About the training
Outline of the training in existential-analytic psychotherapy:
The programme is designed for those individuals who wish to meet the requirements for professional accreditation by the United Kingdom Council for Psychotherapy. Besides private practice, the programme is also designed to meet the needs of professionals and public, private and voluntary organisations. More specifically, our aims are:
The training is normally a 4-5 year training depending on when the student is ready to progress to registration as an existential-analytic psychotherapist.
In each of the training years, three assignments are required, usually based on a trainee’s case study, each of approximately 2500 words (with the exception of year 3, which is one assignment of 7500 words). Trainees will be required to pass these and meet the attendance, personal therapy, supervision and clinical practice requirements in order to progress to the subsequent year.
Process for progression to registration as a psychotherapist with UPCA/UKCP
The portfolio is submitted to the training committee as part of the requirements for professional accreditation with UPCA and UKCP. The student also undertakes a verbal presentation, of their two year client, to the learning community.
ACADEMIC YEAR 2018-2019
Venue: University of Roehampton, Whitelands College, Holybourne Avenue, London, SW15 4JD, UK.
Supervision and therapy by arrangement.
Entry requirements are as follows:
£1250 per annum, comprising £750 paid to the University of Roehampton for attendance on the Advanced Practitioner Programme and £500 to SAFPAC. Fees can be paid termly and will be reviewed annually. A one-off charge of £50 for the application for progression onto the register as a clinical member.
How to apply:
Please complete the application form: SAFPAC Training Application Form