Free On-line Event: Explore Child & Family Therapeutic Training at GCS with The Tavistock & Portman NHS Trust

Thursday, 2 July, 2020 - 14:00 to 16:30
On-line via Zoom
Organised/hosted by: 
Gloucestershire Counselling Service

Child & Family Therapeutic Training Courses

Run by The Tavistock and Portman NHS Foundation Trust &
Gloucestershire Counselling Service (GCS) Partnership

Join our Free On-Line Open Day session on July 2nd 2020 at 2pm
                        A chance to ask questions & find out more. Register your free place, email:


The Postgraduate Certificate in Child,
Adolescent & Family Mental Well-being: Multi-disciplinary Practice (D24G)

Why study this course?

A unique opportunity to study on an award winning multidisciplinary course (p-time, one or two years) giving you:

  • A theoretical framework for understanding child, adolescent and family development
  • Advanced knowledge, clinical capabilities & skills
  • An understanding of how and where to refer children, young people and families if & when needed.


Who is this course for?

The course is for you if you are working in child, adolescent or family mental health in any setting, wishing to improve your expertise.

Fee: £3525, with a range of payment options

Psychological Therapies with Children, Young People & Families (M34G)


Why study this course?

This two-year part-time master’s course has been developed by a multidisciplinary group of clinician trainers. It will:

  • Enable you to become a capable and skilled child, adolescent and family mental health practitioner. 
  • Equip you for a role that has become increasingly needed in the public sector child and adolescent workforce, child and adolescent mental health service sector, schools and other settings. 

Who is this course for?

Applicants with considerable experience and readiness to train psychotherapeutically.

Fee: £3,930 annually, with payment options.


Venue & further details

Our Child & Family courses are delivered at Stroud, on-line if lockdown persists or at a suitable alternative venue.  Entry requirements & further course details:


Coming soon…

Emotional Care of Babies, Children, Young People & Families (EC1G)

A two-year p/time course to help you develop the skills, understanding and reflective practice in working with babies, children, young people, parents and families.  You will be introduced to key psychoanalytic ideas and how they connect to your real-life observation and experience with children and families.
Suitable for those at the early stages of developing a career in the children's and young people's sector as well as those working in the field who wish to further develop their knowledge and understanding and acquire a formal university accredited qualification.

How to book: 
Contact name: 
Tessa Weir-Jeffrey