Taught course

Integrative Psychotherapy

University of Limerick · Faculty of Education and Health Sciences

Entry requirements

Candidates will be expected to possess: -A minimum of an approved one-year training in counselling skills at foundation level and either -An appropriate Bachelor's Degree (Level 8), normally 2.2 or higher, in the human sciences, such as social science, philosophy, psychology, the health sciences, education etc. or -An equivalent professional qualification at level 8: candidates in this entry group must be able to demonstrate an ability to study and write at Graduate Diploma level All candidates will be subject to a competitive selection process involving short-listing, individual and group interviews.

Months of entry


Course content

Programme Content - Graduate Diploma
Semester 1: Therapeutic Relationships 1, Therapeutic Group Process 1
Semester 2: Therapeutic Relationships 2, Therapeutic Group Process 2, Therapist Factors in Psychotherapy (Summer School)
Semester 3: Professional & Organisational Issues, and Psychosocial Crisis, Client Factors in Psychotherapy
Semester 4: Research Methods in Psychotherapy , Advanced Therapist Factors in Psychotherapy, Client Factors That Influence Psychotherapy (Summer School

Programme Content - MA
Semester 1: Research Methods in Psychotherapy 2, Professional Placement 1
Semester 2: Psychotherapy Integration, Professional Placement 2, Therapeutic Relationship - The Transpersonal Experience (Summer School)
Semester 3: Dissertation 1, Professional Placement 3
Semester 4: Dissertation 2, Professional Placement 4

Qualification and course duration


full time
18 months


full time
18 months

Course contact details

Gerry Myres