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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.

Key Information

Date: September 2019
Course length: Full training 4 years, Advanced Standing minimum of 2 years
Fee 2019-20: £4590 per year (fees may change for the new academic year). Applications accepted from January 2019. Deadline: Late applications will be considered.
Qualification: Professional qualification and clinical training

Venue: Tavistock Relationships, 56-60 Hallam Street, London, W1W 6JL
Course code: CT1

Access:

At present there is no lift access to our 4th floor training room.

Our trainings take place on upper floors, from Spring 2020 they will be accessible by lifts with the following specification: Type 1 provides only limited accessibility for persons using a manual wheelchair as described in EN 12183:2014 or an electrically powered wheelchair of class A described in EN 12184:2014. This car accommodates one wheelchair user without an accompanying person.

 

 

How to apply

Deadline for applications: Applications accepted from January 2019. Deadline: 31st May 2019

The application form is here and below:

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

To find out about applying for the next academic year (starts September 2019), contact us today; 020 7380 8288 training@tavistockrelationships.ac.uk.

Or you can sign up for one of our Open Evenings, located on or events page here.

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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