Postgraduate Program in Psychotherapy Supervision The DSAP Certificate and Diploma in Supervision Friday November 25 — Sunday November 27, 2016

The C.G. Jung Institute in Copenhagen and the Danish Society for Analytical

Psychology (DSAP) invite to an Introduction to the psychology of supervision;

a psychodynamic approach informed by Jungian theory and practice

This 2 1/2 days course from Friday, Nov. 25 at 10:00 am to Sunday, Nov. 27 at 14:00 pm will combine the theory and practice of clinical supervision. The introductory course will be informed by a psychodynamic approach including theorectial and clinical aspects of analytical psychology. The clinical component of the course will be organized around small groups with supervision of psychotherapy supervision cases. Participants are encouraged to bring examples of their own supervisory cases to the course. Each group will be led by one of the lecturers/organizers.

We welcome participants who are trained as psychotherapists and/or Jungian psychoanalysts and have worked in clinical practice for at least two to three years since graduation. We welcome also those therapists and analysts who have begun to supervise and would like to learn more.

We are pleased to invite:

Qualified Jungian psychoanalysts from the Scandinavian and Baltic region but also from other parts of the world. Qualified experienced psychotherapists/psychoanalysts working in private practice, in the public sector and/or in other work settings. We welcome applicants who are already supervising as well as those who are thinking about becoming supervisors and are keen to learn about the theory and practice of super vision.

Seminar-leaders: Jungian Psychoanalysts: Jan Wiener, Gunilla Midboe, Misser Berg

Please see the Programme and other more detailed information on or click on the link below and the program will open directly 


Practical Information:

The Supervision Course takes place in Hvidehus, Valbygaardsvej 64A, 2500 Valby. Members of DSAP and IAAP can participate in the Supervision Course for a Member Fee. Members of IAAP from Developing Groups in Central and Eastern Europe can attend for a special fee.

Fee incl. lunch, coffee and fruit/cake each day, in all:

Members: DKK 3.500 (EUR 470)

Guests: DKK 4.000 (EUR 535)

IAAP members from Central and Eastern Europe: DKK 1.500 (EUR 200)

Registration must be before October 15, 2016.

Seats are limited. In case of overbooking message will be sent and payment returned to the persons concerned. For further information contact