The Fellowship programme is a new approach that RSPOPUK is piloting to support study and research and the application of Process Work to a range of Worldwork projects and to the field of physical and mental health.
The Fellowship Programme is for people who are from minority groups, with a deep interest in Process Work and research, who have ideas, plans or dreams to develop a project in the world, using Process work skills, theory and tools.
The Fellowship Programme is an integral part of the Diploma Programme in Process Oriented Psychology which is a psychotherapy training, which brings awareness to the socio-political, environmental and cultural contexts in which we practice.
Your support is needed...
... to contribute towards funding to support and develop the Fellowship Programme and to make it sustainable.
Presently students of the Fellowship Programme pay approximately 20% of the full cost of the training. Currently this is enabled by therapists, teachers, mentors and supervisors offering reduced rates for personal sessions and mentorship.
To support the RSPOPUK Fellowship Programme, please click, print and fill in the form below and send it to:
Edna Holt Memorial Bursary Fund EHMBF c/o Kim Ward, 15 Waverley Park, Edinburgh, EH8 8ER, UK
For more information about the Programme or about fundraising, please contact:
Kim Ward (Diversity and Fellowship Programme coordinator):
UK bank transfer
For people in the UK to make a single payment by bank transfer or a regular payment by bank transfer with a Standing Order, please make payments to the following account:
Account name: Edna Holt Memorial Bursary Fund
Account number: 65482760
Cooperative Bank plc
SORT code: 08 92 99
Paying by Paypal
For people outside the UK and in the UK who wish to pay by PAYPAL or use PAYPAL to pay by credit or debit card, please click here:
For UK tax payers it is possible to increase the value of the donation by completing a Gift Aid declaration form. Please do this if it applies to you, it will increase the donation by 25% at current tax rates.