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Centre of Excellence

Psychoanalysis Diploma Course

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Centre of Excellence
Online

168 € 56 
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£ 147  £ 49

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Ore di lezione 150h
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What Will You Learn?
Discover how psychoanalysis was developed by Sigmund Freud and continues to evolve with those who have come after him. You’ll learn about the studies undertaken to prove its effectiveness, how it is used to help clients, and the qualities and training needed to become a professional Psychoanalyst.
From the course, you will first learn about psychotherapy and the differences between this and similar practices. You’ll explore the common elements of psychotherapy and the various ways it can help clients in either one-to-one, couples or group therapy settings and how the clients themselves can get the most from their sessions. You will also learn what the most common forms of psychotherapy are and the differences between their approaches.
The course focusses on psychoanalysis – a method of psychotherapy that places significant emphasis on the contents of the unconscious mind. You will discover what psychoanalysis is and how the practice is used to help clients solve their psychological and emotional problems.
As the founding father of psychoanalysis, it is important to understand the work of Sigmund Freud. From the Psychoanalysis Diploma Course, you learn about his life, beliefs, popular and lesser-known theories, and the legacy he has left in the fields of psychology and psychiatry.
The course explains Freud’s theory of Psychosexual Development and the five stages of life that everyone goes through, from birth to becoming a young adult, and how others are opposed to this idea. You’ll also learn about Attachment Theory and how this affects child and adult relationships.
Although psychoanalysis may have begun with Sigmund Freud, it certainly didn’t end with him. This course looks at the people who came after him and the ways in which they have added to his theories on personality and development with their own concepts..
As with most types of therapy and counselling, psychoanalysis has its fair share of naysayers

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Alun
23/02/2018
Il meglio: People were friendly and approachable communication with the staff. Wide variety of courses and you can do it in your own time with no pressure at all.
Da migliorare: All ok
Corso realizzato: Febbraio 2018
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Joanna Joy
06/01/2018
Il meglio: I like that the modules follow in a very logical manner and that it’s all self paced. The quizzes are good to make you review and remember the information you learned.
Da migliorare: Nothing to change
Corso realizzato: Gennaio 2018
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Vanda Wright
23/02/2018
Il meglio: Really interesting course and glad I can do it in my own time as really busy. I liked it overall.
Da migliorare: Nothing
Corso realizzato: Febbraio 2018
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Psychiatry
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Programma

Module 1: What Is Psychotherapy?

  • Part 1: Psychotherapy
  • Part 2: Common elements in psychotherapy
  • Part 3: How exactly does psychotherapy work?
  • Part 4: What qualities will help a client get the most from their therapy?
  • Part 5: What are the most common forms of psychotherapy practised today?
  • Part 6: What happens when psychotherapy goes “wrong”?
  • Module 1 Assessment

Module 2: What Is Psychoanalysis?

  • Part 1: The key assumptions behind psychoanalysis
  • Part 2: Example of psychoanalysis in action: Eric
  • Module 2 Assessment

Module 3: Sigmund Freud

  • Part 1: Sigmund Freud
  • Part 2: How Freud used hypnosis
  • Part 3: Freud and dream analysis
  • Part 4: Freud’s seduction theory
  • Part 5: Freud’s followers
  • Part 6: The rise of Nazism and Freud’s escape
  • Part 7: Freud’s less well-known theories
  • Part 8: Freud’s legacy
  • Module 3 Assessment

Module 4: Psychoanalysis and Childhood Development

  • Part 1: Freud’s theory of psychosexual development
  • Part 2: What happens if someone becomes stuck at a particular stage?
  • Part 3: Attachment Theory – a key development
  • Part 4: Building on attachment theory – Mary Ainsworth
  • Part 5: The attachment styles in adult relationships
  • Module 4 Assessment

Module 5: Psychoanalysis After Freud

  • Part 1: Carl Jung
  • Part 2: The 12 archetypes
  • Part 3: The soul types
  • Part 4: The self types
  • Part 5: Jung’s views on personality
  • Part 6: Anna Freud – How she continued her father’s legacy
  • Part 7: Melanie Klein
  • Part 8: Donald Winnicott
  • Part 9: Alfred Adler and Karen Horney
  • Part 10: Erik Erikson
  • Module 5 Assessment

Module 6: How Is Psychoanalysis Perceived Today?

  • Part 1: General criticisms of psychotherapy
  • Part 2: Counter Arguments
  • Part 3: Modern criticisms of psychoanalysis
  • Part 4: The role of modern psychiatry
  • Part 5: The rise of brief therapies as a replacement for psychoanalysis
  • Module 6 Assessment

Module 7: What Is the Evidence That Psychoanalysis Works?

  • Part 1: What does it mean when we say that a therapy “works”?
  • Part 2: Common tests used in research studies
  • Part 3: Qualitative methods
  • Part 4: The paradigm debate – why mixed methods research has a controversial history
  • Part 5: So can psychologists and psychotherapists really check whether a therapy has had a beneficial effect?
  • Part 6: The importance of the therapeutic alliance
  • Part 7: What should we conclude?
  • Module 7 Assessment

Module 8: Psychoanalysis In The Treatment Of Anxiety And Depression

  • Part 1: What does psychoanalytic theory say about anxiety?
  • Part 2: Defence mechanisms and anxiety
  • Part 3: Are some defence mechanisms better or healthier than others?
  • Part 4: A psychoanalytic perspective on depression
  • Part 5: Other psychoanalytic perspectives
  • Part 6: Coyne’s Interpersonal Theory of Depression
  • Module 8 Assessment

Module 9: Training To Be A Psychoanalyst

  • Part 1: Training
  • Part 2: What practical skills do trainees learn?
  • Part 3: Career options after training
  • Part 4: Training in other therapies
  • Module 9 Assessment