The first level the training programme is one-year foundation course involves
- 150 and 50 hours of direct and indirect teaching respectively in the following fields:
- Basic Interviewing Skills
- 200 hours of placement in Mental Health settings
- 50 hours of Supervision
Satisfactory completion of the foundation course is a requirement for progression to the next level of training.
The second level of training is two-year advance course in Integrative Psychotherapy involves
- 250 and 150 hours of direct and indirect teaching respectively in the following fields:
- Adult Psychopathology Management
- Child and Adolescent Psychopathology Management
- Psychotherapy Research Methodology
- Ethics and Law in Psychotherapeutic Practise
- Classic Psychotherapy
- The Integrative Psychotherapy Movement
- Contemporary Models of Integrative Psychotherapy
- The common Factor Theories
- Complementary Therapies
- Multicultural Psychotherapy
- Models of Eclecticism
- 600 hours of placement in Clinical and Counselling Settings
- 150 hours of Supervision
- 100 hours of Personal Therapy
Satisfactory completion of the advance course is a requirement for progression to the third level of training, which is one-year time dissertation in the field of psychotherapy.
Why choose this course?
- It will help you to further your career and become an autonomous psychotherapy practitioner.
- It will allow you to become EAP (European Association for Psychotherapy) member.
- You'll integrate theory with practice during the course, so you'll develop both your skills and knowledge to enable you to continue your professional development.