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An introduction to projective assessment in practice 2024-2025

October 8 - 18:00 to 20:00

£95

Cost per session.

Projective assessment techniques sit within the psychodynamic tradition. They are powerful tools to gain the voice of the child and explore aspects of their experience and internal world that may not be well understood.

This is a 6 – 8 session modular training course to introduce psychologists and psychotherapists to techniques and resources that can be easily incorporated into practice through a consultation / therapeutic framework. Attendees will have opportunities for reflective peer supervision and develop their skills in administrating, analysing, feeding back and reporting on projective material. We will be covering sentence completions tasks, drawing techniques, and story telling techniques. There are a limited number of tickets for individual sessions. Attendees will leave this CPD with practical tools that they can share with their services. Ongoing support and supervision can be offered.

There are promotional offers available for a limited time on a limited number of tickets.

All sessions will take place on Tuesdays from 6 – 8pm online.
1) Introduction to projective techniques in practice – 8th October 2024
2) Sentence completion tasks – 12th November 2024
3) House, tree, person – 21st January 2025
4) Kinetic family/school drawing – 25th February 2025
5) Projective workshop* – 25th March 2025
6) Children’s apperception test 13th May 2025
7) Object relations technique 10th June 2025
8) Projective workshop* – 8th July 2025

*Projective workshops are open to those on the course and all that have completed a previous introductory course to projective assessment or has experience of regularly using projective techniques. It offers further opportunity to learn via experience within a model of peer supervision.

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