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Bwrsariaeth Cymru / Welsh Bursary Fund application

The Severnside Institute for Psychotherapy (SIP) has received a generous donation aimed at supporting the promotion of psychoanalytic and psychodynamic thinking and practice in Wales.

The objective of The Welsh Bursary initiative is to promote the application of psychoanalytic ideas and techniques for a range of educational, health and welfare services in Wales. It also offers financial support to students and trainees who would otherwise be unable to pursue their interest, study, and training in psychotherapy with SIP.

The Welsh Bursary Fund may assist with, for example, running or attending a workshop, or subsidising travel costs, supervision or academic resources for SIP students or trainees, up to a maximum sum of £3,000.

Please give information clearly and state concisely in the space provided the reason for your application with a brief account of how you will achieve one of the above aims and how you feel the bursary would enable you to promote the insights and practice of psychoanalysis in Wales in the future.

>> To apply, please complete the form below in as much detail as possible, ensuring that you also attach a copy of your CV to support your application.

The deadline for applications for Welsh Bursary Fund support for the 2023-24 academic year (1st September 2023 – 31st August 2024) is 31st July 2023.

SIP will be in touch (via email) within 4 weeks of the submission of your application to advise of the outcome; if you have any questions about your application in the interim, please contact finance@sipsychotherapy.org.

Click or drag a file to this area to upload.
Pleas upload a copy of your CV (in a PDF or MS Word format), please note that files must be under 5 MB.
Please note that if your application is successful SIP will expect summary reports detailing the work you have been conducting in support of the aims of the Welsh Bursary Fund.
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