Psychoanalytic Counselor Course

ICP|The Institute for Clinical Psychoanalysis

Psychoanalytic Counselor Course : : PC


 

Course
Information
It is the first step of psychoanalysis training, composed of about two years of training, including self-analysis by individual and group, theoretics, and individual and group clinical practicum. The training period is adjusted according to individual training needs and situations. The training course is finished once all training requirements are met and PC case presentation is passed.
Objectives Cultivation of psychological counseling ability through psychoanalytic knowledge acquisition of psychoanalytic views on minds and psychoanalytic techniques to promote change and development
Who should
take this class?
Anyone who are in the field of psychotherapy and counseling, social work, art therapy, play therapy, and ministry, and anyone who wants to deepen their clinical and care skills through psychoanalysis
Anyone interested in psychoanalytic counseling, experience, or theory
Eligibility No restrictions
Requirements Theoretics – 36 credits / Individual Educational Analysis – 100 sessions / Group Educational Analysis – 30 sessions / Control Case Individual Clinical Supervision – 30 sessions /
Non-control Case Individual Clinical Supervision – No limit in number of sessions. If there is a clinical case other than the control case,
individual clinical supervision must be conducted at least once for each case.
Group Clinical Supervision (TSS) – 2 semesters per year / Supervised Clinical Case Hours – 150 sessions
Pass exam for PC Case Presentation

 

 

Children and Adolescents Psychoanalytic Counselor

Children and Adolescents Psychoanalytic Counselor Course


 

Course
Information
In addition to the PC course, this course is designed to improve clinical capability for children and adolescents counseling.
It requires the fulfillment of PC training requirements and the additional requirements below.
Objectives Cultivation of psychological counseling ability through psychoanalytic understanding of children and adolescents
Acquisition of psychoanalytic views on minds of children and adolescents, psychoanalytic techniques to promote change and development
Who should
take this class?
Anyone in the field of psychological care and
therapy, including social work, cognition/behavior, art therapy, play therapy, and ministry, that wants to deepen their clinical care ability for children and adolescents Anyone interested in psychoanalytic counseling, experience, and theory for children and adolescents
Eligibility No restrictions
Requirements Theoretics – Essential required classes 12 credits/ Control case individual clinical supervision forf children and adolescents 30 sessions

 

 

Psychoanalytic Psychotherapist Course : : PP


 

Course
Information
It is the intermediate step of psychoanalysis training, composed of about two years of training, including self-analysis by individual and group,
theoretics class, individual and group clinical practicum,
and PC course.
The training period is adjusted according to individual training needs and situations.
The training course is finished
once all training requirements are met and PC case presentation is passed.
Objectives Acquiring therapeutic abilities to treat various pathologies,
from neuroses to psychosis, using psychoanalysis to become specialists in clinical psychoanalysis.
Develop balanced clinical psychoanalysts with self-analysis, theory, and sufficient clinical experience.
Who should
take this class?
Those who want to improve their ability to treat a spectrum of psychopathologies ,
such as depression, anxiety, somatization, obsession, personality disorder, addiction, and bipolar disorder.
Those who wish to acquire qualifications as a psychoanalyst.
Eligibility Completion of master’s degree and PC course
Requirements Theoretics – 72 credits/ Individual Educational Analysis – 300 sessions/ Group Educational Analysis – 70 sessions/
Control Case Individual Clinical Supervision – 80 sessions/Non-Control Case Individual Clinical Supervision – 50 sessions
Group Clinical Supervision (TSS) – 2 semesters per year/Supervised Clinical Cases – 750 sessions
Pass PP case presentation

 

 

Psychoanalyst Course : : PA


 

Course
Information
As a final step of psychoanalysis training, an additional 2-year training
on top of the PP course is offered, which includes self-analysis by individual and group,
theoretics, and individual and group clinical supervision.
The period of training is adjusted depending on the student’s situation and desire for training.
Once all requirements are met and PA case presentation is passed,
the student finishes the entire course by submitting a single case study research paper
and passing the examination.
Objectives An analyst understands not only clients, but also the self through the deep understanding and digestion of their consciousness or unconsciousness.
Become a clinical psychoanalyst who can use their own mind and personality as an analytical tool.
Eligibility Completion of master’s degree and PP course at ICP
Requirements Theoretics – 108 credits/ Individual Educational Analysis – 700 sessions (only counted when done 3 times per week for 5 years)/
Group Educational Analysis – 110 sessions/Control Case Individual Clinical Supervision – 280 sessions/Non-Control Case Individual Clinical Supervision – 120 sessions
CCIS(Cross-Cultural International Supervision) Program Clinical Supervision 50 sessions/
Group Clinical Supervision (TSS) – 2 semesters per year/Supervised Clinical Cases – 1,500 sessions
Pass PA case presentation
Pass single case study research

 

 

Required and elective courses for each discipline


 

Training Courses Required Courses Elective Courses Total Requirements for Graduation
PC 10 classes by field as follows:
Development: M1001/M1002
History: at least 3 credits from H1001 and H1002,
at least 3 credits from H1003~1007
Theory: T1001,T1002, and T1003
Clinical: at least 2 classes from C1001, C1007~C1018
2 subjects 12 subjects
36 credits
Children
Adolescents
PC
4 subjects as follows:
M1003/ H1004/ E1002/ E1003
4 subjects
12 credits
PP 20 classes by field as follows:
Development: PC required classes(2) + 1 class
HIstory: PC required classes(2) + at least 3 classes
Theory: PC required classes(3) + T1004, T1005, T1006
Clinic: PC required classes(3) + C1002, C1003 and
One or more of the other classes in the C field
PC elective subjects(2)
+ 2 subjects
= total 4 subjects
24 subjects
72 credits
PA 30 classes by field as follows:
Development: PP required classes(3) + 1 class
HIstory: PP required classes(5) + 2 classes
Theory: PP required classes(6) + 2 classes
Clinic: PP required classes(6) + C1005, C1006
Dissertation: R1001/R1002
PC elective subjects(4)
+ 2 subjects
= total 6 subjects
36 subjects
108 credits

 

 

* Students can take required classes without any eligibility criteria since those are required to complete the training. Therefore, students can take required classes of the PA course during the PC course, which will be counted towards the graduation of the PA course. However, we recommend taking appropriate classes offered at each level for better learning, if possible. Please choose the classes based on the frequency and training level.

 

* Completed training classes are applied towards the accumulation of PC, PP, and PA training courses. For detailed information, please inquire DEAN at analyst.jh@gmail.com or refer to “ICP Class Guide” of “ICP Curriculum” and “Announcement” under “ICP Introduction>Institution Information” on the website. Thank you.

 

 

“Come with a humble mind.
The theories and techniques of psychoanalysis will guide you.
But where it does not reach,
only your authenticity and patience will lead to healing.”
 
Benedict Sungho Kim