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Building your Private Practice
Sat 26 Oct 2013 10:00am - 5:00pm
Where: - London


Building your Private Practice

Saturday 26th October 2013, 10am – 5pm

Negotiating the transition from student to professional psychotherapist can be an isolating and anxious time. 

Contemplating how to get started questions you may be considering include:  

  • How will I get clients? 
  • How shall I advertise? 
  • What are the relevant Ethical and legal obligations?
  • How much can I charge?
  • Where can I go to for help and support?

This workshop aims to increase your confidence by stimulating your awareness of some of the common dilemmas encountered when setting up a private psychotherapy practice. 

Providing useful information as well as a forum for discussion this experientially based workshop will facilitate an exploration of each attendee’s unique journey and experience of becoming a private practitioner.

Tracy Jenkins is an individual and group psychotherapist. She trained as an integrative Psychotherapist at Regents College London and is a registered member of UKCP. Working from a relational and phenomenological perspective.

She is also a trained CBT practitioner and holds a diploma in couples work. 

In addition to her primary clinical work in private practice as a psychotherapist Tracy works as a therapist and supervisor for University of West London and also facilitates inpatient groups in hospitals. Tracy has worked as a psychotherapist, counsellor and coach in prisons, charities, the public sector and in private practice for over twelve years. 

£120 / £90 NSPC Students and Staff

084 5557 7752

Book online here

Courses will be held at 254-256 Belsize Road, NW6 4BT

Nearest stations: Kilburn High Road (2mins), Kilburn Park (5mins), Swiss Cottage (15mins)


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