School: School of Human Ecology
Qualification: Mental Health Professionals, with post graduate degree in Applied Psychology/Clinical or Counselling Psychology from a recognized University
(Minimum work experience required for the course)
working in the area of mental health, counselling, psychotherapy, with a minimum of three years of relevant work experience.
This is a part time course for working professionals and involves online classes, which will be conducted using Zoom. The course will run for 28 weeks. The first few weeks we will have three days a week classes for two hours in the afternoon/early evening IST, which will then go down to two days a week and finally once a week in the last two months.
The total duration of the course will be 7 months (28 weeks) and will involve the completion of 14 modules. The 28 weeks will be distributed into preparatory work, contact hours, distance learning, practicum and experiential learning.
Preparatory period. The course will begin with an initial online preparatory period of one week duration during which learners will be introduced to readings that will orient and initiate them into the curriculum. The learners will be expected to complete readings provided to them before they arrive for the contact Block 1.
Distance learning. During the course, learners will continue their engagement via distance learning. The distance learning will require learners to complete course readings, assignments and maintain a reflective journal.
Supervision practicum (SP). As part of the course, the learners will be expected to carry out field practice in the form of carrying out supervision sessions for other professionals in individual and group format.
Supported Supervision (SS). During the course, six supported supervision sessions will be organised by the faculty to review the supervision sessions conducted by learners in their practicum.
Learning Labs (LL). Monthly learning labs will be focused on skill-building and will cover procedural knowledge and deliberate practice of skills drawn from theoretical concepts covered in the course.
Reflective Practice (RP). Learners will be required to complete reflective and experiential activities and maintain a reflective journal throughout the duration of the course.
Case Presentation. At the end of the course, all learners will be expected to discuss their individual and group sessions in the form of a case presentation.
CLICK HERE TO APPLY
Selected Candidates List
List of Post Graduate Diploma in Supervision for Mental Health Practice 2023-24.pdf
Academic Calender of Course (July 2023 -Feb 2024)
The Post Graduate Diploma in Supervision for Mental Health Practice offers a comprehensive and contextually sensitive perspective on the knowledge, skills and attitudes required to undertake the role of a supervisor for mental health professionals in India. It provides a foundation to support mental health professionals in developing key competencies in supervision. The aim of this training curriculum is to enable qualified psychotherapists to acquire the knowledge and competencies and reflective capacities required to practise as supervisors in line with evidence-based practice. The course will enable professionals to obtain formal training and certification in supervision and become part of a professional network of supervisors. The course is focused on experiential learning and the acquisition of key skills for trained psychotherapists and counsellors who wish to expand the purview of their skills and supervise other mental health professionals.
Objectives of the Course
Distribution of Credit Hours:
Post graduate diploma in Supervision for Mental Health Practice
Preparing to Supervise: Foundations of Mental Health Supervision
Developing a supervisee-centered approach – I:
Adult learning and counsellor development
Developing a supervisee-centered approach – II:
The supervisory alliance
Full programme Fee-INR 1,26,000
Full Programme fee for International Students-USD
1. Selection of candidates will be as per the GOI Reservation Guidelines; important one being that if there are no OBC Candidates, only then will it be filled by General Category candidates.
2. The course will only be offered if there are a minimum of 6-8 students
3. The course is a self-financed and professional course. There are no scholarships available. Students will be required to pay the semester fee.
4. No travel or other allowances will be offered.
The course will be anchored and taught by the Rahbar team. https://tiss.edu/view/11/projects/rahbar/
For queries contact us at: email@example.com
The site works best on Firefox 30+ Google Chrome 45+ iOS Safari 8+ Internet Explorer 10+ Android 4.2+ Browser / Chrome Browser