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MSc - Master of Science
A 5 year part-time training leading to a Diploma and MSc degree in Gestalt Psychotherapy, which will provide you with automatic registration with UKCP and a qualification to practice as a psychotherapist.
The Gestalt programme provides a thorough theoretical base to Contemporary Gestalt therapy alongside a scrupulous process of experiential and clinical training. Whilst the professional development of competent practitioners is the focus of the training, creativity, experimentation and enjoyment are also important.
The programme is based on a balance between theory, experience and practice. Students are encouraged to share responsibility for their growth, learning and some of the design of their own training. The teaching seeks to model:
The overall aim of the programme is to support students to become competent, reflexive Gestalt practitioners who can take a research approach, have an ability to integrate theory and practice and can work effectively in a variety of settings.
Aims of the Course
All of our training programmes emphasise attention to individual learning needs, the development and maintenance of high standards of practice based on well-established theoretical models, and the importance of an ethical framework.
We see the aims of our training programme as follows:
Gestalt Psychotherapy - MSc YR1 (YR3) £6,600. Gestalt Psychotherapy - MSc YR2 (YR4): £6,600. Gestalt Psychotherapy - MSc YR3 (YR5) : £2,860.
To be confirmed
Psychotherapy is a post-graduate profession and applicants require either: A degree in psychology or a related discipline (such as sociology, education, theology, philosophy, etc.); a non-relevant degree (such as accounting, art, etc.) with appropriate training or experience; a qualification in the helping professions (such as psychiatric nursing, nursing, probation, social work, teaching, etc.); a counselling diploma or equivalent qualification; and/or, relevant work and/or life experience. (Students seeking such an exception will need to use the APEL (Accreditation of Prior Experiential Learning) process to establish equivalence once they have been assessed for suitability for psychotherapy training.)