Welcome to the On-demand webinar event with A/Prof Neil Jeyasingam – Unlocking the Power of Psychodynamic Psychotherapy – Insights and Principles in Clinical Practice.
Whether you’re a seasoned therapist looking to expand your skillset or a newcomer to the world of psychotherapy, this webinar event will help you learn how to set up a Psychodynamic Psychotherapy practice and gain the essential knowledge and strategies needed to kickstart your successful practice.
Join A/Prof Neil Jeyasingam, a psychotherapy expert and Dr Sanil Rege for an engaging webinar event as they delve into the intriguing world of psychodynamic psychotherapy. In this course, A/Prof Jeyasingam will guide you through the key principles and techniques of psychodynamic psychotherapy, equipping you with the knowledge to implement it effectively in your own practice. Attendees will gain a comprehensive understanding of this therapeutic approach and discover how it differs from traditional psychotherapy.
Topics covered in the course are:
- What is Psychodynamic Psychotherapy?
- Why do we still study Psychotherapy?
- What/Who is the Third Observer?
- Which patients are good candidates for Psychodynamic Psychotherapy?
- What steps do I need to take to implement Psychodynamic Psychotherapy in my practice?
- What are the risks of providing Psychodynamic Psychotherapy?
- How to go about getting supervision?
Speaker profile – A/Prof Neil Jeyasingam
Clinical Associate Professor Jeyasingam is a psychiatrist, psychotherapist, and psychodynamic psychotherapy supervisor. A former research scholar of the Institute of Psychiatry (Sydney) and Institute of Psychiatry (UK), he obtained his medical degree and psychiatry training in Sydney, then proceeded to have advanced training at the Maudsley in London. He holds a double masters in Psychiatry and Business (Health Administration), and has over forty publications, including a textbook chapter in “Psychodynamic Approaches to the Experience of Dementia”. In public practice, he is the clinical director for mental health services in a major regional centre, wherein he established Australia’s first publicly funded multimodal psychotherapy service. He is one of the founding members of the Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Psychiatry’s Faculty of Psychotherapy and is a college case examiner. He thinks psychotherapy is the most powerful – and dangerous – intervention available in clinical practice.
Dr Sanil Rege is a highly qualified consultant psychiatrist and academic, with dual qualifications from the UK and Australia. He is a Fellow of the Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Psychiatrists and a Member of the Royal College of Psychiatrists (UK).Get Started