HG Diploma – Part 3
Dates: Mon 6th – Fri 10th Feb 2023
Mon 26th – Fri 30th June 2023
Length: 5 days (9.00am – 5.30pm)
Open to: Graduates of Part 2 of the Human Givens Diploma
Qualification: Human Givens Practitioner Level Diploma (HG.Dip.P.)
Includes: all tuition, ongoing assessment, refreshments and lunch each day.
This week far exceeded my expectations – I can’t wait to get back and apply what I’ve learntJohn Buchanberger
Part 3 is the Human Givens Practitioner Qualification; the pre-requisite to becoming a fully qualified human givens therapist, eligible for inclusion on the HGI’s Professional Register (which is independently accredited in the UK by the Professional Standards Authority for Health and Social Care).
Throughout the week, students practise and demonstrate a broad range of practical therapeutic skills under close supervision and rigorous on-going assessment by the two tutors and experienced facilitators. Students who have already successfully graduated from the course enthuse about how useful and enriching it is. (learn more)
Between Part 2 and Part 3 of the Diploma students are expected to carry out extensive therapeutic practice, with a minimum of 10 different people, under ongoing supervision. For more information, please read the following downloads.
All Part 3 weeks are held at Engineers’ House in Bristol
Winter 2023 – Code WK14
Mon 6th–Fri 10th February 2023 – FULL
Summer 2023 – Code WK15
Mon 26th–Fri 30th June 2023 – Full, with waiting list
Autumn 2023 – Code WK16
HOW TO APPLY:
To attend Part 3, your supervisor must be happy that you have gained enough therapeutic experience and are ready to progress with this part of the Diploma. As there are only 12 places on each Part 3, we recommend you contact us as soon as possible to let us know which course you and your supervisor think you will be most likely to attend. Your name will then be added to the list for that course (for more information on this stage of the Diploma, see: Working towards Part 3).
Please contact Fiona Heffernan if you have any questions about the course, or are ready to put your name down for a place on one.
Meet your tutors
Carol has 30 years’ experience in private practice, her holistic outlook and curiosity has influenced her professional development…
Dr Gareth Hughes
Gareth is an HG psychotherapist, researcher, nationally recognised expert on university mental health and wellbeing and a Principal Fellow of the Higher Education Academy.
For many years Jo worked as a therapist within the Psychological Wellbeing department at the University of Derby, where she dealt with an extensive and varied caseload…
Ros Townsend is an experienced psychotherapist and supervisor with busy practices in SW England, where she combines private therapy work with referrals from Occupational Health and the NHS.
Outstanding! A scintillating learning experience that I didn’t want to end. I know I will be using the skills I have learnt as life-long ‘tools’ and I’m looking forward to embedding and integrating my learning in the months and years to come.Elizabeth Mary Sabey
It didn’t feel like a ‘work’ training course – it’s more like a blueprint for life, absolutely fascinating. HG has changed my life, given direction to my work and improved my effectiveness as a GP.Adam Lake
This course was the most stimulating, thought-provoking and exciting learning experience I have ever had. As well as being continually stretching and enriching, it was always great fun. The teaching model of the diploma is rare in that it suits all different learning styles.Renée Van der Vloodt