"The brain is wider than the sky." - Emily Dickinson
Information at a Glance
- Evening Class
- Tuesdays 18:00 - 20:00
- 10 weeks: April to June
- 2 hours taught time per week
- Tutors: Various leading members of the UKCP
- Fees from £115 to £200
- Location: Imperial College, South Kensington Campus
- BOOK FROM 1 MARCH
Delivered in partnership with the UK Council for Psychotherapy, this ten week course will take the fundamental concepts of psychotherapy out of the consulting room and into everyday our everyday lives.
Through scenarios, individual and group exercises, you will gain first-hand insight into the day to day working lives of UKCP psychotherapists and psychotherapeutic counsellors.
The course will begin with a general introduction to the profession, its key concepts and ethics, and will then delve, week by week, into workshops that demonstrate psychotherapy’s efficacy in a range of contexts.
Delivered by highly experienced experts, you will also learn from the professionals how looking at experiences and events through a psychotherapeutic lens can help
No prior knowledge of history, medicine or psychotherapy is required to join this course. Also please note that this course is not designed to train people in the practical skills of psychotherapy and it carries no formal qualification in psychotherapy.
OUTLINE PROGRAMME (subject to possible change)
To be published here soon
Additional Reading and Credit Information
There is no compulsory reading required for this course, and there is no set course text.
No academic credits are available for this course. An attendance certificate is issued only to those who attend at least 80% of the taught sessions.
About Your Tutor
The tutors for this course are all members of the UK Council for Psychotherapy and experts in the field. By combining their expertise into one course this is a truely broad-ranging and enlightening series of classes that draws on the knowledge of some of the best people working in psychoterapy today.
The convenor of the programme is Professor Sarah Niblock who is the Chief Executive of the UK Council for Psychotherapy (UKCP).
For more information on the UK Council for Psychotherapy please visit the UKCP website.
Course Fees and Rate Categories
|Hours||Weeks||Standard Rate||Internal Rate||Associate Rate|
|All fee rates quoted are for the whole course.|
Fee Categories and Discounts
- Applicable to all except those who fall under the Internal Rate or Associate Rate category, respectively.
- Applies to current Imperial College students and staff (incl. Imperial NHS Trust, Imperial Innovations, ancillary & service staff employed on long-term contracts at Imperial College by third-party contractors).
- Current Centre for Languages, Culture and Communication (CLCC) staff, current CLCC PhD students, Science Communication (Sci Comm) postgraduate students, and students enrolled on an Imperial College 'Language for Science' degree programme should email evening email@example.com before completing the online enrolment form.
- Students (non-Imperial College)
- Alumni of Imperial College and predecessor colleges and institutes
- City & Guilds College Association members
- Members of the Friends of Imperial College
- Francis Crick Institute staff, researchers and students
- Members of the UK Council for Psychotherapy (UKCP)
- Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea Council staff
- Harrods staff
- Historic Royal Palaces staff
- Natural History Museum staff
- Science Museum staff
- South London Botanical Institute Members
- Victoria and Albert Museum staff
- Royal Geographical Society staff
- Royal College of Art and Royal College of Music tutors and other staff
- Santander Bank staff (Imperial College Walkway branch only)
- Austrian Cultural Forum staff
- Staff of Exhibition Road Cultural Group (Discover South Kensington) organisations
- Lycee Charles de Gaulle staff
- Tutors and other staff of other universities and higher education institutions
- Tutors and other staff of institution members of the Association of Colleges
- Residents of postcodes SW3, SW5, SW7, SW10 and W8
- Members of the UK Council for Psychotherapy (UKCP)
- Members of the South London Botanical Institute (SLBI)
It is possible to enrol on many CLCC Evening Class and Lunchtime Learning programmes after the course has started. For non-language courses this is subject entirely to agreement by the tutor. For language courses it is subject to agreement by the language Coordinator conducting level assessment. If you want to join a course late do bear in mind there might be work you will need to catch up on, particularly in language courses.
Applicable terms & conditions
Please read these before enrolling on any course.
|Hours||Weeks||Autumn term||Spring term||Summer term|
|20||10||n/a||n/a||27 Apr - 6 Jul 2020 (10 weeks)|
Web enrolment starts 1 March
Enrolment & payment are through the Imperial College eStore. Please use above booking link noting below instructions:
- Our rate categories are explained on this page and your applicable category must be selected on the eStore
- First-time eStore users please create an account by entering an email address and password. These credentials should also be used for future bookings. Imperial College users please note the eStore is not a single-signon College system
- The booking process involves entering payment details before your course choice and applicant details are queried on an in-built questionnnaire which completes the process
- The following email notifications will be sent
|What is sent||When is it sent||What does it contain|
|1. Payment confirmation||Instantaneously following submission of your online application||
|2. Enrolment confirmation||Sent in due course but likely not before the end of September. Please treat your payment confirmation as confirmation that your applicant details and payment have been received||
|3. Programme information||Usually sent Friday late afternoon the week before term starts||
|If you need further help with the above information please ring 020 7594 8756
Certificate of Attendance
Our adult education evening and daytime classes do not offer academic credits, but we do offer an attendance certificate to those learners who attend at least 80% of the taught classroom sessions. Eligible learners receive their certificate by email after the end of the course.
Questions regarding the content and teaching of this course should be sent to the lecture series organiser, Professor Sarah Niblock of the UKCP, at firstname.lastname@example.org