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Inter-cultural Psychodynamic Psychotherapy

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Inter-cultural Psychodynamic Psychotherapy

Two-Part Qualifying Course in Psychodynamic Psychotherapy

This training programme presents an opportunity for health service, statutory and voluntary sector workers to gain an intermediate training in psychodynamic psychotherapy. It is primarily aimed at professionals working in services with adults.  The programme is delivered at NSCAP in collaboration with Leeds Partnerships NHS Foundation Trust and The Tavistock and Portman NHS Foundation Trust.  Part 2 of the course is accredited by the British Psychoanalytic Council (BPC) and qualification leads to registration.

Foundation Course in Psychodynamic Psychotherapy (D58L)
Part One: Qualifying Course in Psychodynamic Psychotherapy

Please go to Foundation Course in Psychodynamic Psychotherapy (D58L) for details of the Part One of the Qualifying Course in Psychodynamic Psychotherapy. This course, or and equivalent, must be completed before applying for acceptance onto Part 2 of the programme.

Inter-cultural Psychodynamic Psychotherapy course (D59)
Part Two: Qualifying Course in Psychodynamic Psychotherapy  

The Inter-cultural Psychodynamic Psychotherapy course (D59) represents an innovative development in the teaching of psychoanalytic psychotherapy. The course offers a unique opportunity for students to develop their clinical psychoanalytic skills in the context of inter-cultural psychotherapy. It provides students with the essential skills necessary for working therapeutically with adults in the NHS in multicultural Britain.

Who is this course for?

This course is open to graduates from the Foundation Course in Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy (D58) at NSCAP or elsewhere. 

Students are drawn from a wide variety of backgrounds - they are usually practicing professionals in a clinical field or wishing to develop clinical therapeutic skills.

This course is of particular interest to those wishing to develop their clinical skills in the context of intercultural practice. 

Because of the course's fresh approach, it will also be of interest to those who have already qualified as BPC psychotherapists, but may wish to enhance their practice and attend for the purposes of CPD.

The course takes place weekly on a Wednesday in Leeds.

Application Process

Please note: the application process for academic year 2022-23 is now closed.  An information leaflet about the Inter-cultural Psychodynamic Psychotherapy (D59L) can be found to the right of this page. For more information about studies please contact Martin Gill.

Applications for the course (code: D59L) must be made online. Please click on the link below which will take you to the applications webpage for courses run by NSCAP with the Tavistock and Portman. You will need to register as a new applicant before completing the application.

Apply Online

Any Further enquiries can be directed to NSCAP on 0113 855 8750 or




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