Post-Graduate Diploma in Cognitive & Behavioural Therapy for Primary Care (High Intensity Training)

Key Information

Entry Requirements

Applicants must have a core mental health professional as defined by the BABCP, for example, nursing, occupational therapy, social worker.

The programme also accepts applications via the Knowledge Skills Attitude (KSA) route for those applicants who do not have a core profession, for example, counsellors who are not registered with the BACP or Psychological Wellbeing Practitioners (PWPs). Further details can be found on the BABCP website.

International Students are welcome to apply. You must have a 12 month minimum work permit to apply for this post. Please contact Dr Ben Harper, Programme Director, for further details including fees.

Director of Studies

Dr Ben Harper
Email: Tel: +44 (0)1524 592970


12 months full time, 24 months part time.


Alternative qualifications are accepted.


A combination of assignments, portfolio of work and practicals.


£6,000 per year full-time or £3,000 per year part-time (UK/EU).


All applicants should consult



The majority of our graduates obtain a post working as a CBT therapist immediately after graduation.

Graduate salaries range from £25,783 – £30,764 for newly qualified CBT therapists.

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