Supervision and CPD Training
For nearly thirty years we have been contributing to analytical psychotherapy, art therapy, and counselling trainings as teachers, supervisors, and training analysts. We run workshops and also lecture publicly on themes related to psychoanalysis and philosophy, particularly in relation to themes of identities and differences.
- Supervision for psychotherapists and counsellors (including trainees).
We offer supervision for therapists on a weekly, fortnightly, monthly, or one-off basis. As relational/phenomenological therapists our focus in supervision is on the uniqueness of the client-therapist relationship and its multiple conscious and unconscious meanings within particular socio-historical and cultural contexts.
We also offer
- Management and organizational consultations and supervision, including on management of staff with emotional difficulties.
- Consultations on choosing a psychoanalytic psychotherapy training.
We offer training and CPD in phenomenological methods of working for counsellors, psychotherapists and art therapists. Themes include questions of identity, differences, race, class, gender, sexuality, recognition, phenomenology, temporality, language, and mind/body relationships. Please see our website www.philospsyche.com for details of our seminars, workshops, and lectures.
Feedback on our training:
“Very stimulating intellectually and emotionally satisfying.”
“Life affirming/validating a line to growth, opportunity and connection.”
“A lovely learning space and very interesting and stimulating.”
“I enjoyed the interaction and the atmosphere you both created. It facilitated contact and the possibility of being there with confidence.”
“Thank you both so much for yesterday. It was a day that I shall remember with much gratitude, emotion and intellectual stimulation.”
“You are serious people working and helping to introduce ideas and thoughts in the psychoanalytic field in a way that is not common.”
“I have come away swimming in the words… I’m going to suggest Levinas at my reading group…”
“A very interesting seminar on language, and got me thinking more about my supervision group since!”