Keeping in mind the central principles referenced by the National Centre for Family Hubs 'Access, Connection and Relationships', we can help you and your staff put relationship quality at the heart of Family Hub development and practice. Find out about our offer for local authorities and other organisations.
We are delighted to share the many useful resources created by the European Federation for Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy to aid Ukraine, and to signpost them to those who want to help, particularly therapists.
The resources include government information for refugees, psychological support possibilities, theoretical references for war situations and trauma etc, and donation links.
You can help here.
is the satisfaction rate for our clinical courses (2020)
are happy with their lecturers and supporting staff
of our students said that they would recommend our trainings to others
We are also developing a mentoring scheme where our Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic students are offered a Mentor from a current or recent Black, Asian or Minority Ethnic trainee.
The Training team have ongoing reviews of how issues of race are covered in both the curriculum and other teaching resources.
This also includes ensuring an inclusive CPD programme with expert practitioners and clinicians from Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic groups.
Although we still have some way to go to realise our ambitions to increase diversity across our organisation, this year we have
increased the number of staff identifying as being from Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic backgrounds, employed on our trainings as clinical lecturers, group analysts, and workshop facilitators.
Bursaries awarded 2020 – 2021
• Foundation Certificate in Couple
Counselling and Psychotherapy
2 x 100% bursaries
2 x 50% bursaries.
• Psychosexual Certificate
2 x 100% bursaries (two staff members)
• Diploma in Psychosexual Therapy:
1 x 100% bursary.
To find out more, visit our course page.