The MSc in Integrative Psychotherapy is an accredited training programme with the United Kingdom Council for Psychotherapy (UKCP). The course offers those wishing to become psychotherapists the opportunity to study at MSc level, and enables existing therapists to learn and train at a deeper theoretical and clinical level that will develop and advance their skills and knowledge as an Integrative Psychotherapist, with UKCP accreditation as the final goal.
You’ll be encouraged to become a reflective practitioner. To provide the depth of training necessary, you’ll be required to attend the university one day a week through each year of training.
What's covered in the course?
The course prepares you to practise safely and effectively within the context of psychotherapy, adhering to the UKCP ethical framework.
Students on the course bring a wide range of experiences and knowledge, and one of our core aims is to create an atmosphere of critical self-analysis and learning that will strengthen and nurture a deeper understanding of your self-integration as a psychotherapist.
The course is managed and taught by experienced and practising clinicians that bring the reality of client experience into the training.
Psychotherapy is a postgraduate profession and candidates are required to demonstrate that they are able to work at postgraduate level.Candidates that do not hold the required academic entry requirements will need to demonstrate through their life experiences and previous endeavours that they are able to commit successfully to study at post graduate level.
Recipient: Birmingham City University
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