- Certificate in Psychotherapy, Counselling & Coaching
- MSc in Psychotherapy Studies
- MSc in Autism & Related Neurodevelopmental Conditions
- MA in Existential Coaching
- DCPsych in Counselling Psychology & Psychotherapy by Professional Studies
- DProf in Existential Psychotherapy & Counselling by Professional Studies
Certificate in Psychotherapy, Counselling & Coaching
The one year NSPC foundation course in psychotherapy, counselling and coaching, which can be taken on a weekly or on an intensive basis and presents three terms of study and training, leads to the NSPC foundation certificate in psychotherapy and counselling. This, or an equivalent foundation certificate is a requirement for entry onto one of our post-graduate courses.More Details
MSc in Psychotherapy Studies
This wholly online masters course provides a comprehensive and up to date grounding in the science and humanities that underpin the practice of psychotherapy and counselling. We welcome students from anywhere in the world.More Details
MSc in Autism & Related Neurodevelopmental ConditionsThis wholly online, Masters course covers the theory and introduces the skills that are required for a mental health professional, teacher, or other professional to work with people with autism spectrum and related developmental disorders.It may also be of interest to parents and people with a developmental disorder.
MA in Existential Coaching
Our MA in Existential Coaching, validated by Middlesex University, uses blended learning for busy people to be able to fit it into their schedule. Students can attend a combination of online modules and intensive face-to-face learning to complete this cutting-edge programme, which leads to eligibility to apply for membership of the International Coaching Federation.
DCPsych in Counselling Psychology & Psychotherapy by Professional Studies
This is a joint Middlesex University and New School of Psychotherapy and Counselling programme. It will lead to a Doctorate in Counselling Psychology and Psychotherapy with a specialization in existential counselling psychology.More Details
DProf in Existential Psychotherapy & Counselling by Professional Studies
This is a joint Middlesex University and New School of Psychotherapy and Counselling programme. It will lead to a Doctorate by Professional Studies in Psychotherapy and Counselling with a specialization in existential psychotherapyMore Details
61-63 Fortune Green Road
Telephone: 0203 515 0223
Tel from abroad or from a mobile: +44 (0) 207 435 8067
Office Hours: Monday 9am - 5pm Tuesday 9am - 9.30pm Wednesday 9am - 9.30pm Thursday 9am - 5pm Friday 9am - 5pm Saturday 9am - 5pm Sunday Closed
We can be found at 61-63 Fortune Green Road, a building fitted out for us and offering the latest in teaching technology and excellent study facilities.
All parts of the building can be accessed by wheel chair. There is a hearing induction loop in our large lecture room, and Braille signs on the doors to assist the visually impaired. If you have special access needs, and want to check those out with us before you visit, please contact Dawn on 0203 515 0223 or by email at email@example.com.
We look forward to meeting you.
How to Find Us
NSPC is located at the Existential Academy, in a prize winning building close to the Finchley Road adjacent to Tesco and surrounded by the Hampstead Cemetery, an important green space. Please think carefully about the environment before using a car or taxi to get to us: there are very good transport links that might prove more speedy and more convenient.
Our address is: Existential Academy, 61-63 Fortune Green Road, London NW6 1DR.
Come by Public Transport
Come by public transport : Fortune Green Road is in West Hampstead, close to the Finchley Road. The Jubilee tube line, West Hampstead rail station, and West Hampstead Thameslink Rail stations are just 15minutes walk away. There is a frequent bus service (number 328) from these stations with a stop right outside our building. You can check the timetable and stopping points of the 328 along with where individual buses are here. We also support bicycle users with secure, sheltered hoops and have sponsored bicycle hoops in the street, too. Bus and train information is available from Transport for London, which also provides regular updates about any changes in the normal service.
Planning to come by car?
Planning to come by car? Traffic and parking restrictions make driving to our building an unattractive choice. NSPC is also committed to a low carbon transport policy. We want to minimize carbon emissions, and preserve the environment. Our transport plan can be downloaded from here. and we recommend car use only for users who have a disability that makes public transport, walking or cycling impossible. The building is close to the North Circular Road, and to the end of the M1. There is short-term, metered on street parking with spaces immediately outside the building, but no long-term parking nearby.
- Our staff
- Deputy principal
- Bursar and office manager
- Admissions officer and course coordinator
- Deputy course leader for psychotherapy courses
- Deputy course leader for counselling psychology
- Placement coordinator
- Other staff
From left to right:
Dr. Claire Arnold-Baker (Deputy Course Leader, and convenor of Existential Academy short courses),
Dr. Neil Lamont (Deputy Course Leader, and leader of Foundation Course for Existential Academy)
Ms. Sasha Smith (Deputy Course Leader and Registrar)
Prof. Emmy van Deurzen (Principal and Course leader)
Prof. Digby Tantam (Deputy Principal and Course Leader)
Ms. Dawn Farrow (Bursar and Office Manager)
Ms. Karina Sharin (Admissions Officer and Course Coordinator), Dr. Yifat Hollander (Placement Coordinator: not shown), Ms. Paul Warren (Librarian: not shown), Mr. Ali Kay (Receptionist and Dilemma clinic administrator: not shown)
Emmy van Deurzen
Karina Sharin is our new admissionns officer and course coordinator
Dr. Neil Lamont is responsible for the DProf degree. He is an experienced therapist who obtained his doctorate from NSPC.
Dr. Claire Arnold-Baker is a counselling psychologist who obtained her doctorate from NSPC. She is responsible for one of our largest courses, the DCPsych.
Dr. Yifat Hollander has a doctorate in clinical psychology, and has worked both in Israel and in the NHS in the UK. She liaises with the psychotherapy organizations that provide existentially-orientated placements for our students. She works closely with our in-house clinical supervisors, too, and with students to ensure that they are achieve the high levels of clinical competence that NSPC expects of its graduates.
Paul Warren is studying for an MA in Library & Information Studies. He works at NSPC on Wednesdays and Saturdays.
NSPC benefits from over 50 highly qualified teachers, therapists, clinical supervisors, and research supervisors who contribute to our teaching programmes.
We are currently developing a more detailed register of their names, qualifications, and interests