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IDeT
Institut de Développement du Thérapeute — Post-training

At the core of the intervention with Vincent Beja and Florence Belasco

How to support the development of therapists for whom, particularly in humanistic therapies, the main tool is their own person?

Our advanced psychotherapy training modules

The training modules we offer enhance and deepen the experience of the participating therapists. For each of these modules, we provide an experiential and supportive methodology for exploring the theme as well as elements for reflection from psychotherapy research.
These modules are as follows:

  • What cures in psychotherapy?
  • The impact I have as a therapist
  • The therapeutic alliance
  • A compass for practice: The Secret Longing

All of these modules can be made in your country/institute and programmed on demand. CONTACT US...

Our objective is to respond to what seemed to us to be emerging, particularly among young therapists who have just graduated (but also among the most experienced therapists looking for more in-depth knowledge) from the questions arising from their own practice, namely the need to better understand their role in the dynamics of therapeutic change.

In this way, we offer them the opportunity to familiarize themselves with the specific elements related to the handling of the relationship as a lever for change. The phenomenology of this type of intervention - which aims to encourage the deployment of the patient experience - is indeed marked by a number of steps. In particular, we offer guidance to therapists so that, by listening deeply to their own resonance in a situation, they can renew their inner disposition.

Based on numerous research works in psychotherapy, IDeT considers the therapist and the therapeutic relationship as the essential elements of the clinic and structures its training around three axes:

  • The anchoring, presence and impact of the therapist’s person
  • Theoretical benchmarks for thinking about the situation and therapeutic processes
  • The fundamental problems of clinical practice

Parallel to the acquisition of new knowledge, it is essential to engage and support the therapist in a movement of deepening his or her own sensitivity.


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