Please note that the eligibility criteria differ between the two postgraduate trainings:

  • Postgraduate Training in Clinical Psychology and Psychotherapy: Psychologists with Master degree in Psychology OR with a Diploma in Psychology/Bachelor degree in Psychology and a temporary or a basic license are eligible for the Postgraduate Training in Clinical Psychology and Psychotherapy. Since a continuous clinical practice is an obligatory requirement of the program, an occupation or employment as a clinical psychologist throughout the Postgraduate Training in Clinical Psychology and Psychotherapy is essential. Participants need to be able to speak and read English. The number of participants will be 20. The first run of the Postgraduate Training in Clinical Psychology and Psychotherapy will start in January 2013. There is no tuition fee for the program; however there will be additional costs for the Personal Therapy.

 

  • Postgraduate Training in Supervision in Clinical Psychology and Psychotherapy: Psychologists with a specialist license or successful participants of the Postgraduate Training in Psychotherapy are eligible for the Postgraduate Training in Supervision in Clinical Psychology and Psychotherapy. Although an occupation or employment as a clinical psychologist is essential, it is not explicitly incorporated in the training to allow a successful completion unattached to employment status. There is no tuition fee, but participants need to provide 90h free supervision to participants of the Postgraduate Training in Clinical Psychology or the Postgraduate Training in Psychotherapy; there are no additional costs or fees. Participants need to be able to speak and read English.
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