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Training and Supervision - Humanistic Psychotherapy

[Note: This training is designed for clinical or counseling psychology graduate students who are enrolled in master's degree in psychology or related fields, or have completed their master's degree as well.]

This intensive and experiential training and supervision program is spread across 4 months to learn and practice from the Humanistic School of Psychology with their clients. During this duration, the trainees will be under constant supervision by experienced therapists.

Starting - 1st Week of June (Tentatively)

Last Day to Register - May 20, 2024

Duration:  6 months (240 hours) 

Enrollment Fees: Rs. 23,600 (Inclusive of GST)
Applicants can make payments in full or in two instalments (at the time of registration and mid-training).

Max Intake: 4 graduate students

Prerequisite to Joining the Program:

  • Enrollment or completion of a Master's degree in Psychology or related fields

  • It is mandatory for the trainees to be in therapy themselves.

Components of the Program

  • Training in the Essentials of Therapy in Practice

  • Understanding Therapy 

  • Applications and incorporation of the Humanistic School of thought and practice within the therapeutic context

  • Participation in Case Discussion and Analysis

  • Shadow work in therapy

  • Simulation practices

  • Direct Supervised practice 

  • Peer Supervision

  • Maintaining client records and session notes

  • Understanding and Handling the therapist's mental health issues

Perks of Joining the Program:

  • Real-life case exposure

  • Training in therapeutic and intervention approaches

  • Basics and technicalities of being a therapist

  • Supervision and Mentoring 

  • Internship Certificate upon completion of the program

Procedure for application: 

  1. Submit the application form 

  2. Participate in the Interview call

  3. Finish the application process 

  4. Confirmation for the Training and Internship Program

For program-related queries, please reach out to Prapti Parikh -

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