Supervision in Counselling, Psychotherapy and Helping Relationships
School - School of Health and Society
Subject area - Counselling and Psychotherapy
Start Date(s): September
one year part-time, September start
Part-time - £2,520
- Enhance your employment and earning prospects as a supervisor within a range of helping professions
- Promote the efficacy of your professional field
- Benefit from up-to-date thinking from experts in supervision theory, practice and research
- A part-time only course
- International students can apply
Please Note: Only fully qualified, professionals who are members of a recognised professional body and who have been in practice for at least a year can apply for this course.
This course is an in-depth clinical supervision training. The skills-based focus of the course will enable you to train as a clinical supervisor; applying what you learn in complex professional contexts.
The course further develops your critical understanding of the theoretical knowledge which underpins supervision and enhances your ability to critically appraise the associated research and clinical evidence.
The course comprises a 60 credit clinical supervision training module, 'Supervision in Counselling, Psychotherapy and Helping Relationships'. You will study over two semesters of ten weeks each.
This module can also be taken as part of the MSc Advanced Counselling and Psychotherapy Studies (Supervision)
Assessment is based on a methodology and philosophy of supervision essay, as well as a live skills assessment and a final thirty minute transcribed recording accompanied by a process commentary and practice evaluation embedded in a portfolio evidencing practice hours, knowledge and reflectivity.