MISPA’s course consists of two years, split into a first year of set classes which teach the core themes and skills of psychological astrology, and a second year where students will attend webinars on a variety of topics exploring different avenues of psychological astrology, counselling skills and other techniques to help them provide better astrological consultations and broaden their astrological knowledge.

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Download our Diploma Course Recommended Reading List for Year 1 here

Year One

Year One

Classes take place on a Tuesday. Time: 18:45-21:15 GMT/BST

Year One 2022/23 Dates

Each term consists of 7 classes. The topics covered are:-

Term 1

Tuesdays. Dates: 11 October – 22 November 2022.
Time: 18:45-21:15 GMT/BST

  • Introduction to Jungian psychology
  • The persona
  • Parental images and family dynamics
  • Complexes and projection
  • The shadow
  • Vocation
  • There is one supervision group.

Term 2

Tuesdays. Dates: 24 January – 7 March 2023.
Time: 18:45-21:15 GMT/BST

  • The anima and animus
  • Relationship astrology – synastry and composites
  • The psychology of transits, progressions and directions
  • Solar returns
  • There is one supervision group.

Term 3

Tuesdays. Dates: 25 April – 7 June 2023.
Time: 18:45-21:15 GMT/BST

  • Life cycles
  • The astrology of the collective
  • World astrology
  • The consulting astrologer
  • Chart narration
  • There are two supervision groups.

Students also get to pick one free webinar per term, they may attend extra webinars at a student rate.

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Year Two

Webinars and supervisions take place on a Sunday, Time: 15:30-18:00 GMT/BST

Each term will have six webinars each given by a different tutor or visiting lecturer. For current webinars see our webinar page.

There will be two supervision groups per term with students split into smaller groups with a separate tutor. Supervision groups are a time to share charts you are working on with the group to practice your skills and to ask for advice.
Each student will also have a one hour oral assessment with a tutor in the third term.

Topics covered will be varied with some covering special areas of interest of the lecturer, others looking at more core themes or exploring further the themes covered in Year One.

Year Two 2022/23 Dates

Term 1

Sundays. Time: 15:30-18:00 GMT/BST

  • Sun 2nd October 2022 – Student Staff Meeting
  • Sun 9th October 2022 – Carole Taylor: Interpreting the Whole Chart
  • Sun 16th October 2022 – No lesson
  • Sun 23rd October 2022 – Martin Moritz: The Descendant and Partner Choices
  • Sun 30th October 2022 – Safron Rossi: Soul-Making and the Sky Within: James Hillman and the Archetypal Psyche
  • Sun 6th November 2022 – Supervision Groups
  • Sun 13th November 2022 – Lynn Bell: Seeing Eye to Eye: the Astrology of Brothers and Sisters
  • Sun 20th November 2022 – Shawn Nygaard: Another Look at Chiron & the Archetypal Wound
  • Sun 27th November 2022 – Darby Costello: When there are two sign rulers: What to do?
  • Sun 4th December 2022 – Supervision Groups

Term 2

Dipolma Course astrology

8 out of 10 Sundays. 22nd Jan – 2nd April 2023. Time: 15:30-18:00 GMT/BST

Term 3

8 out of 10 Sundays. 30th April – 2nd July 2023. Time: 15:30-18:00 GMT/BST

Full details of this term’s webinars can be found here

Webinar topics are different each year and may include, but are not limited to, subjects such as:-

  • Current Cycles
  • Generational Cycles
  • Planetary Archetypes
  • Signs and Houses
  • Aspects
  • Techniques and Ethics of Forecasting
  • Relationship Astrology
  • Interpretation Techniques
  • Astrology in the World
  • Body/Mind, Illness, Health
  • Myths
  • Counselling Skills
  • Other techniques such as Horary, Midpoints, Harmonics etc.

On completing the required number of classes, webinars, supervision groups and an oral assessment the student is entitled to receive the MISPA Certificate of Completion in Psychological Astrology.

After completing the certificate, the student is entitled to take the MISPA Diploma in Psychological Astrology, with permission to use the letters Dip. MISPA after passing the Diploma exam.

In order to be awarded the MISPA Diploma in Psychological Astrology the student must present a one and a half hour oral exam to at least two tutors, demonstrating their skills with a client over a series of sessions. An extra fee is payable for the Diploma exam. All requirements will be discussed with a course tutor before taking the exam.

The MISPA Diploma Course is a recognised course of the Association of Professional Astrologers International (APAI) and Diploma holders are eligible to become members of the association.

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