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Front-line chaplains: emergency services for the soul

12th Nov '21

NSPC Pastoral Care student, Pippa Swan, speaks to The Observer about her experiences as a front-line chaplain in HM Prison Maghaberry, Co Antrim.

Dr Jackie Sewell on Windrush, diverse Black experiences and identities

29th Oct '21

Dr Jackie Sewell discusses Windrush, diverse Black experiences and identities.

Signed copies of Emmy van Deurzen's new book "Rising from Existential Crisis, Life Beyond Calamity" are now available to purchase

18th Aug '21

We are delighted to announce that signed copies of Emmy van Deurzen's new book can be purchased from NSPC

Broken connections: An extract from the new book by Emmy van Deurzen

30th Jun '21

Broken connections An extract from the new book by Emmy van Deurzen: 'Rising From Existential Crisis: Life Beyond calamity'.

What should pastoral care look like in the 21st century?

28th Sep '20

Paul Hurst, graduate of our MA in Existential and Humanist Pastoral Care, publishes his research in BACP Thresholds and the NRPSN.

Dealing with the current emergency

23rd Mar '20

How NSPC are enabling teaching, learning, and assessment to continue online.

Pastoral Care and Coaching Students

25th Jul '19

Emmy van Deurzen, Digby Tantam, Sasha Smith and David Pilgrim with Paul, Josh, Demelza, Clair, Louie.

Wiley World HandBook of Existential Therapy Launch in Argentina

5th Jun '19

The Wiley World Handbook of Existential Therapy was launched at the second world congress for existential therapy in Buenos Aires, Argentina, on 8th May.

Wiley World Book of Existential Therapy

8th May '19

We are delighted to announce that the Wiley World Handbook of Existential Therapy has just been published in time for the Second World Congress of Existential Therapy, which takes place this

NSPC Staff Guest Edit a Special Edition of Self & Society

23rd Apr '19

Dr Claire Arnold-Baker, Course Leader for the DCPsych programme at NSPC and Dr Neil Lamont, previous Course Leader for the DProf and lecturer at NSPC, have guest edited a special edition of t

Alumni Progress

4th Feb '19

Graduate of the NSPC MSc in Autism and Related Neurodevelopment conditions, Kim Rüfenacht started her PhD at the University of Portsmouth this academic year. Kim explains her research:

How to become a psychotherapist

19th Oct '18

Professor Digby Tantam provides some insight into how to become a psychotherapist with details of the common elements of psychotherapy training.