TAPP Related Courses & Events

Time-limited Adolescent Psychodynamic Psychotherapy (TAPP) Introductory Training (TAPP1)

Online:

This course will take place on Friday 16th and Saturday 17th September 2022, using a flexible online approach. Please use the contact form/email to indicate your interest and ask questions

Facilitator: Professor Stephen Briggs

Description: The course aims to provide a CPD training to enable practitioners to develop an understanding of the therapeutic approach of TAPP, and to apply the elements of TAPP to their existing skills and knowledge so that they can be used in their own work settings.  

The course forms the first module of the accredited TAPP practitioner training.   

The course consists of 2 full days or equivalent (7.5 hours each day).

Introduction to TAPP; rationale, structure, method; the adolescent developmental process; the assessment and engagement phase; treatment phase; reviewing; identifying and working with a developmental focus; the ending process.  

The course includes didactic input and application of this through practical scenarios. A particular strength of the course is the emphasis on clinical material. It is fully interactive.

Host organisation: Stephen Briggs Consulting

Teaching medium: Online via Zoom

Language: English  

Who is able to participate: All health care professionals, including Psychiatrists, psychologists, psychotherapists and other professions who have experience in working with young people (adolescents and young adults) or relevant post graduate clinical training or experience.

Enquiries to:  Stephen Briggs stephenbriggs04@gmail.com 

Time-limited Adolescent Psychodynamic Psychotherapy (TAPP) Practitioner Training (BPC accredited)

The next full practitioner training course (BPC accredited) will commence on September 16th 2022. The course will consist of all 3 modules: TAPP1 (introduction); TAPP2 (supervised practice) and TAPP3 (theory and practice seminars). To apply, please complete the application form.

Please use the contact form/email to indicate your interest and ask questions.