Certificate in Clinical Supervision
Course starts in February 2013
This certificate is designed to provide the knowledge required for clinical supervision and serves as an initial qualification for supervisors.
The School of Psychotherapy and Counselling Psychology has an international reputation for academic excellence, which informs and underpins its successful training programmes. It is also influenced by the integrative ethos of the School which provides graduates with an academically and practically informed approach which is culturally sensitive to the diverse needs of its clients and supervisees.
The course will consist of a year’s course work, conducted over six weekends. Successful completion of the first weekend of study will award the student with 12 hours of Continuing Professional Development, whilst successful completion of all six weekends, along with the required essays, will result in the award of the Certificate in Clinical Supervision and 72 hours of CPD credits.
Leading specialists and authors in the field will offer a range of theoretical approaches and teach the practical skills, which inform an in-depth and integrated approach to the provision of ethical and professional clinical supervision.
- provides a balance in content between theory and practice including existing as well as emerging models of clinical supervision
- emphasises experiential practice and reflective learning in order to develop professionals as responsive supervisors
- contributes towards participant’s continuing professional development
This is a part-time, post-professional course taught over a period of one year (on weekends) for SPCP alumni, qualified psychotherapists, counsellors and counselling psychologists, and allied professions such as social workers and similar service providers seeking to gain clinical supervisory skills.
Note: Students wishing to take the first weekend of the programme by itself do not need to be qualifed therapists.
The course consists of 72 contact teaching hours and requires about 200 hours of independent study.
First weekend is February 2013, list of course dates here.
Tuition fee: £1795 plus application fee of: £50
For further information please contact Dr Mary Harris firstname.lastname@example.org or visit PsychSupervision.com to find our more about Dr Harris' work
To book a place contact Astero Kangaris on +44 (0) 20 7487 7584 or email email@example.com
School of Psychotherapy & Counselling Psychology
Regent's College London
Inner Circle, Regents