MSc Psychological Therapies
The MSc Psychological Therapies programme provides practitioner level training in cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT) and interpersonal psychotherapy (IPT). This part-time programme has three exit points: the one-year Postgraduate Certificate, the two-year Postgraduate Diploma and the three-year MSc.
|Start date||September 2021|
|Length of study||2 - 6 years (part-time)|
|Programme director||Prof Liz Gilchrist|
|Closing date for applications||Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org|
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MSc Psychological Therapies (Full Time) - new for the academic year 2021-22
The full-time programme is aimed at applicants who are recent graduates or those looking for a change in career who do not hold a core clinical qualification or equivalent. The programme takes applicants from graduate status and provides general clinical skills training and specific CBT training. Further details can be found below.
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MSc Psychological Therapies (Full Time)
Centre for Psychological Therapies
The Centre for Psychological Therapies at the University of Edinburgh provides evidence based psychological therapies for children and young people in the community.
The Centre can offer clinical placements and supervision for students on the MSc Psychological Therapies programme. Email CPT@ed.ac.uk for further details.