Welcome to ISAP
Online Training, Therapy and Psychoanalysis
Code and Ethics
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ISAP Code and Ethics
This program presents a distinctive opportunity to delve into the intricacies of the human mind and enhance one's life through a comprehensive training regimen. The inaugural year, comprising 19 intellectually stimulating audio lectures, is meticulously crafted to establish a robust groundwork in the fundamental tenets of psychoanalysis. It welcomes individuals seeking a profound self-awareness, improved interpersonal communication skills, and the capacity to effect positive transformations in their lives.
Noteworthy is the recent adaptation of ISAP's entire training curriculum to an online format, rendering it accessible to all, devoid of specific prerequisites. This platform facilitates the initiation of a transformative journey, leading individuals towards liberation from unconscious, constraining behaviors. More than a mere theoretical acquisition, this training program embodies a holistic process of personal development, underscored by personalized feedback and direct communication with the instructor.
Subsequent stages of the program focus intensively on psychoanalytical practice, equipping graduates with the qualifications to practice as psychoanalysts, contingent upon compliance with respective national regulations. Additionally, the curriculum encompasses training in Ericksonian hypnosis and eye movement therapies similar to EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing).
Upon successful completion of the initial year of training, participants can progress to advanced levels, culminating in the attainment of the status of therapist. This trajectory entails requisite personal introspection and dedicated reading, culminating in the conferment of a Diploma as a Therapist and/or Psychoanalyst.