Mental Health and Psychosocial Support Education/Capacity Building
SCOPE OF WORK
MIDMAR Organization seeks to contract a training service provider specialized in mental health and
psychosocial support education/capacity building with accredited certificates. MIDMAR Organization
seeks to contract a training service provider specialized in mental health and psychosocial support
education/capacity building with accredited certificates. Based on these terms of reference (TOR)
document, the eligible service provider should have the following:
‐ Have a team of specialized psychotherapists.
‐ Proven experience in mental health interventions and culturally adapted psychotherapeutic
modalities to practice.
‐ The ability to provide training in counseling and psychotherapy services in Arabic.
‐ The authority and ability to provide accredited certificates for the trainees (One of the main
criteria of the training service provider is the ability to provide an accredited certificate for this
‐ Ability to prepare all reports about the progress of trainees’ training and educational situation.
The roll-out phase of the diploma will be divided into three semesters distributed on 12 months as
1. First semester (Knowledge part) (2 months /75 hours at least): During the first semester, the
students will receive remotely provided lectures on the headlines mentioned in the Knowledge
part of the Diploma.
2. Second semester (Training part) (4 months / 130 hours at least): During the second semester, the
students will receive remotely provided training on the topics mentioned in the skills part including
the training techniques (Brainstorming, role play, groups discussions, etc.).
3. Third semester (Practice & supervision) (6 months / 172 hrs. at least): The third semester will
include practicing basic CBT directly in the field with supervision, as the trained students will
practice basic CBT with actual cases under direct supervision from a CBT expert in regular basis.
During the third semester (Practicing milestone), each student is required to practice basic CBT
and submit 4 closed cases. Each case will be provided with 8 sessions on average (One hour for
each). The cases will be selected and discussed with the CBT supervisor, after that, the students
must submit 4 cases by the end of the third semester with the following conditions:
‐ Attended more than 80% of the group and individual supervision sessions.
‐ All the submitted 4 cases are closed after receiving 6-8 sessions (Drop out cases will not be
‐ All of the submitted cases documentation are in place (Tools, forms, pre & post-test, etc.).
To receive regular direct supervision during the third semester, the students will be divided into
4 groups, each group of them will receive regular supervision during the third semester will be as
‐ Group supervision remotely provided by the CBT expert on a bimonthly basis.
‐ Individual/shadowing supervision in the field for each student as shadowing on a