Date: January 2020
Course length: 2 year
Venue: Tavistock Relationships, Hallam House, 56-60 Hallam Street, London W1W 6JL
Course code: T3
The January 2020 course has started, for enquiries about the next intake contact Training@TavistockRelationships.ac.uk
"Loving the course; it’s the right balance for me in terms of content, delivery methods and work involved between weekends including reading"
This course is designed to provide knowledge, skills and opportunities for clinical practice in the area of psychosexual therapy. It qualifies graduates to practice as psychosexual therapists in statutory and voluntary sectors as well as in private practice.
- 2-year course leading to qualification as a Psychosexual Therapist
- Open to qualified therapists and counsellors of any discipline
- Weekend teaching modules
- This course has been approved by the COSRT Professional Standards Board Assessor to use the title “Course Approval Pending"
Clinical Hours and Case Requirements
In order to complete the Diploma and conform to COSRT requirements, trainees must complete 200 hours of face-to-face psychosexual therapy with clients. Trainees must work with a minimum of ten psychosexual cases of which at least five should be couples. Trainees may achieve these hours on placement, in their organisation, in their private practice or in a combination of these.
We encourage those in private practice to seek a placement in an NHS psychosexual clinic, for at least some of the required hours, because of the experience and support this gives.
Trainees may charge their psychosexual training clients but must inform clients that they are in training. Private work must be supervised by a Tavistock Relationships-approved psychosexual supervisor.
NB In accordance with COSRT guidelines, trainees with less than 200 hours’ prior experience of face-to-face clinical work are not permitted to see training clients in their private practice. They must seek a suitable placement.