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Tavistock Relationships Video Training Guide
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This guide outlines the three new pathways that students can take to become a qualified couple or psychosexual therapist.
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Student Testimonial - MA in Couple & Individual Psychodynamic Counselling & Psychotherapy
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Find out what a former student thought of the MA in Couple & Individual Psychodynamic Counselling & Psychotherapy

Key Information

Date: September 2019

Course length: PgDip: 3 years, taught part-time.  MA: 3-4 years, taught part-time. The MA dissertation will be completed in the 4th year, along with the completion of any clinical requirements.

The PGDip is BACP accredited.

Advanced Standing minimum 2 years

Applications accepted from January 2019. Deadline: End of June.

Fees 2019-2020: Fees are in two parts:

Part 1: PgDip part of the course (Years 1-3) £5,500 per annum.

Part 2: MA module (Dissertation),  4th year: The Theory, Practice and Research of Couple and Individual Psychodynamic Counselling and Psychotherapy - £1,000 

Students are sometimes required to remain in training for a fourth year, in order to complete clinical requirements.

Fees for Yr 4 students are £683 per term

There is a £50 application fee and if candidates are shortlisted for interview there is a £70 fee. Both are non-refundable non-transferrable.

Venue: Tavistock Relationships, 70 Warren Street, London, W1T 5PB

Course code: CT2  

 

 

How to apply

Deadline for applications: Applications accepted from January 2019. Deadline: End of June.

Application form is here and below:

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Send application to: training@tavistockrelationships.ac.ukFor telephone enquiries call: 020 7380 8288

The application processes and costs are as follows (subject to annual change):

There is a £50 application fee and if candidates are shortlisted for interview there is a £70 fee. Both are non-refundable non-transferrable.

If shortlisted, you will be required to attend a selection interview. As part of the selection process, in addition to a personal interview, applicants may be asked to attend a group selection exercise, led by two group analysts.

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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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