This six-day supervision group is for psychotherapists and counsellors who want to refine their theoretical understanding and clinical application of the relational and developmental methods of Integrative Psychotherapy.
This supervision group will be based on members presentation of clinical cases from their own practice.
Emphasis will be placed on the clinical application of theoretical concepts, effective use of relational methods, intersubjective use of countertransference, client’s relational needs, treatment planning, and group discussion of the theory and methods of a Relationally-focused and Developmentally-based Integrative Psychotherapy.
For more information and to register please contact: Ruth Birkebaek
Telephone: Phone: +44 7792613154
About the speaker: Ruth Birkebaek started her career in Brazil in 1989 as a Plastic Surgeon. After graduating from medical school she became interested on the impact of the mind on the development of physical illness, and did trainings in Psychosomatic Medicine and Jung Therapy followed by a 4-year training in Transactional Analysis. In 2003 she moved to the UK and started a 4-year training in Integrative Psychotherapy with Richard Erskine. She now works full time as a psychotherapist in private practice in London. She’s a UKCP registered Psychotherapist, a Certified Transactional Analyst – Provisional Trainer & Supervisor (PTSTA), a Certified Integrative Psychotherapy Trainer & Supervisor (CIIPTS) by the IIPA (International Integrative Psychotherapy Association).