Years 1 and 2: Theoretical foundations of addiction and counselling psychology; therapeutic counselling theory and practice; professional practice in addiction counselling; advanced addiction psychology; advanced theory and practice in therapeutic counselling; research methods in professional practice. Year 3: Research project in addiction psychology/therapy (Master's only).
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Applicants normally have a professional, employment or voluntary work interest in addiction but won't necessarily be graduates; however, graduates with an interest in the psychology of addiction and seeking a career in counselling, are particularly interested in this programme; some work experience in health, community and social services settings is normally required.
Postgraduate Qualification (PgDip)
London South Bank University
Addiction Self Help, Mental Health / Addiction Nursing, Psychology (General), Counselling Skills (Specialist), Addiction / Substance Abuse: Support / Counselling
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