- A three year part time Diploma Course in the theory and practice of individual adult psychotherapy from a Psychology of the Self perspective
- A two year weekly Seminar Program covering the theory of psychoanalytic psychotherapy from a Self Psychology perspective, accredited for advanced psychotherapy training by the Royal Australian And New Zealand College of Psychiatrists
- Individual case supervision for long-term psychotherapy providers in the Self Psychology mode
- Professional Development for our Diploma Course graduates and other psychotherapists with training in the Psychology of the Self perspective
- A well stocked library is easily available at our training venue
- The opportunity for Clinical Membership registration with both the Melbourne College of Contemporary Psychotherapy and the Psychotherapy and Counselling Federation of Australia (PACFA), of which MCCP is a member association
The Melbourne College of Contemporary Psychotherapy is a member association of the Psychotherapy and Counselling Federation of Australia.
The primary purposes of the College are to provide training for established mental health professionals, and other counsellors, based on a broad Psychology of the Self mode of psychoanalytic psychotherapy, and to give critical consideration to the diversity of theory and practice in contemporary psychotherapy.
Our establishment in 1995 owes much to the influence of the New South Wales Branch of the Australian and New Zealand Association of Psychotherapists (ANZAP) which runs a similar program.
The clinical nature of our three year Diploma Course is ensured by allocation of over half the formal teaching time to clinical case supervision, and by having personal psychotherapy as a course requirement.