A key feature of the Doctoral Conversion Programme is the integration of research and practice as a core philosophy. Candidates on this programme are therefore expected to pursue doctoral level work in the context of some area of practice with which they are involved and through which they would both articulate and demonstrate a significant contribution to the fields of counselling psychology and psychotherapy.
MSc, BPS Chartered Psychologist status and/or HPC Registered CounsellingPsychologist statusHowever, as the award of DCPsych in the context of the validated Middlesex/Metanoia programme reflects a particular philosophy and way of approaching clinical work, we do require candidates on application to demonstrate the following:An integrative framework based on the theory and practice of the psychological therapies, and that draws on the literatures of both counselling psychology and psychotherapy;A sound knowledge of developmental theory, psychoanalytic concepts and psychodynamic principlesThe capacity to work at relational depth with clients that would include significant experience
Recipient: Metanoia Institute
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