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MSc in Humanistic Psychotherapy

This workshop will take place over the course of two full days, 9.30am – 5.00pm, and will be led by a programme leader of the Humanistic Counselling and Psychotherapy courses.

The workshop itself provides an introduction to the main theories covered on the course - Gestalt, Person Centred and Transactional Analysis - and gives you the opportunity to explore the personal and professional qualities and issues involved in becoming a counsellor and/or psychotherapist. As part of the course you will also explore the difference between counselling and psychotherapy, and how to choose which one might suit you better.

 

The workshop will comprise a mix of theoretical input and experiential exercises which are designed to give you an overview of both the Humanistic Counselling and Humanistic Psychotherapy programmes, as well as what it would be like to train at Metanoia. During the workshop and subsequent interview applicants will be considered drawing on the criteria here.

This workshop is open for anyone to attend. Should you intend to apply for a place on the course, you are welcome to submit your application before or after the workshop itself. A fully completed application, together with successful attendance at the workshop, is required before the interview stage.

Forthcoming workshops will be held on:

 

Mon 18th – Tue 19th March
Wed 8th – Thu 9th May 
Mon 29th -  Tue 30th July

 

If you would like more information, or wish to book on to the workshop, please email Sadia Miah or call her directly on 0208 832 3087.

Please note that you will need to apply for this workshop online.