MSc in Applied Psychology (Healthcare) For Children and Young People
The MSc in Applied Psychology (Healthcare) for Children and Young People is a taught Masters programme. It trains psychology graduates to become competent practitioners in psychological assessment and interventions with children, young people and families presenting with mild to moderate mental health difficulties.
This programme offers a combination of academic and clinical skills teaching with a full-year clinical placement in a Scottish NHS Child and Adolescent Mental Health Service. Successful applicants will be employed as a trainee Clinical Associate in Applied Psychology for one year by a Scottish NHS board. Successful completion of the MSc in Applied Psychology for Children and Young People will allow graduates to apply for Clinical Associate in Applied Psychology (Children and Young People) posts.
Event on 29th June for applicants from ethnically minoritised backgrounds
Are you from an ethnically minoritised backgound and want to work with children and young people in mental health? Would you like to hear more about the clinical associate training and tips on applying? We are running an event on Wednesday 29th June at 7.30pm, sign up here.
|Length of study||One year, full-time only|
|Programme director||Dr Fiona Duffy|
|Opening date for applications for February 2023 entry||Wednesday 22nd June 2022 Apply now|
|Closing date for applications for February 2023 entry||Wednesday 13th July 2022 at 12 noon|
Further information about the programme can be found here.
The next intake for this programme is February 2023