April 2024

We have gathered together a few of the questions we are most commonly asked about the overall role and effectiveness of the LDPRT:

  1. How many graduates has the training produced over how many decades?
    Over 1200 graduates; the largest "output" of any psychosexual and relationship therapy training. We have been the "leading training provider" for over 30 years.
  2. How many of those are currently in leadership positions clinical and academically?
    How many have published?

    The most recent publications in the field are by LDPRT graduates ; many lead NHS services or third sector clinics serving their respective communities. LDPRT graduates may be found in the UK, N.Ireland, Europe, Middle East, SE Asia, Africa.
  3. Is the training university accredited to ensure independent evaluation?
    Yes, for over 30 years now.
  4. Is the training accredited with a membership organisation approved by the Professional Standards Board)?
    Yes. Through the National Counselling and Psychotherapy Society. We are the only integrated psychosexual and relationship training which currently is offering this pathway. We are also accredited as a prof qualification by COSRT.
  5. Is the body of students truly diverse and international?
    Our students represent over 40 national identities; and may be found in London, as well as in the Scottish isles, in Cairo, Kerala, Karachi, Hong Kong...
  6. Is the training accredited by COSRT and NCS?
    Yes; with COSRT since 1990.
    We are the only UK training in PRT leading to the Accredited Register (PSA).
  7. How many cultures are represented by the faculty?
    Check for yourself on our tutors page; people of colour are at least 20%.
  8. How many graduates have gone on to open their own clinics?
    A broad brushstroke would be that around 80% of alumni have done so.
  9. Do alumni continue with LDPRT after graduation?
    Those who progress to accredited status and supervisor accreditation often work at the London Diploma students to supervise or teach.

Applications are welcome from all those who are suitably qualified, regardless of racial or ethnic origins, nationality, spiritual beliefs or religion, gender, age, social background, or sexual orientation.

The London Diploma in Psychosexual and Relationship Therapy reserves the right to amend, change or rearrange modules, the course design or trainers at its own discretion.

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