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University of Southampton, Full Time Masters Degrees in Psychology

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The MSc in the Foundations of Clinical Psychology offers a curriculum in which the central aim is to provide an educational experience which sets the profession of Clinical Psychology into a European and International context. Read more

Summary

The MSc in the Foundations of Clinical Psychology offers a curriculum in which the central aim is to provide an educational experience which sets the profession of Clinical Psychology into a European and International context.

Home students will have an appreciation of international professional issues and international students will gain an understanding of how to apply the principles of clinical psychology to developing service provision in their home countries, as well as gaining an understanding of service provision within the UK.

The programme will serve as an academic stepping stone to completion of a PhD in Psychology and will supplement students’ experience for application to professional training offered by Doctoral Programmes in Clinical Psychology.

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This course conforms closely to the core curriculum put forward by the Division of Health Psychology; successful completion of such an accredited Master's is essential to take the next step towards chartered psychologist status; it is possible to take individual modules as freestanding continuing education programmes. Read more

Summary

This course conforms closely to the core curriculum put forward by the Division of Health Psychology; successful completion of such an accredited Master's is essential to take the next step towards chartered psychologist status; it is possible to take individual modules as freestanding continuing education programmes.

Modules

Applied research methods; psychology and the delivery of healthcare; psychosocial aspects of health; psychosocial aspects of illness and disability; dissertation; plus optional modules from: psycho-oncology; sexual health; introduction to cognitive behavioural therapy.

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This course provides a professional qualification and confers eligibility for Chartered Clinical Psychologist status, enabling students to work within the… Read more

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This course provides a professional qualification and confers eligibility for Chartered Clinical Psychologist status, enabling students to work within the NHS; students are funded, via employment, as trainee clinical psychologists with the NHS for the 3 years of training; the clinical component of the course reflects BPS requirements for core skills and competences; NHS clinical placement work covers the whole age range and level of severity of presentation.

Modules

Adult lifespan 1, including introductory skills; adult lifespan 2, advanced skills; children and adolescents; clinical research; introduction to CBT; learning disability; research and research training; plus NHS experience within adult clinical services (including older adults); child and adolescent learning disability and specialist services (eg psychosis, specialist psychotherapies, eating disorders, neuropsychology).

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The main aim of this course is to equip and motivate students to undertake high-quality research by providing advanced training and structured support; Read more

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The main aim of this course is to equip and motivate students to undertake high-quality research by providing advanced training and structured support; students are encouraged to work on their own initiative, applying newly acquired concepts, methods and skills to promote self-motivated learning; they use a problem-solving approach to create self-generated research questions relevant to a particular area of interest.

Modules

Critical review; multimedia presentation; qualitative study; research proposal; critical review; experimental study; multimedia presentation; survey study; dissertation thesis (comprising a literature review, empirical paper and appendices).

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This course extends the student's skills to include therapeutic work with complex cases and clinically relevant research; it is run in collaboration with the Hampshire Partnership NHS Foundation Trust. Read more

Summary

This course extends the student's skills to include therapeutic work with complex cases and clinically relevant research; it is run in collaboration with the Hampshire Partnership NHS Foundation Trust.

Modules

Cognitive theory and therapy; complex cases and personality disorders; severe mental illness and psychosis; practical work experience with people affected by complex difficulties (particularly personality disorders and psychosis).

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This Research Methods in Psychology (RMP) Master’s programme was developed to conform to the guidelines for ESRC recognition of postgraduate training. Read more
This Research Methods in Psychology (RMP) Master’s programme was developed to conform to the guidelines for ESRC recognition of postgraduate training.

The programme provides advanced training in a variety of research methods and data analytic techniques.
The main aim is to equip you to conduct research in your chosen field that is of high quality and impact. In order to promote self-motivated learning we have designed a programme in which you apply the skills you are taught to your own research questions. Therefore, in addition to classroom instruction, you will receive structured support as you develop your research questions, plan and execute the research, analyze the data, and prepare reports describing your findings.

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This course is most likely to be of interest to researchers and others wishing to develop their theoretical knowledge about CBT, without necessarily putting this into clinical practise. Read more
This course is most likely to be of interest to researchers and others wishing to develop their theoretical knowledge about CBT, without necessarily putting this into clinical practise. This course focuses on CBT knowledge and principles, and does not involve supervised practice. It may also be of value to those who wish to develop their skills but do not have current access to clients.

Modules are selected from the following: PSYC6088 CBT Theory and Skills II (compulsory), PSYC6104 Introduction to CBT Theory and Skills, PSYC6106 Evidence-based Treatments for Anxiety Disorders (short), PSYC6107 Evidence-based Treatments for Anxiety Disorders (long), PSYC6089 CBT for Depression

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If you wish to start using CBT in your practice, then this programme will provide you with a grounding in the application of CBT concepts and methods in therapeutic practice. Read more

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If you wish to start using CBT in your practice, then this programme will provide you with a grounding in the application of CBT concepts and methods in therapeutic practice. It will enable you to reach advanced beginner level on the CTS-R, represented by a score of 30 out of 72 (Blackburn, James, Milne & Reichelt, 2000).

Modules

PSYC6088 CBT Theory and Skills II, PSYC6095CBT Supervision 1: Introduction to Evidence Based Treatments for People with Axis I Problems, PSYC6102CBT Supervision 0: Basic Introduction to Evidence-Based Treatments for People with Axis I problems, PSYC6104Introduction to CBT Theory and Skills

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Modules are selected from the following. Read more

Modules

Modules are selected from the following: PSYC6106 Evidence-based Treatments for Anxiety Disorders (or 10 CATS version), PSYC6107 Evidence-based Treatments for Anxiety Disorders (or 20 CATS version), PSYC6088 CBT Theory and Skills II, PSYC6089 CBT for Depression, PSYC6092 CBT for Personality Disorders, PSYC6091 CBT for Psychosis, PSYC6095 CBT Supervision 1: Evidence-Based Treatments for People with Axis I Problems (Anxiety and Depression), PSYC6096 CBT Supervision 2: Disorder-Specific Treatments for people with anxiety disorders, PSYC6097 CBT Supervision 3: Evidence-Based Treatments for People with Depression, PSYC6098 CBT Supervision 4: Introduction to Working with People with Personality Disorders, PSYC6099 CBT Supervision 5: Further Skills for Working with People with Personality Disorders, PSYC6100 CBT Supervision 6: Introduction to Working with People with Psychosis, PSYC6101 CBT Supervision 7: Further Skills for Working with People with Psychosis, PSYC6125 Supervisory Skills Module, PSYC6126 Working with SIM

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