Who is this course for?
Both clinicians and students from a variety of disciplines such as philosophy, medicine, psychology, literature, wanting to expand their knowledge on Bion’s ideas and its applications. Particularly suited for overseas students. Also serves as a natural progression for those who completed our Introductory Lectures course.
This short course will give you an outline of Bion’s core ideas, their theoretical relevance and applications.
- Who was Wilfred Bion (14m44s)
- Bion’s early work with groups (18m59s)
- Bion’s work with patients in psychotic states (11m04s)
- The domain of K (19m19s)
- Bion’s later work (18m19s)
This course consists of recorded lectures, a transcript of the lectures, study questions, suggested reading and a glossary of terms. The study questions will help you to check your understanding and will not be assessed.
Students will have access to all of these materials at any time, for the duration of the course.
These features of the course allow students the freedom to follow the course at their own pace. (see 'Course Length' below for more information).
2 months (2 July - 2 Sept)
**Please note that all course content can be accessed at anytime for the duration of the course.**
There are no academic entry requirements, but you must have the technology necessary to enroll in our Moodle platform, which requires a strong broadband connection.
Without discussion groups: £85
Why study with us?
|Without discussion groups||£ 85.00|
Member only event