Just as schools once devalued less academic pupils by placing them in the D stream, this talk asks whether psychotherapy trainings exclude those with disabilities? Are those who experience dissociation disorders also on the margins of the psychotherapy training world?
We are a professional association and training institute for psychoanalytic and psychodynamic psychotherapists based in Bristol with members across the south-west.
Our members are rigorously trained and professionally registered to offer high quality psychodynamic and psychoanalytic psychotherapy. If you are seeking therapy we offer a consultation meeting to explore whether these kinds of therapy may be right for you at this time.
We are a teaching organisation offering full trainings in psychodynamic and psychoanalytic psychotherapy leading to registration with the British Psychoanalytic Council (BPC). We also run introductory and pre-clinical trainings and shorter courses and lectures. We are always happy to talk through which courses or training may be most suitable so please don’t hesitate to contact us.
We support our active group of members and associates to maintain high standards through providing continuing professional development. Many members link up to form supervision groups or reading groups or to explore challenging issues such as race, culture, sexuality and other areas of potential unconscious discrimination.
If you have trained elsewhere but wish to join us as a full member or associate then do make contact so that we can talk you through the process.
You will find plenty of further information on all these issues using the buttons on the right. All our contact details are at the top right of each page.
Tavistock Relationships in collaboration with SIP now offers couple counselling and psychotherapy appointments in Bristol.
Counselling and couple therapy can help people open up some of the issues that are troubling them. Couples who come together open up communication between them so that they can understand the underlying issues in order to resolve the difficulties they are experiencing and find an agreed way forward
If you are currently in a relationship you may decide to come to the sessions with your partner, or on you own, to discuss your relationship.
You can read more about their service here.
SIP is a member institute of the British Psychoanalytic Council.
This guarantees that all our members have professional qualifications having trained to a high standard within SIP – or an equivalent accredited training organisation – over several years. Members work to our Code of Ethics our Equal Opportunities Policy and the BPC Child and Vulnerable Adults Policy and, every year, are required to produce evidence of continuing professional development to ensure that professional standards are maintained.