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  Jungian Psychotherapy Training


Online British Psychotherapy Foundation    Academic Degrees

Part time September Other 4 Years Part-time
Psychology (31)

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Are you passionate about delving into the depths of the human psyche and helping others on their journey of self-discovery? Look no further than the Jungian Psychotherapy Training offered by the British Jungian Analytic Association (BJAA). This comprehensive programme, accredited by the British Psychotherapy Foundation and the International Association for Analytical Psychology, provides a rich and diverse curriculum that integrates Jungian and post-Jungian theories with psychoanalytic ideas. With a strong emphasis on clinical practice, trainees engage in once-weekly therapy sessions and attend theoretical and clinical seminars. Whether you have an academic background or relevant work experience, this programme welcomes applicants from all walks of life. Take the first step towards becoming a qualified Jungian Psychotherapist and embark on a transformative journey of personal and professional growth. Contact Barbara Guenther to learn more about this exciting opportunity.

About the course

Deadline: 21st April 2023

The BJAA (British Jungian Analytic Association) is now offering a new training which will lead to qualification in Jungian Psychotherapy practising at once weekly frequency. Qualification in Jungian Psychotherapy leads to membership of the British Psychotherapy Foundation/BJAA, and of the International Association for Analytical Psychology (IAAP). This training is accredited by the British Psychoanalytic Council (BPC).

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Entry Requirements

Demonstrate some academic experience and ability such as a degree, MA, MSc or equivalent.

Experience of work in a mental health setting is an advantage but we welcome applications from a variety of backgrounds. You will need to demonstrate an interest in Jung and Jungian writing. Attendance of events and courses such as bpf’s ‘Foundation Course’, CASC (Clinical Analytic Skills Course), or other relevant public lectures/courses will be an advantage.

Experience of working therapeutically one-to-one and face to face with adults in a paid, honorary or other capacity is preferred. This can be discussed with the selection coordinator


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