ICAPP TRAINING FOR 2021 Via ZOOM
We are pleased to announce the ICAPP training programme for 2021.
We will be offering units 1 to 12 throughout 2021.
For those of you interesting in applying to study with ICAPP please read the following information.
ICAPP’S three-year training program comprises of 12 units, four units to be completed each year. Each year’s units are pre-requisites for the following year’s study.
Prospective students will be invited for an interview as a part of the application process.
Progress through each year of study will be dependent on the completion of the previous year’s units, combined with relevant assessment tasks, and an individual interview at the completion of the year.
At the end of the three years, qualified students will be strongly encouraged to participant in a
post-qualifying clinical seminar for one year.
THE STRUCTURE OF THE TRAINING
Year One – Foundation Course Units
1. Infant observation
2. Infant observation
3. Introduction to Psychoanalytic Theory
4. Introduction to the Practice of Child & Adolescent Psychotherapy
Year Two – The Practice of Child and Adolescent Psychotherapy Units
7. Family Work
8. Clinical Seminar (1)
Year Three – Clinical Training in Child and Adolescent Psychotherapy
9. Contemporary Theory
10. Clinical Issues
12. Clinical Seminar (2)
LEVELS OF TRAINING
FOUNDATION COURSE IN PSYCHOANALYTIC UNDERSTANDING OF CHILDREN AND ADOLESCENTS
The Certificate Course (Level 1) is a Foundation level of learning in which the practice of observing infantile states of mind and the study of psychoanalytic principles are introduced. The skills and knowledge developed at this level are the basis of all future psychoanalytic psychotherapy.
A Certificate of Foundation Principles in Psychoanalytic Understanding of Children and Adolescents will be awarded upon the successful completion of the first four units.
PRACTICE OF PSYCHOANALYTIC CHILD AND ADOLESCENT PSYCHOTHERAPY
The Course in child and adolescent psychotherapy (Level 2) introduces the student to the practice of child and adolescent psychotherapy. As well as reading classic papers concerning the theory and practice of child and adolescent psychotherapy, issues concerning techniques in the assessment and therapy of children and adolescents and working with parents will be examined.
A Certificate in The Practice of Psychoanalytic Child and Adolescent Psychotherapy will be awarded upon the successful completion of units five to eight.
Students can apply for Associate Membership of ICAPP after presenting papers on a child, adolescent and family/parent cases.
CLINICAL TRAINING IN PSYCHOANALYTIC CHILD AND ADOLESCENT PSYCHOTHERAPY
Clinical Training in child and adolescent psychotherapy (Level 3) builds upon the level 1 and 2 coursework. All units will have a clinical emphasis. Readings in contemporary literature on child and adolescent therapy will be examined, incorporating the different schools of analytic thinking in this area. Clinical supervision and discussion both individually and in small groups will begin. Students will be required to be undertaking clinical work with children and/or adolescents. Students undertaking level 3 are expected to be undertaking their own personal therapy.
Upon the completion of two training cases and a clinical presentation of one of these cases the student may apply for full ICAPP Membership.
All seminars will be conducted via Zoom.
Detailed information about each unit, dates, times and coordinators of each unit will be forthcoming on the ICAPP website www.icapp.com.au
$65 per seminar except for Infant Observation (90 minutes duration) which is $75 per seminar. When a clinical seminar is taken by an international teacher the unit cost may be higher.
Interstate and professionals from other countries are encouraged to apply.
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