Are you interested in working with people who struggle with mental health issues and day-to-day challenges? Do you want to learn how to become a psychodynamic psychotherapist and learn new techniques that you can use in your work? If your answer to all the questions is “Yes”, you have come to the right place. The Foundation in Psychodynamic Psychotherapy course will guide you with the step-by-step approach in becoming a therapist or a coach who specialises in using a psychodynamic approach in your work. You will also learn about several defence mechanisms that people use in everyday life to block out their unwanted thoughts and memories, for example through denial, repression and projection. Designed by industry experts, the Foundation in Psychodynamic Psychotherapy course will help you know about psychodynamic techniques which were created by Sigmund Freud and were used as a part of their psychoanalysis therapy. You will learn how to provide an ethical and positive environment for your client, how to conduct an assessment session, how to write a consent and get permission from your client about their treatment, and how many sessions you need to provide to your clients and how often.