CCPPD on the theory and methods of relational integrative psychotherapy
This training program will provide the fundamental theory required for certification as an Integrative Psychotherapist by the Commission for Standards and Certification (CSC) of the International Integrative Psychotherapy Association (IIPA). A certification of 75-hour continuing professional development will be issued on completion of the course.
Through lectures and group discussion of theory-into-clinical practice, assigned readings and participant’s presentation of clinical cases for consultation, this training will provide psychotherapists and counsellors with an understanding of the theory and methods of relational integrative psychotherapy as developed by Richard Erskine.
The training will focus on the importance of the therapeutic relationship while emphasising the methods of a psychotherapy that integrates the client’s effect, cognition, physiology, and behaviour. The aim of a contact-oriented and relational integrative psychotherapy is the intrapsychic reorganisation of client’s beliefs about self, others and the world while acknowledging, validating, and normalising client’s relational needs.
This engaging and relational therapeutic training will meet five times a year for two days, 15 hours each time. Participants are required to financially commit to payment of the full five two-day modules.
For more information and to register, please contact me on 07792 613 154 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Hosted by Ruth Birkebaek
Ruth started her career in Brazil a Plastic Surgeon. She also did trainings in Psychosomatic Medicine, Transactional Analysis and Integrative Psychotherapy with Richard Erskine. She has a wide range of experience working with Richard Erskine for many years. Ruth is UKCP reg Psychotherapist, Integrative Psychotherapy Trainer & Supervisor, PTSTA