Clinical Qualification in Psychodynamic Couple and Individual Counselling and Psychotherapy is a unique three-year psychotherapy training that qualifies practitioners to work with both couples and individuals.
This training provides a comprehensive understanding of psychoanalytic theory and techniques as it relates to the adult couple relationship and builds on and deepens the student's existing clinical experience. Clinical work with couples is provided through the Tavistock Relationships' clinical service, some of which is in co-therapy with experienced psychoanalytic couple therapists.
This stimulating course looks into some of the most fascinating aspects of couple relationships, including sex and sexuality, hate, aggression, and the myriad of unconscious processes such as unconscious phantasy and beliefs. This is a theory based course where the learning is participative. Course leaders and attendees will draw on their own clinical material to develop understanding of psychoanalytic concepts as they relate to the adult couple relationship.
The Foundation Certificate in Couple Counselling and Psychotherapy is our introductory course and is designed to serve as a grounding to apply for a professional training.
This CPD course takes place over two terms and consists of 8 full day Saturday workshops. It focuses on thinking about relationships and sex and applying this understanding to participants’ work.
Couple Therapy for Depression (CTfD) is an integrative, NICE approved, evidence-based treatment of up to 20 sessions of couple therapy designed to treat depression in individuals within their couple relationship, using the relationship as a key resource for recovery. It is one of the high intensity therapies offered in NHS IAPT Services.