts on 27 April 2017.>> Read More

Developing a Psychoanalytic Approach to Working with Children & Adolescents

This is a work discussion course led by a senior child psychotherapist. The aim of the course is to develop and enhance psychoanalytic understanding of the emotional growth... >> Read More

Infant Observation

The course provides an opportunity to develop knowledge and understanding of human development through direct observation of an infant during its early life. The body... >> Read More

Jung Reading Group

These are monthly facilitated discussions for graduates with clinical or academic knowledge of depth psychology and an interest in reading from Jung’s Collected Works and... >> Read More

The Work of Winnicott & Bion and Their Clinical Relevance

A series of 5 or 10 fortnightly workshops designed for anyone with an interest in Winnicott's and/or Bion's work and how their ideas can be used in the clinical setting with patients... >> Read More

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