Counselling and Therapeutic Communication
The course has been designed to provide students from a range of professional contexts (health professionals, teaching, social work, youth and community work, clergy, probation etc.) with an opportunity to develop a depth of theoretical knowledge in counselling and psychotherapy; a primary focus of the course is to provide the academic foundations essential to the application of a range of helping skills in a variety of professional contexts.
Degree from a recognised university and current experience in either a professional or voluntary role that involves counselling/counselling skills.
Compulsory modules: Counselling theories; counselling and therapeutic framework; human growth and transition; research methods. Optional modules: CBT; organisational counselling; critical perspectives on counselling; working with children and young people; person centred theory; trauma management. Masters only: Dissertation.
|Qualification||Study mode||Fee||Course duration|
|MSc||Part-time||-||3 calendar years|
|Campus name||Town||Postcode||Region||Main campus||Campus||Partner|
|Jordanstown Campus||Newtownabbey||BT37 0QB||Northern Ireland|
028 7012 3456