This course will enable students to acquire a comprehensive training in counselling psychology, which confers eligibility to apply for HPC registration as a Counselling Psychologist and Chartered membership of the British Psychological Society; enable students to work as competent, reflective, and ethically sound counselling psychologists who can provide high quality professional services through the skillful and creative application of a broad range of psychological knowledge and extensive, self-reflective practical experience and enable students to create new knowledge and understanding in research and practice which will contribute to the development of the profession of Counselling Psychology.
The relational model: Foundations, philosophy, ethics, skills; person-centred or humanistic approaches; cognitive-behavioural approaches; psychodynamic approaches; integrative approaches; foundations of professional practice; assessment, diagnosis and clinical disorders; research methods (qualitative and quantitative); personal development (personal therapy and experiential group work); placements and clinical supervision; doctoral research project.
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A 2.1 degree in psychology, and experience of working in an emotionally demanding helper role; candidates are required to complete successfully the pre-programme module offered by the institute.
Postgraduate Qualification (PsychD)
University of Roehampton
Psychology (General), Psychological Counselling, Counselling Skills (Specialist)
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