University of Chester
This course aims to equip practitioners with the skills needed by drawing on a number of evidence-based interventions that can be used within a brief framework; the focus of the course is on the application of skills to the practice area; students learn skills in brief, group and creative therapies, as well as family interventions and cognitive behavioural approaches.
Applicants must hold a professional qualification in the field of health/social care (e.g. OT, nursing, counselling and social work); applicants must be working in a clinical setting with access to both a client group and a clinical supervisor; they must provide evidence of their ability to study at level 7; applicants are subject to interview.
Compulsory modules: Interview of multi-method therapy; multi-method therapy in practice; practice-based portfolio; optional modules: independent study; brief therapy interventions in mental health; family approaches in mental health; alternative developments in CBT; creative interventions in mental health.
Assessment methods include case studies, reflective accounts and demonstration of skills application.
|Qualification||Study mode||Start month||Fee||Course duration|
|Campus name||Town||Postcode||Region||Main campus||Campus||Partner|
|Riverside Campus||Chester||CH1 1SF||North West|
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