Associate Professor & Director of the 'Studies in Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy' programmes Portfolio
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Richard Mizen has worked as a psychotherapist for forty years and qualified as an analyst over thirty years ago. He trained with the Society of Analytical Psychology where he is a training analyst. He has worked for for the last eighteen years at the University of Exeter and is an Associate Professor and Director of the Studies in Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy portfolio of programmes, part of the Psychology School, in the Faculty of Health and Life Sciences. He has designed and led several programmes including the Doctor of Clinical Practice (Research), a training programme to enable clinicians to become researchers and the Doctor of Psychodynamic and Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy Clinical Practice programme that provides British Psychoanalytic Council accredited clinical trainings to become either a Psychodynamic Psychotherapist or a Pychoanalytic Psychotherapist.
These programmes are designed and delivered in way that allows access to clinical and research training from across the UK and Internationally. He has published widely and works as a consultant and clinical supervisor to both trainee and qualified analysts and psychotherapists. He also consults to organisations. He supervises post-graduate research at doctoral and masters level and has acted as an External Examiner to both academic and clinical prorogrammes across the UK.
I have worked for over forty years in health and social services in the fields of adult mental health, forensic mental health and child protection and spent over thirty years working as a psychoanalytic psychotherapist/analyst in various settings.
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- PYCD013 - Psychoanalytic Theory II
- PYCD015 - Dissertation
- PYCM114 - Psychoanalytic Theory I
- PYCM116 - Psychological Therapies Small-Scale Research Project and Viva