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 2018
Length of study 2 - 6 years (part-time)
Programme director Dr Corinne Reid
Closing date for applications Please contact msc.therapies@ed.ac.uk

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Who is this programme for?

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This programme provides practitioner and supervisor level training in IPT and CBT with a special, but not exclusive, focus on childhood and adolescence.

Programme aims

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The programme aims to develop and enhance applied clinical skills as applied to common mental health problems.

Programme content and structure

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

Entry requirements

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Entry requirements for applicants.

Fees and funding

Fees information for MSc Psychological Therapies.

Career opportunities

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

How to Apply

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Please ensure you have read the entrance requirements for this programme and are confident of meeting the criteria before applying online.

Information for applicants with offers

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