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Upon completing one of our Diplomas students are fully equipped to work with adult clients in private practice or an agency context. In addition, they are encouraged to remain members of BCPC beyond graduation so as to participate in our wider community. This includes a programme of events and workshops / CPD, a members’ association (BCPCA), annual conference, and peer support groups. The community also benefits from the BCPC Referral Service, which helps members in private practice to find clients (and vice versa).
PROGRAMMES WE OFFER
Below you will find a brief description of our courses. For more detailed information on areas of interest, please download the BCPC prospectus 2016-17.
How to apply
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An introductory, 30 hour course.
A one year, part time course designed to support professionals involved in people-related work by providing counselling skills and opportunities for personal development. The Certificate is our preferred route into the professional trainings in Counselling and Psychotherapy.
A two year, taught, part time course, unique among BACP accredited programmes, in that it prepares candidates for both private practice and agency work.
BCPC also has an APL link with Bath Spa University. This means that BCPC Graduates can approach Bath Spa University to study for an MA in Counselling Practice. The BCPC Counselling Diploma carries 90 credits towards this.
A part time professional training. Successful candidates are automatically registered with the United Kingdom Council of Psychotherapists (UKCP). Those students who choose to register for the MA are assessed and awarded the degree by Middlesex University.
These courses form part of the Psychotherapy Diploma requirements, and are also open to the public.
The PQMA allows qualified psychotherapy practitioners to attain an MA from Middlesex University. This course is open to all qualified practitioners. For more details contact Tree Staunton, MA Programme Leader, on email@example.com
If you have further questions about our training, or queries related to entry requirements, please contact Tree Staunton, Director of Studies, using firstname.lastname@example.org