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Introductory courses

Introduction to Counselling and Psychotherapy (Certificate in Counselling Skills) including library fee

A fee of £2,121 applies if all fees are paid in advance of the start of the course. If applicants elect to pay in instalments a fee of £2,221 applies.
For courses beginning in January the fee is payable in 2 instalments – December 2016 and March 2017. Registration fee is £100 on acceptance of offer.

Course Fee for 2016/2017 Registration fee Method of payment
Certificate in Counselling Skills
Mode 1
October 2016 start
£2,121
or £2,221
£100 £2,021 (single payment)
or £707 x 3
Certificate in Counselling Skills
Mode 2
August 2016 start
£2,121
or £2,221
£100 £2,021 (single payment)
£1,060.50 due by 15 June
£1,060.50 due by 15 Sept.
Certificate in Counselling Skills
Mode 3
January 2017 start
 £2,121
or £2,221
 £100  £2,021 (single payment)
or £1,060.50 x 2

Diploma in Counselling Skills (Access Course)

A fee of £2,552 applies if all fees are paid in advance of the start of the course. If applicants elect to pay in instalments a fee of £2,652 applies.

Course Fee for 2016/2017 Registration fee Method of payment
* Diploma in Counselling Skills
(Access Course) 2 terms
£2,450
or £2,550
£100 £2,452 (single payment)
or £1,276 x 2

Post-Qualification Courses

(including library fee)

Course Fee for 2016/2017 Registration fee Method of payment
Cognitive Behavioural Therapy
(variable start dates)
£1,450 £100 £1,350 (single payment)

Postgraduate Diploma in Psychodynamic Theory and Practice

Includes seminars, experiential groups, tutorials, supervision and clinical placement (inclusive of Disclosure Barring Service check, Trainee Association membership fee, FPC trainee membership and library fee)

Mode of study Fee for 2016/2017 Registration fee Method of payment
Mode A: Year 1 (part-time afternoon) £6,391 £250 £2,047  x 3
Mode M: Year 1 (modular) £6,634 £250 £2,128  x 3

 

Postgraduate Diploma in Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy

(inclusive of Disclosure Barring Service check, Trainee Association membership fee and library fee)

Course Fee for 2016/2017 Registration fee Method of payment
Year 1 £3,997 £250 £1,249 x 3

Diploma in Supervision

(inclusive of Trainee Association membership fee and library fee)

Course Fee for 2016/2017 Registration fee Method of payment
Year 1 £2,878 £250 £926 x 3

 

Selection process fees

(additional fees to those above)

Course Fee
Introductory Course and One Year Diplomas £32
Postgraduate Diploma in Psychodynamic Theory and Practice £60 on full application
£60 for personal interview
Postgraduate Diploma in Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy £75 for APEL portfolio submission
£55 on full application
£60 for each of 2 interviews
Diploma in Supervision  £38

 

Important notes (2016/2017)

  1. Your registration fee is non-refundable, and it must be included with your acceptance of an offer of a place on any WPF Therapy training course.
  2. All fees are revised annually. As this current fee list is published in advance of the 2016/2017 academic year, WPF Therapy reserves the right to revise the fees for a course at any point prior to the first day of term in October 2016.
  3. The three termly payments are normally made via a Standing Order agreement. Where the applicant elects not to use a Standing Order, the full fee amount will be required in advance. Once you are registered for your course you are committed to pay for the whole academic year or the whole course.
  4. Any substantial increases to WPF Therapy training fees will normally be applied only to new students and trainees straightaway, and phased in over a number of years for existing trainees who have already committed to courses that run over a number of years.
  5. Please note that WPF Therapy accepts payment via credit and debit card, in addition to Standing Orders, online payments, BACS, cheques and cash.

 

“Everyone in my group is considering further training with WPF, however the course is extremely valuable on its own as a method of self-exploration and even team-building. I think this training could be extremely useful to big banks, accountancy firms etc and not just places which would directly use counselling skills.”  LM. Certificate in Counselling Skills student