The Advanced Diploma in Integrative Psychotherapy provides a focused psychotherapy training that challenges and contributes to a wide range of understandings of the therapeutic encounter.
The course will prepare you for professional work in both private and institutional practice.
Successful completion brings eligibility for registration with the appropriate professional bodies.
Key skills, aims and objectives
- Develop a comprehensive level of theoretical knowledge of a range of psychotherapy approaches
- Consolidate your clinical experience into practice of an integrative approach of your choice or construction
- Acquire a general level of understanding of the major systems of psychotherapy
- Develop a capacity for informed reflection on your clinical practice
- Engage effectively in the use of clinical supervision with peers and supervisors
- Gain understanding of ethical research methods relevant to clinical practice
- Achieve eligibility for professional registration as a practitioner of integrative psychotherapy
The course prepares you for advanced professional work in both private and institutional practice. Successful completion will bring eligibility for registration with the appropriate professional bodies.
The Society for Existential Analysis is an accrediting organisation within the College of Constructivist Psychotherapies of the UKCP, and registers graduates of the Regent’s Advanced Diploma in Existential Psychotherapy as UKCP registered existential psychotherapists.
At the end of Year 1, you may have enough training hours to apply for individual accreditation with the British Association for Counselling & Psychotherapy (BACP). Please note that BACP also requires candidates to show evidence of 450 hours of supervised clinical practice. Application to BACP can only be done by the individual and the School is unable to play a role in this process.