Training Programmes

The Minster Centre was founded in 1978 as the first integrative training programme in the UK. It has now established itself as the leading Integrative Psychotherapy and Counselling Training Institute in Europe. We now cater for around 100 diploma and MA students each year as well as offering a range of short courses, accreditation programmes and continuing professional development.

Registered Charity

We are a registered charity with a driving aim to promote relief of persons suffering from mental, emotional and physical distress. The Centre is committed to high professional standards in its teaching and clinical practices. We provide a highly personal learning environment which supports theoretical, practical and emotional development.

Statutory Regulation

The Minster Centre position is available to view here.
Click here for the Student Protection Plan and Financial Compensation Policy.

Codes for Practitioners

The Minster Centre abides by its own Code of Practice and the BACP Ethical Framework

  • The Minster Centre General Code of Ethics
  • Academic Freedom and Values and Free Speech
  • Code of Practice Practitioners
  • Code of Practice for Trainers
  • How The Minster Centre Understands and Implements Enhancement

  • The Minster Centre Psychotherapy & Counselling Service (MCPCS)

    We all face difficulties in our lives at some time. These difficulties can be in response to life events such as bereavement, problems at work or even the loss of a job.

    Difficult feelings can accumulate and impact negatively on our relationships or family life. In response we can feel lonely, anxious or depressed, leading to low self-esteem and a sense of helplessness. Therapy can help.

    The Minster Centre offers a low-cost counselling and psychotherapy service for adults suffering from a variety of emotional difficulties. Fees are based on ability to pay.

    Memorandum and Articles of Association

    The Minster Centre Memorandum and Articles of Association are available to be viewed/downloaded as a Word document.