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The UKs largest accredited listing of psychotherapy and counselling training providers.

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Wimbledon Guild Counselling Training

For over 20 years, The Wimbledon Guild Counselling Training have offered counsellors of every level the opportunity to learn new skills through our high quality CPD Training Events, Courses and Workshops. We choose high quality speakers and will frequently look for topics that have cross modality appeal.

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London Centre for Psychodrama

The London Centre for Psychodrama Group and Individual Psychotherapy offers services in London to the general public and to people in many areas of work including mental health, criminal justice, social services, counselling, youth work, substance misuse programmes, the public and voluntary sectors, schools and universities, therapy and helping professions, business and industry.

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Institute of Group Analysis

Institute of Group Analysis

The Institute of Group Analysis (IGA) was established 40 years ago by Dr SH Foulkes and a group of colleagues to provide clinical training in group psychotherapy. Since then group analysis has developed a strong presence in many regions of the UK, making the Institute of Group Analysis a truly national organisation. The IGA is a National Institute dedicated to providing high quality training in the field of group psychotherapy in numerous national locations.

Sensorimotor Psychotherapy Institute

In the early 1970s, while working as a technician and yoga/dance teacher at a short-term psychiatric hospital, Pat Ogden became interested in the correlation between her clients' disconnection from their bodies, their physical patterns and their psychological issues. Before the Diagnosis of Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder was included in the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM), Dr. Ogden recognized first-hand the way in which many of her patients were at the mercy of reliving the past, and that current treatment methods only seemed to trigger traumatic reminders. Recognizing the link between the body and psychological issues, she began to form the foundations of Sensorimotor Psychotherapy® by joining somatic therapy and psychotherapy into a comprehensive method for healing this disconnection between body and mind. In 1981, after co-founding the Hakomi Institute, pioneered by Ron Kurtz, Dr. Ogden founded her own school, a branch of the Hakomi Institute, which is known today as the Sensorimotor Psychotherapy Institute (SPI).

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