MA Modules 2 & 3
Modules 2 and 3 comprise of all subjects related to counselling skills for children and adolescents. This course is available as an evening or a daytime course.
Those who have successfully completed Terapia’s Module 1 or have previously trained in adult counselling to a minimum of Certificate level and one year in duration are able to apply to start at Module 2. The next Module 2 cohort will begin in January 2021.
- Daniel Stolfi
PhD, MSc, MA, BA Hons, HCPC Reg.
- Fiona Hoo
- BBA, MA DMT, RDMP, Dip Sup LCP
- Mairead Daly
MA Child Psych, UKCP, MBACP
- Ruth Appleby
MA Child Psych, UKCPJess Skelton MA, UKCP
- Diana Samuels
CQSW, HCPC, MA Child Psych, UKCP
- Andrea Katz
Dipl Psych, Ba (Hons) UKCP
- Alix Hearn
- Hanna Fisher
- Zoe Weston
- Richard Bagnall-Oakeley
Visiting tutors - Weekend seminars and Workshops
- Sacha Richardson:
Child Bereavement and Loss
- Di Gammage
- Martin Weaver
CBT and NLP
- Amalia Brightman
Music Therapy & Working with Children with Special Needs
- Lorraine Millard
- Prof.Colwyn Trevarthen
Neuroscience and Intersubjectivity
- Amanda Dudley
Art Therapy, Working with Groups
- Christine Toft
Addiction and Substance Abuse
- Louis Sydney
Working with Teenagers
- Martin Butwell
Working in a Multi-Disciplinary Placement
- Jane Eddington
Integrative Sand Tray
- Guy Gladstone
- Dimpi Hirani
Introduction to Drama & Movement Therapy
We offer following professional accreditations and academic qualifications:
Currently there are three exit awards available to students:
- Certificate in Adult Counselling Skills: 60 credits (Year 1)
- Postgraduate Diploma in Child and Adolescent Counselling: 120 credits (Year 2 and 3).
- MA in Child and Adolescent Counselling and Psychotherapist: 210 credits (Year 4 and 5).
All credits are transferable.
Candidates need to fulfil the following entry requirements:
Successful completion of a Foundation, Certificate or Introductory course in psychotherapy, psychotherapeutic counselling or counselling in relation to working with adult clients of at least one year in duration.
Knowledge and understanding of major theoretical approaches to adult psychotherapy and counselling.
Basic psychotherapeutic skills to facilitate a psychotherapeutic process and understanding of core conditions of counselling and psychotherapy.
Previous experience in using counselling skills with peers or actual clients.
Commitment to personal growth and self development.
Experience of a minimum of one year of personal therapy (desirable).
Written Assignments and Students’ Assessments
Details of written work and modes of assessments will be provided to students accepted on to the course. This written work will be at a master academic level of competency.
Students are required to attend a minimum of 40 hours of personal therapy per training year with a UKCP registered psychotherapist.
Students are required to complete 100 hours with clients of in Terapia’s approved placement.
Students are required to take an 18 months Mother and Baby Observation with a minimum of 60 hours.
Terapia provides weekly group supervision for all the required Toddler Observation and clinical work. For clinical work with children Terapia provides group supervision as part of the course. Students will need to have additional individual supervision, according to their clinical work load.
Programme over two years
- Child Development
- Toddler Observation Seminars
- Working with Parents
- Writing Case Studies
- Transference & Counter-Transference
- Working with Difference
- Multi-disciplinary Work
- Working with Special Needs
- Clinical Supervision
- Introduction to Drama Therapy and Movement Therapy
- Elements of Art Therapy
- Integrative Sand Tray
- Working with Teenagers
- Sexual Abuse
- Sexuality in Adolescence
- CBT and NLP
Process Weekend (Friday evening to Sunday)
- Child Bereavement and Loss
- Elements of Music Psychotherapy
- Process Work (Friday evening to Sunday)
- Toddler Observation Studies (30 hours)
- Clinical Placements with:
- Primary age school (6-11 year old)
- Adolescents (12 -18 year old)
Modules 2 and 3
Course Fees 2021
Terapia is a Registered Charity (Charity Number 1144041) and does not profit from course fees. Fees include all charges for tutorials, art materials and assessment of written assignments.
An initial, non-refundable deposit is required to secure your place on this course.
Total Cost for the year
Less non-refundable Deposit
Balance to pay
One discounted payment of
Three instalments by term of
Twelve monthly instalments of
A fee is payable by all students to Middlesex University in each of the first two years of training at Terapia. This fee is reviewed annually and is subject to change. The fee for 2021 is £ 784; the fee for 2022 may be higher. There is a £ 40 interview fee. Terapia reserve the right to adjust fees but will make every effort to keep increases as low as possible.
Fees include all charges for the tutorials, course materials, art materials, weekly group supervision and assessments of written assignments. The cost of individual supervision session is not included in course fees.
Mini Viva £180 if taken in 2020
In the event of student’s change of personal circumstances resulting in difficulty in meeting financial obligation she/he should contact the course Director as soon as possible so that a mutually appropriate solution can be sought. Late fees will incur interest.
If a student decides to withdraw from the training part way through the year, the full fees for that year are payable. If a student has been asked to withdraw from the training the fees payable are up to and including that term.
Students who completed the training but have not submitted the course work and not completed all course requirements will be charged an annual administration fee until they fully graduate.
Students who currently work with children or young people may choose to approach their employer to fund or part-fund the training, particularly if the skills acquired will directly contribute to their current job. Terapia will assist and support students wishing to make such applications.
International students can contact The British Council at www.britishcouncil.org for information on grants and scholarships.