Lecturer (Academic Teaching Staff)
The Metanoia Institute offers a range of taught psychotherapy and counselling programmes. The Institute wishes to appoint a number of academic tutors to teach across modalities and can contribute to teaching on their undergraduate and post-graduate programmes.
The people appointed must be professionally accredited psychotherapists and/or counsellors and be experienced tutors within their field. They will be expected to contribute to the delivery of high- quality educational experiences for all students and to have a thorough knowledge of theory, curriculum development, and quality assurance procedures. A record of conference presentations and publication or evidence of the potential to develop in this area is essential. These are part-time permanent appointments, and the Institute is looking for academics who wish to maintain client involvement in private practice while undertaking this role.
Vacancies exist for the following programmes:
BA in Person-Centred Counselling - This course aims to support students to develop as sophisticated Person Centred therapists familiar with issues and approaches used in a variety of settings where contemporary therapeutic work is evolving and able to relate these to the Person Centred approach.
MSc in Humanistic Psychotherapy and a BSc in Humanistic Counselling – An integration and thorough grounding in the theory and practice of the humanistic and integrative approaches of Person Centred, Gestalt, and Transactional Analysis theory. Both of these courses run one day a week (Monday for Psychotherapy and Tuesday for Counselling) for up to 25weeks a year (although the teaching commitment is likely to be up to 20 days a year).