Psychodynamic Approaches to Psychotherapy
2020-09-08 - 2021-02-08$275 – $1300
(Recognized by the OPQ for the psychotherapy permit and 54CE OPQ hours)
Psychodynamic psychotherapy is based on the premise that human problems and behavior express the unconscious forces and internal conflicts.
Training in psychodynamic psychotherapy requires a commitment to deepening knowledge through reading and reflection; the ability to approach complex material with an independent mind; the willingness to seek necessary resources; and the dedication to fulfill program responsibilities with professionalism.
The seminars combine lectures and discussions, based on assigned readings; the seminars are organized in four modules, which can be taken as whole (fall and winter session) or by module (see dates).
From 9:00am to 11:00am
Tuesdays from September 10th, 2019 to April 14th, 2020 (whole year) 54 CE hrs
Or by Module:
MODULE I – Basic Principles of Psychodynamic Psychotherapy: Assessment
RP02198-17 (Module I) 12 CE hrs: September 10th to October 15th, 2019
MODULE II – Introduction to Basic Principles of Psychodynamic Psychotherapy Part A
RP02201-17 (Module II) 12 CE hrs: October 22nd to November 26th, 2019
MODULE III – Introduction to Basic Principles of Psychodynamic Psychotherapy Part B
RP02206-17 (Module III) 10 CE hrs: January 7th to February 4th, 2020
MODULE IV – Understanding personality structures from a psychodynamic perspective
RP02207-17 (Module IV) 20 CE hrs: February 11th to April 14th , 2020
See the registration section. Coursepacks, Fall and Winter are not included. Approximately cost $120
Assignment #1: 40% of the final mark Due date: end of December
Assignment #2: 60% of the final mark Due date: mid-May
The Argyle Institute will issue an official attestation for the OPQ (for psychotherapy permit) or an attendance attestation for OPQ Continuing Education hours (for those holding a psychotherapist permit)