One semester. Delivered over six days of six hours duration (36 hours contact).
Postgraduate, Professional Development
This postgraduate course offers training in the skills and theoretical awareness that are necessary to be an effective supervisor of counsellors and psychotherapists.
The course is structured to provide the opportunity to critically evaluate and apply current models in the theory and practice of counselling supervision. You will develop the appropriate skills to become a more effective and informed counselling supervisor and will be able to reflect on current issues that relate to counselling supervision practice.
The course is delivered over six days of six hours duration (36 hours contact). The teaching is based on lecture, discussion, tutorials and small group discussions. It will also involve experiential work with dyadic/triadic group work and visual digital recording. Students will have formative assessment feedback from the course tutors during ‘live’ supervision sessions from within the student cohort.
A professional qualification in counselling or psychotherapy, and three years’ post-qualifying experience in counselling or psychotherapy.
The content of the course encompasses the following:
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On successful completion of this course, a student will be able to:
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Tuition Fees are per year unless otherwise stated and may be subject to increase annually in line with UK Retail Price Index inflation rate
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This course offers a progression route onto the following course: MSc Counselling and Psychotherapy
Students will be able to use this training towards becoming an accredited supervisor of counselling and psychotherapy.