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MSc Psychotherapy and Counselling

Two female students
With the increasing awareness of the importance of mental health in our everyday lives, more people are seeking out ways to improve their emotional well-being. The counselling and psychotherapy sector involves working in-depth with people, who have a range of different needs, to provide support and promote healing and well-being.
Upon successful completion of this programme, trainees will be eligible for UKCP registration as a psychotherapist (or psychotherapeutic counsellor) through the UPCA.

Graduates who wish to pursue suitably accredited postgraduate training in psychotherapy and counselling; including those who have completed introductory counselling or psychotherapy courses alongside degrees in allied subject areas. This is assessed on a case by case basis, via application and an in-depth interview process.

Key facts

Starts: October 2024

Level: Postgraduate (Level 7)

Length: 3 years (part-time) with 1-2 year post-Masters Accreditation Completion Programme

Venue: Westwood campus

Student profile

"The MSc in Psychotherapy and Counselling does challenge you to discover yourself but the experience is so worthwhile. I feel supported and I'm really enjoying the process."

Rachael, current student

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