BA Counselling and Psychotherapy Studies
Application deadlines: 15 January
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Intakes: September, January
International tuition: £12,700
Domestic tuition: £9,250
All lecturers on this programme are counselling/psychotherapy practitioners engaged in current practice. This ensures that the latest theories and skills are taught to course participants. There are many different theoretical approaches to counselling and psychotherapy and you can be assured that you will be taught by lecturers with knowledge and skills relating to the taught subject. You will consider what counselling and psychotherapy are as well as some of the contributing subjects that will help to expand knowledge in this field. Following this, you will be introduced to the three major theories that underpin counselling/psychotherapy work in today's society (i.e. cognitive behavioural, humanistic and psychoanalytic theories). You will expand your knowledge and develop skills in relation to each of these theoretical areas, in addition to developing knowledge about yourself through personal development. These skills will be put into a variety of contexts and will be underpinned by an increasing awareness of ethics and ethical principles in the way that counsellors/psychotherapists work. You will also develop your knowledge in relation to the research process and to how knowledge is formed.
This program can be done
1) UK qualification or international equivalent 2) IELTS: 6.0 with no score lower than 5.5 3) GCSE: 5 at grade C/4 including Maths & English or equivalent
You will be able to undertake a placement during Year 2 to help prepare you for the workplace. You will also have the chance to experience some of the ways in which counselling and psychotherapy are delivered abroad (i.e. an opportunity for international study). Graduates can work in a variety of fields. Some will wish to continue on to train as a counsellor and psychotherapist by undertaking the Postgraduate Diploma/MA in Integrative Psychotherapy (BACP Accredited); some wish to pursue work in the field of Mental Health by working as Psychological Well-being Practitioners (PWP’s); some pursue work by training as Registered Nurses in Mental Health, General Adult or Child branches; others pursue work by training to be Social Workers (the MA in Social Work); whilst others pursue a range of employment opportunities working with people in other ways.
Preston , United Kingdom