Our programme draws on a format and structure that is similar to Psychosynthesis trainings around the world and draws from our particular cultural, social and professional context. It provides a roadmap for psychospiritual development and practice. Whilst simultaneously deeply reflective and inner-directed, we work in groups and build community reflective of our nature as social beings.
Over the course of five years of part time study, the clinical teaching programme sets the vital framework to enable trainees to develop new frames through which to engage with their own existence, greater confidence and flexibility in their own capacity for learning, creativity and insight, and a deeper access to personal, social, cultural and ecological resilience.
As of November 2018, PBANZ accepted the Psychosynthesis South Pacific Trust’s (PSP) proposal for a Diploma in Psychosynthesis Psychotherapy under their grandparenting provision, however the PBANZ grandparenting provision ends as of 31 December 2024. During 2024, PSP intends to apply for and fulfil the criteria to become an accredited training provider with PBANZ. Students enrolled with PSP prior to 31 December 2024 who graduate will be granted registration under the grandparenting provision. Prospective students wanting to begin the programme in 2025 will be informed that pending PSP accreditation as a training provider, they will be able to be granted registration on graduation from our psychotherapy programme.
Practitioners and Supervisors
Trainees enrolled in the Certificate of Psychosynthesis Integration Year onward are expected to work with a Psychosynthesis Practitioner to deepen their understanding and process. Those in Professional Practice training will also require a Clinical Supervisor.
Contact information for Practitioners and Clinical Supervisors will be available for trainees at the commencement of training.
The professional association for Psychosynthesis practitioners (PAnzA) also offers a list of practitioners who are available. Guidance will be available from course facilitators if required.
“For the purpose of pastoral care and trainee well-being, information regarding trainee’s needs and experience may be shared from time to time between facilitators and trainees practitioners/supervisors.”