We have a number of courses available at TACT from Diploma level trainings through to short courses. Please see the information below.
Diploma in Integrative Psychotherapy -
Adult Parent Perspective
Diploma in Psychotherapeutic
Counselling with Children
Diploma in Supervision
Our 4 year part-time Diploma in Integrative Psychotherapy - Adult Parent Perspective is held in Redcar.
This training takes place one weekend a month with one five day workshop each year. Many of our trainees find the benefit of weekend training as it allows them to study whilst still working.
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The Diploma in Psychotherapeutic Counselling with Children is a 3 year part-time training which takes place one weekend a month plus a 4 day summer workshop.
The course is accredited by United Kingdom Council for Psychotherapy (UKCP) and the European Interdisciplinary Association for Therapy Services with Children and Young People (EIATSCYP).
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The Diploma in Supervision is an in depth training that equips the participants in creating a supervisory relationship that is relational-developmentally based.
The course takes place over 9 days in total, often at weekends. This is an experiential training that includes a practice element.
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Introduction To Counselling
Information to follow shortly
Therapeutic Wellbeing Skills Level 3
Our level 3 Therapeutic Wellbeing programme is aimed at those who wish to develop their skills and knowledge in working more effectively with people in a relational and therapeutic way.
This training will enhance effective practice in a range of job roles from those in education to those in the care sector.
This training also a suitable starting point for learners wishing to progress to more advanced courses.
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Mindful Self Compassion Training
This 8-week Mindful Self-Compassion Course you will learn the key principles and practices of self-compassion. Research has shown that these techniques can help improve our emotional well-being, improve our ability to cope with life’s challenges.
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