June 2024

International Online Course - 2025 Intake

LDPRT offers a zoom only worldwide training which will be a replica of the London based course for those who are unable to attend in the UK or who prefer or require this platform.
 
The commencement of this course will be September 2025 (see course dates) and follows the same modular pattern as the existing course. Study days/class room time does not include Friday or Saturday: three day blocks run Sunday to Tuesday and two day blocks are Sunday to Monday.
 
Applications may be submitted from February 2025.
Please contact either Judi Keshet-Orr or Bernd Leygraf should you have any questions.

2025

September

28th/ 29th/ 30th

2025

November

2nd/ 3rd/ 4th

2025

December

14th/ 15th/ 16th

2025


2026

January

27th/ 28th/ 29th

2026

February

22nd/ 23rd/ 24th

2026

March

15th/ 16th/ 17th

2026

May

10th/ 11th/ 12th

2026

- End of Year One -


2026

- Start of Year Two -

June

21st/ 22nd/ 23rd

2026

July

19th/ 20th

2026

September

20th/ 21st

2026

October

18th/ 19th

2026

November

8th/ 9th

2026

December

6th/ 7th

2026


2027

February

5th/ 6th

2027

March

14th/ 15th

2027



Seminars are scheduled 10.00 to 16.00 hrs (London time).
One of the teaching days will be followed by a reflective group which ends 16.30 hrs.

Specialist psychosexual and couples and relationship clinical work experience, usually within a placement setting, commences 8 months into the first year. Students are required to complete 150 hours of supervised practice, ideally by the time the course completes. In exceptional circumstances, clinical hours may be extended for a further 6 months. Supervision is required for this clinical practice at a ratio of 1 supervision hour per 6 clinical hours. Students who have an established private practice may, at our discretion use all or some of their clinical hours.

As well as attending all modules students are required to attend peer support meetings on a monthly basis, of 2-3 hours duration, students are also expected to undertake self directed learning which would include relevant reading, preparation for essays and case study submission, whilst also keeping a personal journal. Students will also be expected to research a relevant topic as their second year project. The project titles, which extend to 4,000 words, will be issued at the start of Year 2. Students may be offered further CPD events during the life time of the course. Students will also need to attend at least one individual tutorial each year.