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Four days of training are being offered in the May 2020 in scenic Bern Switzerland. The 2-day video-based immersion course will be held on May 3rd and 4th and focused on the evaluation and treatment of patients with severe fragile character structure. May 2 will be a day of supervision or you can present cases or observe the supervision of others. May 5 will be an advanced training day focusing on more topics related to complex patients. Copy and click…Find out more »
We’re very excited to offer ISTDP training in Finland for the first time. Following a workshop by Jon Frederickson at the end of March this year, to our knowledge this will be the second ISTDP event in Finland. The three-day course gives a complete introduction to the theoretical and practical foundations of Intensive Short-term Dynamic Psychotherapy (ISTDP). Alongside theoretical lectures, the course includes skills training, role-plays, observation of actual therapy video and group discussions. This is the main content: an introduction…Find out more »
GENERAL DESCRIPTION The course will provide an introduction into Experiential Dynamic Therapy (EDT –see the IEDTA website at www.iedta.net for more information). Rooted in a psychodynamic understanding of the human mind, EDT is clinically different from traditional psychodynamic psychotherapy in that it employs an integrative model that synthesizes multiple theoretical perspectives (clinicians drawn to emotion-focused, mindfulness-based, somatic, and attachment-oriented treatment modalities will be particularly enriched by the theory of technique and interventions covered in this course). This translates into a…Find out more »
Intensive Short–Term Dynamic Psychotherapy (ISTDP) begins with an intensive and comprehensive evaluation and treatment session called the Trial Therapy. The Trial Therapy seeks to establish both a conscious and unconscious therapeutic alliance, gather a complete history of problem areas, past and present relationships, and related medical and social factors, while testing a client’s response to this therapeutic mobilization of the unconscious. By the end of the interview, therapist and patient should both have information about the suitability of this treatment,…Find out more »