Taught course

Psychotherapeutic Approaches in Mental Health

Institution
Bucks New University · Faculty of Society and Health
Qualifications
MSc

Entry requirements

A typical offer will be made to nurses and allied professional at Band 6* and above or ST4-ST6 psychiatrists in training. Professionals from other disciplines such as social work are welcome to apply depending on their level of clinical experience and the appropriateness of their work setting to the content of the course. *Some senior Band 5 grades may be considered for the course on individual merit and with full support from their line managers/educational leads.

Months of entry

September

Course content

This innovative, multi-disciplinary masters degree has been created for mental health and other professionals who are interested in developing skills and competences in psychotherapeutic approaches with complex cases and personality disorders within generic and forensic settings.

A collaboration between West London Mental Health NHS Trust and Buckinghamshire New University, the course provides the conceptual tools, their application to clinical work, a specialised group experience and a research dissertation to equip participants to orient themselves to the complex reality of their roles in mental health organizations.

By focusing on individual, group and institutional dynamics, this training is specifically designed to explore the preconditions for maintaining boundaries, ensuring relational security and delivering coherent, effective treatment interventions.

Graduates will have the equivalent to the Institute of Group Analysis Introductory Course.

Qualification and course duration

MSc

part time
24 months

Course contact details

Name
Recruitment & Admissions
Email
Admissions@bucks.ac.uk
Phone
0330 123 2023