Individual and Group Clinical Practice and Supervision Course TAC-206

Individual and Group Clinical Practice and Supervision
Course TAC206

Spiritual Psychothrapy students working in groups

This course introduces the student to individual case supervision and the understanding of record keeping. Students are individually supervised for best practice and application of knowledge applied to their clients. Within the group supervision classes, theoretical seminars are offered on core conditions for therapy and how to facilitate the therapeutic process, as well as, how to conduct effective closure and how self-care is necessary for responsible therapy. The awareness model for conflict resolution is demonstrated for reflection. Discussion is led by questions and problems arising in individual case scenarios and expertise is offered by peers and evaluated by faculty.

Course Length: 200 hours*

*To apply for the RP title with the College of Registered Psychotherapists, additional clinical supervision hours are required and can be scheduled with a Case Supervisor at the College. The course also encompasses 18 hours of review, practice, and expanding upon the entry-to-practice competencies covered in the Spiritual Psychotherapy program and as defined by regulation. 

Additionally, 12 hours of practical business and marketing support is included.

You will also be divided into smaller groups for 30 hours of group supervision.

By taking this course and completing your internship, you will have accumulated 125 client contact hours, 15 individual supervision hours, 30 hours of case study curriculum work and 30 group supervision hours.

When: Starts Tues. Jan. 16, 2018, 7-10 pm or Wed. Mar. 28, 2018, 2-5 pm
Instructors: Ken Sullivan, Michelle DesRoches, Sue Diplock
Length:  20 weeks
Pre-requisite: TAC203 Professional Development, TAC204 Diverse and Multicultural Populations
Fee:  Full-time Studies– $1225, Part-time Studies–$1285

($300 non-refundable deposit required or can be included in a payment plan)


Note:  This program can be retaken by students who are still in the process of completing their case study requirements or by those who are applying for grandparenting.


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