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Psychosocial Interventions

Course Description

This part-time UWS MSc in Psychosocial Interventions is innovative and flexible and the only one of its kind in the UK. The course at Ayr campus is aimed at health practitioners working with people with a long-term mental health or physical condition.

The UWS programme aims to prepare you to develop specialised clinical skills in the effective engagement, accurate assessment and formulation of the needs of people who experience long-term conditions including their significant social network. You will develop the skills to critically understand the principle concepts, theories and efficacy of psychosocial interventions within your own organisation.

Entry Requirements

The course is aimed at postgraduates who are qualified health practitioners, with a minimum of two years post-training experience of working in a clinical area and who have access to, or will be working with people, and families of people, with long-term conditions. Applications are also welcomed from individuals who lack a degree qualification but who may possess alternative vocational or professional qualifications plus substantial professional experience in the field.

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