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MSc in Transactional Analysis Psychotherapy

The Metanoia Institute

Masters Degree , Psychotherapy

Course Description

A 5 year part-time training leading to a Diploma and MSc degree in Transactional Analysis Psychotherapy, which will provide you with automatic registration with UKCP and a qualification to practice as a psychotherapist.

Validated by Middlesex University

with optional Diploma in TA Psychotherapeutic Counselling

Metanoia Institute's TA psychotherapy qualification provides an in-depth training for those planning to take up a career as a psychotherapist. The course takes place over four years, with twenty days of training (ten weekends) each year. The course includes theoretical input, skills training, personal development and practical experience of working with clients. As well as following the clinical diploma route, students on this course can at the same time, opt to gain the MSc in TA psychotherapy, awarded by Middlesex University.

Students in the third year and above, can also opt to take the Metanoia Institute Clinical Diploma in TA Therapeutic Counselling, which is gained via additional study days and a written and oral examination.

Students graduate from the TA psychotherapy course through successful completion of the Certified Transactional Analysis (CTA) examination, which is accredited by the European Association of Transactional Analysis (EATA). This course is also accredited by the United Kingdom Council for Psychotherapy (UKCP).

This programme was developed and is delivered and assessed by Metanoia Institute awarded by and quality assured by Middlesex University.

A 5 year part-time training leading to a Diploma and MSc degree in Transactional Analysis Psychotherapy, which will provide you with automatic registration with UKCP and a qualification to practice as a psychotherapist. Validated by Middlesex University with optional Diploma in TA Psychotherapeutic Counselling Metanoia Institute's TA psychotherapy...

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Entry Requirements

Psychotherapy is a postgraduate profession and applicants are required to demonstrate that they are able to work at post-graduate level. Applicants will have ONE (or more) of the following:

  • A degree in psychology or a related discipline (such as sociology, education, theology, philosophy, etc.);
  • A non-relevant degree (such as accounting, art, etc.) but also some appropriate training and/or work/life experience;
  • A qualification in one of the helping professions (such as psychiatric nursing, nursing, probation, social work, teaching, etc.);
  • A counselling diploma or equivalent qualification;
  • Significant relevant work and/or life experience. (Students in this last category will need to use the APEL (Accreditation of Prior Experiential Learning) process to establish equivalence once they have been assessed for suitability for psychotherapy training.)

Psychotherapy is a postgraduate profession and applicants are required to demonstrate that they are able to work at post-graduate level. Applicants will have ONE (or more) of the following: A degree in psychology or a related discipline (such as sociology, education, theology, philosophy, etc.); A non-relevant degree (such as accounting, art, etc.)...

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