The Counselling Psychology offers students the opportunity to develop knowledge of the theory of counselling, develop advanced counselling skills and integrate self-awareness into helping relationships. The programme also enables students to examine the biological, cognitive, developmental, individual difference and social psychological principles underlying everyday experience and behaviour, and then focusing on a wide range of client issues as well as ethical issues in Counselling Psychology.
The programme is designed to take students from the core discipline knowledge of theory and empirical findings relevant to human behaviour to an in-depth understanding of counselling psychology with the opportunity to conduct an independent dissertation project. On successful completion of the three year programme students will graduate with a BSc level degree and have the sound transferable knowledge, practical, analytical and technical skills that are highly marketable in a wide range of industries: e.g., counselling, academia, research, clinical, health as well as human resources, management, market research, communications, government and social research.
The course will be submitted for accreditation by the British Psychological Society (BPS).
Award: BSc Professional Qualification 3 Years Full Time Taught in English