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CONTACT

 

For course bookings and administrative queries:

Contact: Holly Cassidy
Course Administrator
admin@manorhousecentre.org.uk

Tel No: 020 8371 0180

 

For all other queries:

Contact: Alex Moss
Manager
manager@manorhousecentre.org.uk

Tel No: 020 8371 0180

 

The Manor House Centre for Psychotherapy and Counselling
80 East End Road,
Finchley, London, N3 2SY

 

Registered Charity

No. 1131804

 



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Course Directors:

Judith Dell M.A, BACP, UKCP
Tina Simmonds M.A, UKCP

 

Patrons:

Lord Stanley Clinton-Davis
Professor Howard Jacobs

 

Registered Charity

No. 1131804

 


DIPLOMA



Established in
1985, located in
North London UK,
the MHCPC
Counselling
Training Centre
offers innovative
and comprehensive
Training Courses
and a Counselling Service.




Students:

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Diploma in Psychodynamic Counselling and Therapy in the Community

Accredited by the BACP

 

2017/18

Module Day & Time Term Dates Reading Weeks
Access Course

6.30pm - 9.30pm

AND

Fridays
9.00 am - 3.00 pm

2017
5th Oct – 3rd Nov
16th Nov – 15th Dec

2018
11th Jan – 9th Feb
22nd Feb – 23rd Mar
19th April – 23rd May
31st May - June 29th

*Please note that due to site closures, the seminars due to take place on Thursday 5th and Thursday 12th October will take place instead on Tuesday 3rd and Tuesday 10th October.

2017

9th – 10th Nov


2018

15th – 16th Feb
24th – 25th May

Modules
Two & Three

7.00pm – 9.30pm

AND

Fridays
9.00am - 3.00pm

2017
5th Oct – 3rd Nov
16th Nov – 15th Dec

2018
11th Jan – 9th Feb
22nd Feb – 23rd Mar
19th April – 23rd May
31st May - 29th June

*Please note that due to site closures, the seminars due to take place on Thursday 5th and Thursday 12th October will take place instead on Tuesday 3rd and Tuesday 10th October.

2017

9th – 10th Nov


2018

15th – 16th Feb
24th – 25th May


BACP Accredited courseThe Diploma in Psychodynamic Counselling and Therapy in the Community is of interest to those who wish to practice as a counsellor. Graduates of the Diploma Course will be equipped with the clinical experience and theoretical knowledge to work in agencies in the private, public and voluntary sector and in private practice.


The Diploma Course is comprised of three modules each taking a year to complete. Module One is an Access Course which is an essential entry year to Modules Two and Three. Students have a choice to leave at the end of the Access Year or, if deemed ready to commence clinical work, can proceed on to Modules Two and Three. No clinical practice is undertaken by students in the Access Course (Module One).

Module One (The Access Course)

The year is comprised of three terms of ten weeks and maximum attendance is required. Personal therapy, seminar preparation and reading are additional to the core curriculum. Students are encouraged to focus on their own process in order to increase their understanding and awareness.

The Access Course is comprised of 225 contact hours which includes theory, skills, training, practice, supervision and personal development. Personal therapy is a requirement.

Students who successfully complete the Access Course will be awarded a Certificate in Psychodynamic Counselling Skills. The Certificate is awarded in recognition of proficiency to use psychodynamic counselling skills. However, it may not be considered or used as a licence to practice as a counsellor.

Modules Two and Three are comprised of 210 contact hours each which includes theory, skills, training, practice, supervision and personal development in addition to clinical work, seminar preparation and reading. (The complete Diploma Course, which includes Module One, the Access Year is comprised of 645 contact hours in total).

Modules One, Two and Three run concurrently on a Thursday evening and all day Friday, each module with a separate Seminar. Students from all three modules join together for skills practice, supervision and end of day experiential groups. Supervision of clinical work is in small groups and with guidance from their supervisor. All students have aditional individual tutorials with a personal tutor.

Please contact Alex Moss - Manager, Tel: 020 8371 0180 for more information about the Course. Next intervie: Monday 3rd July @ 7pm.


For Course content of all modules see the Course Prospectus. Order or download from the MHCPC, contact details above.

How to Apply


 

 

 

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