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Part time September MSc Part-time: 2 years

About the course

Please note that the next intake available for the Masters level of this programme is September 2019. We are recruiting for September 2018 to the PG Diploma level only or the PG Cert through programme MB9CO.

  • Develop your skills as a family therapist whilst gaining a masters in systemic psychotherapy
  • Study a highly regarded course that is‌ accredited by the Association of Family Therapy (AFT)
  • Register as a systemic psychotherapist or family therapist with the UK Council Psychotherapy (UKCP) after successfully completing this course, as long as you meet the UKCP’s requirements.
  • Advance your knowledge of research design and practice
  • Engage with an enthusiastic teaching team who have over 15 years’ experience teaching systemic psychotherapy

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Entry Requirements

In order to apply for this course you must have completed an AFT accredited Intermediate Level Systemic Training Course and have a reference from your Intermediate Level course.

Applicants will usually have a relevant professional training in one of the helping professions.

If you do not have to have a relevant professional qualification but have equivalent relevant experience and training you may be able to make an application through the APEL process.

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