If you are interested in training to become a relationship counsellor or psychotherapist, then your journey starts here. Couple relationships matter, here's why its a great field to work in:

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Introduction to couple counselling & psychotherapy: Interview with course tutors
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Introduction to Couple Counselling & Psychotherapy video guide
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Introduction to Couple Counselling & Psychotherapy - Student Testimonial
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Watch an interview with past students.
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Can you Identify the challenges this couple face?
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Can you identify the challenges this couple face?

Key Information

Location: Central London, Admissions in January (Evening Study) and April (Daytime). 

Course dates: Next course starts April 2019.

Course code: PC1A

Fees: January: £1200 paid in full or £1250 if paid in two instalments. April:£980.

Application deadline: INTAKE FOR APRIL COURSE IS FULL - NO LONGER ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS FOR APRIL COURSE.
For January 2020 course enquiries email training@TavistockRelationships.ac.uk

How to apply

There is an application fee of £50 (non-refundable) for applicants.

Course Application

Download course application form here:

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We request that all applications are completed in an electronic word processing document. Please DO NOT handwrite your submission.

We prefer applications to be sent via email to training@tavistockrelationships.ac.uk

Or applications can be sent to:

Course Admissions
Tavistock Relationships
70 Warren Street
London W1T 5PB

Deadline for applications: 

INTAKE FOR APRIL COURSE IS FULL - NO LONGER ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS FOR APRIL COURSE

January 2020 Course:Taking enquiries at training@TavistockRelationships.ac.uk

*Course Fee is subject to change without notice.

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TRAIN TO BE A COUPLE THERAPIST 

Higher demand for couple therapy combined with a lack of trained therapists means many people in the UK are not getting the support they need. That's why we are looking for people who want to train and work as couple therapists.

A study by Relate found nearly one-in-five (18%) of the population (2.87 million) are in relationships which could be characterised as ‘distressed’.  Yet the coverage of specialist relationship help (trained couple counsellors or psychotherapists) shows that there is only one therapist available for every 21,500 people living in the UK. So what is the answer? For one, we need more certified professionals.

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