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Recognition of the personal and social cost of unmet mental health need within primary care has led to a government-supported initiative to broaden access to psychological therapies, introducing the cutting-edge role of psychological well-being practitioners. This brings evidence-based cognitive behavioural treatments to all people who experience mild to moderate depression or anxiety.
You can study Psychological Well-being Practice (PWP) with us at one of two levels. Our Graduate Certificate is relevant for those without an undergraduate degree, who can demonstrate they have the skills to be able to study at level 6, and our Postgraduate Certificate is relevant for those who already have an undergraduate degree.
Our certificates in PWP enable you to work with people who
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Entry to the programme is through interview for a trainee PWP post in one of our local IAPT compliant partners. Roles are advertised via the NHS jobs website: View Website or other local IAPT compliant provider organisations. Employment as a trainee PWP is a pre-requisite for applying for the programme.
A NQF Level Three qualification (A Level or equivalent) and a demonstrated capacity to study at NQF Level 6 (Degree level study)
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