Three reflective pieces, a client case plan, and a personal journal will be completed during the course. An essay is required within two months of completing the course. Participants must attend 80% of the modules. Fifteen hours of one-to-one therapeutic work with clients and corresponding external supervision by a qualified ATSAC supervisor, as well as a case study, should be completed within one year of commencing the course. Associate and Student members of the Association for the Treatment of Sexual Addiction and Compulsivity (ATSAC) may be eligible to become ‘Qualified’ members upon completion of course requirements. Participants are encouraged to join ATSAC at an Associate or Student member level if wanting to gain ATSAC qualification status upon completion of the course.
Participants should be members of a professional regulating organisation (e.g. BACP, BPS, UKCP, COSRT) and abide by its ethical framework, professional development, and supervision requirements.
Marylebone Centre’s training programme is in the process of external accreditation with a government approved regulating agency. We aim to secure accreditation at a Diploma Level for the 2017 courses.