School of Health in Social Science

MSc Psychological Therapies

The MSc in Psychological Therapies programme provides practitioner and supervisor level training in IPT and CBT. With a special, but not exclusive, focus on childhood and adolescence, the programme is suited to practitioners working with children, young people and adults.

Start date September
Length of study 2 - 6 years (part-time)
Programme director Dr Corinne Reid
Closing date for applications Please contact msc.therapies@ed.ac.uk

Have a question about the course?

Contact the programme director

Who is this programme for?

This new programme provides practitioner and supervisor level training in IPT and CBT. With a special, but not exclusive, focus on childhood and adolescence, the programme is suited to practitioners working with children, young people and adults.

Programme aims

The programme aims to:

Programme content and structure

Teaching is delivered through a mixture of workshops, lectures and seminars, individual and peer supervision, supplemented by individual and group online tasks.

Entry requirements

Entry requirements for applicants:

Fees and funding

This programme is invoiced at course level.

Career opportunities

Graduates can expect to gain employment in clinical services or private practice as mental health practitioners.

How to Apply

Please ensure you have read the entrance requirements for this programme and are confident of meeting the criteria before applying online. If you have any specific enquiries regarding the programme, please contact Clara Shaw, the programme secretary: Email: msc.therapies@ed.ac.uk Phone: +44 (0) 131 650 3037

Information for applicants with offers

Welcome to the MSc Psychological Therapies. You are joining a university with a world-class reputation for research and teaching, in a vibrant, cosmopolitan and beautiful city.

Meet our Staff

Our academic and support team are experts in their fields