Qualification as a systemic family psychotherapist is a four year process involving three discreet stages: a one year Introductory course, a one year Intermediate course, and a two year qualifying course.
Year one offers an introduction to systemic theory and practice. Year two deepens theory and focuses on the development of practice. These two years are of great benefit to those working in the public and voluntary sectors of health and social care. They are very popular with employers and enhance employability. In addition to our solid foundation training, we are unique in the country in having the only Child Focused Systemic Practice course which focuses specifically on the meaningful engagement of children in family work.
Years three and four develop the skills and knowledge of the practitioner that are required to practice as a UKCP registered family psychotherapist either in employment or private practice.
We also offer a post qualifying supervision course.
All our professional courses are accredited by the Association of Family Therapy. See the individual courses for more details.