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Upcoming open days

Undergraduate Postgraduate
Colchester Campus
Saturday 21 June 2014 (booking now)
Southend Campus
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Welcome

We are an internationally-recognised leading centre in psychoanalytic studies, including Jungian/post-Jungian studies, organisational dynamics and refugee care.

Our students come from a variety of professional backgrounds, both clinical and academic, and are taught by senior clinicians and world-class scholars. Our Centre provides an outstanding, research-led education through our distinctive undergraduate and postgraduate courses, and our work on the role of the unconscious mind in mental health, culture and society is internationally-recognised.

Keep up to date with information about our upcoming conferences and short courses via our mailing list. To join email cpsadmin@essex.ac.uk.

Our strengths

  • 100% student satisfaction rate (NSS 2013)
  • Courses designed for both clinical and non-clinical students
  • Ranked top in the UK for research
  • Strong links with the local National Health Service, education and care services and professional institutions

Research excellence

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Our world-class research demonstrates how we foster creative and new ways of looking at the role of the unconscious mind in mental health, culture and society..

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Our Centre for Trauma, Asylum and Refugees examines the reality and experience of being an asylum seeker or refugee from a variety of perspectives.

News and events

Our news and events section contains the latest information about our research, publications and conferences, as well as the activities of our staff and students.