Supervision training courses

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Counsellors and trainees
Various Fees, see Minster Centre website for more information
The Minster Centre, 20, Lonsdale Road, Queen's Park, London, NW6 6RD

Are you looking for an opportunity to train as a counselling and psychotherapy supervisor? The Minster Centre is currently recruiting for courses starting in January 2016. We now offer two supervision training routes both of which more than meet the current BACP and UKCP supervision training standards.

The first route is the original Minster in-house diploma in supervision. This supervision training has been running for over a decade and has a well-deserved reputation in the region for its high quality.

The second route is the MA/PG diploma professional practice, counselling and psychotherapy (supervision) validated by Middlesex University. This course will appeal to practitioners who may wish to specialise in supervision practice. Students will be able to sign up for either the one year post-graduate diploma or the two year MA programme.

The courses are designed to meet the requirements of busy professionals. The teaching is delivered in a series of weekend blocks (comprising Friday evenings/Saturdays/Sundays and some Mondays) over seven months for the in-house diploma. PG diploma students will go on to attend three more weekend blocks towards the end of the year (comprising Saturdays and Sundays). MA students, in addition, will complete two extra weekend training sessions and three extra Fridays during the first year.

In the second year, the masters students will be working independently on a research dissertation that is overseen by a research supervisor. For further information and an application form please go to:

For further queries please contact Betti Urmos, admissions officer at

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The Minster Centre is proud to offer a unique perspective of psychotherapy and counselling training, as we combine a strong theoretical integrative grounding with an emphasis on the importance of experiential learning.

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