This course provides an intermediate pre'professional training, and includes taught, clinical, experiential and self'directed components; upon completion students will be able to go on to the final stage of training that leads to eligibility for UKCP membership as an integrative or existential psychotherapist.
Modules include: clinical placement; contemporary theory and practice in existential psychotherapy; contemporary theory and practice in integrative psychotherapy; contemporary theory and practice in psychoanalytic psychotherapy; existential'phenomenological approaches; humanistic and integrative approaches; psychoanalytic approaches; research methods in psychotherapy.
Course Additional Entry
Bachelor's degree in any discipline as well as a Certificate in psychotherapy and counselling of a minimum of 120 hours; at least 6 months' professional experience in an allied area (such as nursing, social work, teaching, human resources or mediation) or in a voluntary capacity seeing individuals in a helping or supportive context (such as befriending, mentoring or telephone helpline counselling); applicants without an undergraduate degree are required to have at least 2 years' experience of working professionally in an allied area or in a voluntary capacity; experience of personal therapy is desirable, but not required; applicants will be expected to attend an interview before an unconditional offer can be made; fluency in English is also required.
|Duration & Attendance||Qualification||Tuition fees|
2 - 5 years
|MA (Postgraduate)||£6,650 Academic year. First year overseas fees|
2 - 5 years
|MA (Postgraduate)||£6,650 Academic year. First year home fees|