Foundation Course in Group Analysis 2023
Weekend Training Programme
We are often at a loss as to what might be going on in the dynamics of groups, especially when difficulties arise as they always do! This one-year course is open to people who are interested in deepening their understanding of group dynamics in both personal and professional settings, and learning about the potential applications of group analysis in clinical and/or organisational contexts. The Foundation Course is also the first step in the requirement towards the clinical training in Group Analytic Psychotherapy.
Drawing on theories of founding pioneer in Group Analysis, S.H. Foulkes, who was always of the view that individuals can only be understood in the context of their groups, this experiential foundation training develops an in-depth understanding of how group dynamics influence the individual and how the individual’s dynamics influence the group. The training also explores the ‘unconscious’ dynamics in groups.
This well regarded and long running training programme is offered in block format over nine weekends from September 2023 – June 2024.
The main elements of the programme are experiential, both in small and large groups and also through theory, work discussion and case study groups.
If you are interested in finding out more, information briefings will be held via ZOOM and in person by
- Wednesday 8th March 2023: 6.30pm – 8pm (ZOOM)
- Friday 31st March 2023: 6.30pm – 8pm (ZOOM)
- Thursday 20th April 2023: 6;30pm – 8pm The School of Psychotherapy, St. Vincent’s University Hospital, Elm Park, Dublin 4 (in person)
- Wednesday 3rd May 2023: 6:30pm – 8pm (Zoom)
For further enquiries or to register your interest and receive a link to these events please contact Georgina Dunlevy, Group Analytic Course Administrator at firstname.lastname@example.org
Closing Date for Course Applications: Friday 2nd June 2023
Additional information can be found at The School of Psychotherapy @ St Vincent’s University Hospital, Dublin and MSc in Group Analytic Psychotherapy (UCD).