About the Course
- Available Study Modes
- Intensive Study
This short course is the second part of the supervision training and aims to enable students to reflect on and further develop their skills in supervising other counselling psychologists, psychotherapists and counsellors. Students will be required to have successfully completed their doctoral programme at NSPC [link to NSPC website] (or taken the Part 1 Existential Supervision Training offered through the EA) and have had one-year post-qualifying clinical experience which includes some supervisory experience.
This course, alongside successful completion of Part I Existential Supervision Training has been accredited by the BPS and fulfils the criteria for successful graduates to join RAPPS, the Register of Applied Psychology, Practice Supervisors.
The course has been designed to develop the skills needed to become a supervisor and provide a space for students to reflect on theory and their practice.
Programme of Study
Where and When?
This course will take place over two days: 20th & 21st February 2023 and will be online.
How to Apply
Email our admissions officer, Alessio Compagnino: firstname.lastname@example.org