Introduction to the work of Wilfred Bion copy 1

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    Expriy date Includes lifetime access

    Course Description

    Who is this course for?

    Both clinicians and students from a variety of disciplines such as philosophy, medicine, psychology, literature, wanting to expand their knowledge on Bion’s ideas and its applications. Particularly suited for overseas students. Also serves as a natural progression for those who completed our Introductory Lectures course.

    Course Content

    This short course will give you an outline of Bion’s core ideas, their theoretical relevance and applications.

    Recorded Lectures

    1. Who was Wilfred Bion (14m44s)

    2. Bion’s early work with groups (18m59s)

    3. Bion’s work with patients in psychotic states (11m04s)

    4. The domain of K (19m19s)

    5. Bion’s later work (18m19s)

    Here you can watch Mr Chris Mawson introducing his course.

    You can read a short bio about the teacher on this course, Mr. Chris Mawson, by clicking here

    Course Format

    This course consists of recorded lectures, a transcript of the lectures, study questions, suggested reading and a glossary of terms. The study questions will help you to check your understanding of the course materials.

    Course Duration

    • Course content  - 2 months

    You will have access to all course materials at any time for the duration of your chosen course. This allows you to learn at your own pace and review particular topics as needed.

    Entry Requirements

    You do not need any specific experience or qualifications to take the course. You must have a reasonably good internet connection to view our video content (around 400kbps - 2Mbps download speed, 400kbps+ upload speed).

    Fees

    • Online course: £85


    Further Information

    Please contact enquiries@psychoanalysis.org.uk

    Why study with us?

    Blended Learning options:

    Although our online courses are designed to be as interactive and accessible as possible, we like to offer students, when possible, the option to complement online learning with face to face contact.

    Typically our online learners can complement their studies with an intensive series of face to face discussions and supervisions on the topics covered during the online course. If you are interested in blended learning opportunities, please let us know and we will contact you if and when such opportunities become available where you are. This option is open across the UK and abroad.

    Please contact us with 'blended learning' as the subject at: enquiries@psychoanalysis.org.uk

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