‘ICAPP seminars have become an essential aid to my clinical work. Sue Reid’s Seminar, which pays careful attention to the detail and significance of session material, coupled with Sue’s insight, knowledge and approachability, results in an experience that is unique in its richness and leads to a deepening of clinical understanding. I can’t recommend it highly enough.’

Karen Belbin, Brisbane

‘ have been training at ICAPP for a number of years and would recommend their seminars to anyone interested in deepening their knowledge of working psychoanalytically with children and young people. All the seminars that I have attended have brought immense value to my practice, enhancing my understanding of conscious and unconscious processes and the importance of early-life experiences in shaping how we feel about ourselves and the world around us. ICAPP provides both foundational learning as well as opportunities for seasoned therapists to further develop their skills in a flexible and supportive online community. Each seminar is a rewarding experience bringing significant benefit to myself and my clients.’

Karen Sarmiento, Sydney

‘The lecturers are wonderful: all experienced psychoanalytic psychotherapists in their own right, and this really informs the depth of the teaching. As an experienced therapist in Australia it has been difficult to access quality training in the psychodynamic/psychoanalytic tradition and I have found ICAPP are the standout providers of this style of ongoing education’.
Tracey Mansted, Canberra
‘There is a real sense of commitment to working in a compassionate and thoughtful way with clients and with each other in the ICAPP seminars.  For these reasons I greatly appreciate the opportunity to work with the ICAPP participants.’
Dr, Jeanne Magagna
Child, Adult and Family Psychotherapist – Trained at the Tavistock Clinic in London
Former Head of Psychotherapy Services, Great Ormond Street Hospital for Children
‘The culture in the ICAPP seminars is the most inspiring l have found anywhere in the world as a teacher. Peter Blake has created an atmosphere in which students and teachers can ‘play’ with ideas. No matter how much experience students have, they soon find that everyone has something valuable to contribute.’
Sue Reid
Consultant Child and Adolescent Psychotherapist, previous lecturer at Tavistock, London.