MSc Counselling - Full Time

Master

En Lincoln (England)

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Descripción

  • Tipología

    Master

  • Lugar

    Lincoln (England)

  • Duración

    2

In the first term of the programme, and informed by the reflective scientist-practitioner model, students are introduced to counselling theory and ethics, and are taught and practice counselling skills. Due to the course leading to a professional qualification in counselling, much of the learning is experiential where students can develop their counselling skills as well as how to apply theory to their work.

The primary theoretical and philosophical approach the programme teaches in the person-centred approach with an emphasis upon the importance of intersubjectivity and the therapeutic relationship. In the second term students can gain practical experience as trainee counsellors, learn about relevant clinical research paradigms, and are introduced to methods for reliably assessing a client’s response to counselling, including the use of measurement tools such as questionnaires.

The second year will focus on the MSc, where students can develop a range of research skills and engage in a research project in relation to counselling.

Following completion of the PG Diploma Counselling (first year), students can apply for individual registration with the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy (BACP) pending completion of professional practice hours.

Información importante

¿Qué objetivos tiene esta formación?: This programme provides opportunities for students to develop their knowledge and skills as a counsellor, and is especially suited to those considering a career as a practising counsellor. Counselling is a talking therapy with two major strands: firstly, helping people cope with emotional and relational difficulties and, secondly, facilitating personal growth.

¿Esta formación es para mi?: Following successful completion of the PG Diploma at the end of the first year, students can apply for individual registration with the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy (BACP) pending completion of professional practice hours.

Students completing the full MSc may choose to pursue a career in research and academia.

Requisitos: First or upper second class honours degree. All offers made to those still completing a BA/BSc are contingent upon applicants meeting these requirements. Candidates are required to have experience of working in a helping and caring role in either a paid or voluntary capacity. This experience should demonstrate the candidate’s ability to support individuals in distress and also engage in listening and communication skills. Applicants will be required to pass an enhanced DBS clearance.

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Ubicación

comienzo

Lincoln (Lincolnshire)
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Materias

  • Approach
  • Teaching
  • Psychotherapy
  • Full Time
  • Development
  • Creative
  • Professional Practice
  • Methods
  • Theory
  • Reflective practice
  • Quantitative

Temario

Master's Level
  • Counselling Skills in Action (Core)
  • Measurement and Evaluation of Effectiveness and Change (1) (Core)
  • Measurement and Evaluation of Effectiveness and Change (2) (Core)
  • MSc Thesis (Core)
  • Person Centred Approaches to Growth (Core)
  • Professional Practice Hours (Core)
  • Reflective Practice (Core)
  • Theory-Practice Links: Integrating Theoretical Systems of Psychotherapy (Core)
  • Working Professionally as a Counsellor (Core)
How You Study

The programme is designed to develop students' theoretical knowledge, therapeutic competency, and formation as a professional counsellor. In the first term, students will have teaching for four days a week that will focus on development of core counselling skills and acquisition of theory. In the second term, teaching will reduce to two days a week and students will also be expected to develop their skills as a professional counsellor through engaging in a placement.

Teaching and learning will be developed through a range of methods, including:

Lectures
  • Problem- based learning
  • Workshop-type based interactive learning
  • Experiential learning activities
  • Professional Practice hours

Información adicional

Full time

PG Diploma: 1 year Msc:2 Years

Fee

Home/EU
£9,000

Home/EU
(including Alumni Scholarship** reduction)
£7,200

International
£16,000

International
(Including International Alumni / Global Postgraduate Scholarship** £2,000 reduction)
£14,000

Part-time Home/EU - £50 per credit point

Part-time International - £89 per credit point

MSc Counselling - Full Time

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