Introductory & CPD Courses
The aim of BAP courses is to help people think about how they relate to one another. Often, people receive communications they do not know they are getting and conversely, they give out communications of which they may not be fully aware. Sometimes, the combination of these unknown, or half known exchanges lead to repeated difficulties.
The practice of psychotherapy, and of psychoanalysis for over a century, has yielded a body of theory and tested approaches to many situations which have been demonstrated to be highly effective in recognising and understanding them. Moreover, these approaches can inform about how useful it is and how to intervene in challenging situations involving groups and individuals. Obviously, there is no short cut to acquiring such skills which, over time, have to engage the mind as well as the emotions.
Who the courses are for
We offer a range of courses for members of different professions, from all sections of society, depending on their level of interest and the stage of their life and career. People who have attended our events have come from nursing, medicine, scientific research, the law, media, social work, counselling, clergy, education, management consultancy, accountancy and the arts, and many more.
People who benefit most from BAP courses tend to be those who are open-minded, curious about themselves, prepared to take some risks in their learning and those who are keen to apply this learning in their everyday life. For our part, we make a commitment to guide and support people undertaking BAP courses to attain their learning goals.
Introductory BAP courses are listed here
CPD BAP courses are listed here