Advanced Counselling and Psychotherapy Studies
School - School of Health and Society
Subject area - Counselling and Psychotherapy
Start Dates(s): September
September (full-time and part-time)
MSc: One year full-time, two or three years part-time
PgDip: One and a half or two years part-time
PgCert: One year part-time
Part-time - £1,230 per 30 credit module
- Gain advanced skills in critical evaluation for complex psychotherapeutic situations
- Benefit from up-to-date thinking from experts in theory, practice and research
- Conduct publishable research that creates real impact
- Part-time study option
- International students can apply
This flexible course will enable you to advance your expertise in Counselling andPsychotherapy in the areas most relevant to your practice.
You will gain a deeper understanding of a range of psychological problems of varying degrees of severity and further develop your therapeutic skills.
The course further develops your critical understanding of the theoreticalknowledge which underpins practice and enhances your ability to critically appraiseresearch evidence.
To gain entry onto this course, you will need to be a qualified counsellor or psychotherapist and in practice.
This course will equip you with advanced knowledge relating to Counselling and Psychotherapy. The course has been structured to present you with opportunities to learn about different aspects of the lived experience and how these can be attended to therapeutically through brief and long-term interventions. The course will provide contexts to your work, from different perspectives that will enable you to consider more complex needs than is possible during initial Counselling and Psychotherapy training. Whatever your chosen focus of practice, each module will challenge you to extend your ability to critically inform the rationales for your work with clients at an advanced level.
The below is an example of how the modules are spread over the three-year part-time option. This may vary depending on the duration you choose.