Professional and Personal Development for Psychotherapists and Counsellors

Psychotherapists and Counsellors working in clinical environments are required to continue their learning on an ongoing basis. A list of training bodies who provide professional development workshops and related events for practitioners of psychotherapy and counselling, is listed below.

Centre for Existential Practice

Centre for Existential Practice 

Workshops in Sydney & Melbourne, now online
Directors:  Alison StrasserAdam McLean |  visit website

Institute of Somatic Psychotherapy 

One Year Online Training in Somatic Psychotherapy Foundations (commencing March 2021)
Learn how to integrate a relational somatic psychotherapy approach into your practice.
Directors: Veronik VerkestErnst Meyer |  visit website

Open Dialogue and Dialogical Practice, Family of Origin Groups

Training in Dialogical Clinical Practice
Director: Dr Judith M Brown  |   visit website

Embodied Imagination Training Australia 

Three Year Training (blended delivery) offered in Melbourne and Sydney. Developed by Robert Bosnak, Jungian Analyst.
A creative and therapeutic method of working with dreams, memories and health issues
Facilitators: Robert Bosnak, Michelle Morris, Jennifer Hume   |   visit website   

The Couple and Family Training Centre

The Couple and Family Training Centre 

Training Seminars in Sydney
Director:  Jacqueline McDiarmid | visit website

The Equine Psychotherapy Institute

Practitioner Training in Daylesford Victoria
Director:   Meggin Kirbyvisit website

The Daring Way

Training programme developed by Dr Brene Brown
Facilitator:   Andrea Szaszvisit website

Centre for Educational and Clinical Art Therapy

On Campus and Distance Education for Practitioners
Director:   Rob Grayvisit website  

Progressive Process

Short Online Existential based Professional and Supervisory courses
Director:  Lydia Sterry |  visit website

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