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Psychological Therapies and Mental Health

Applied Cognitive Behavioural Therapy Skills for Practice

Price: Degree £1200 / Masters £1000
Venue: City Campus
Date: 23 January 2020
Course Info
The module introduces students to CBT as an approach for working with people. It will develop a critical understanding of key concepts, clinical frameworks and the current evidence-base for CBT. In skills practice sessions students will be able to build competence to transfer skills into their area of practice and critically reflect and evaluate on their relevance and impact.  


*COURSE WILL RUN SUBJECT TO SUFFICIENT INTAKE NUMBERS
Suitable for:
This module is suitable for mental health workers, nurses, counsellors or other health care professionals who work with people and are able to apply skills in practice.
Duration:
One Semester
Academic Credit:
Yes

Applied Motivational Interviewing Skills in Practice

Price: Degree £1200 / Masters £1000
Venue: City Campus
Date: 5 March 2020
Course Info

This module aims to introduce students to motivational interviewing as an approach to working with people. It develops a critical understanding of key concepts to support advanced behaviour change, clinical frameworks and the current evidence base for motivational interviewing. To develop and apply motivational interviewing skills into the students’ areas of practice and critically reflect and evaluate on their relevance and impact.

*COURSE WILL RUN SUBJECT TO SUFFICIENT INTAKE

Suitable for:
This module is aimed at students working as counsellors or in the health and social care sector, such as mental health workers, nurses, occupational therapists, dietitians and social workers, for example. 
Duration:
One Semester
Academic Credit:
Yes

Supervision in Practice

Price: Degree £1200 / Masters £1000
Venue: City Campus
Date: 24 January 2020
Course Info
This module is relevant for counsellors, psychotherapists, psychologists, nurses, men-tal health nurses and other mental health workers, who would like to explore supervi-sion in depth. The principal models and theories of supervision used within contempo-rary practice will be identified, and the different contexts and approaches to supervi-sion will be evaluated.
Students will also analyse and reflect upon their own experience of supervision, as well as developing a deeper understanding of the integration of ethics in the supervi-sion process.
There will be tutor led presentations, seminars, and small group practice, which will enable participants to experience the application of supervision.
Suitable for:
This module is suitable for mental health workers, nurses, counsellors or other health care professionals who work with people and who access or provide supervision as part of their practice.
Duration:
One Semester
Academic Credit:
Yes
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