Short courses
Nursing, Midwifery & Health Professions

Clinical Supervision for Cognitive Behaviour Therapy Practice

University Certificate in Postgraduate Professional Development

  • Limited HEENE-funded places are available for eligible applicants.
  • Standard University fee applies once all funded places have been allocated.

Course information

Part-time

More part-time details

  • 30 Credits, Master's Level
  • Enrolment date: January
  • Admission enquiries: 01642 384176
  • Fee for UK/EU applicants: £655
  • Limited funded places available

Contact details

Further information

The award is suitable if you are a health or social care practitioner who has completed cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT) training and are BABCP accredited or working towards this. You gain a theoretical understanding of the factors that make up and influence supervisory functioning enabling the provision of CBT supervision, which enhances the clinical practice of others and ultimately, improves psychological therapies for people experiencing mental health difficulties.

Where you study

Teesside University campus.

You study theories of learning, education and models of supervision and learn how these can be integrated into supervisory practice. Other influencing factors such as the supervisory relationship, culture, and legal and ethical issues are explored. You build a portfolio which involves achieving supervision competencies and reflection on your supervision practice and the context within which you deliver it.

How you learn

The award consists of a series of lectures and seminars.

Assessment is through a 3,000 critical commentary and achievement of supervision competencies which are signed off by a practice supervisor. You are assessed on a peer group supervision session which takes place at the University.

Career opportunities

The award prepares you for delivering high quality CBT supervision to trainee or qualified therapists.

Entry requirements

You must have completed CBT training and be BABCP accredited.

Health conditions requiring adjustments

For this particular course, you may need to undertake an occupational health or work-based risk assessment check. If you have a disability, specific learning difficulty, mental health condition, autism spectrum condition, sensory impairment or medical condition that may require reasonable adjustments during an external placement, in the university or in a clinical practice area, this must be declared as part of the enrolment process. If you are unsure you can contact the relevant admissions or course tutor for guidance.

Course information

Part-time

More part-time details

  • 30 Credits, Master's Level
  • Enrolment date: January
  • Admission enquiries: 01642 384176
  • Fee for UK/EU applicants: £655
  • Limited funded places available

Contact details

Further information