To gain entry onto this course you should have a 2.1 honours degree or equivalent in psychology or another relevant discipline, including counselling, health sciences, nursing, criminal justice, law and police science.
Months of entry
This course provides advanced insights and knowledge of cutting edge practice and research about coercive control and behaviour and its development and effects on individuals, families and organisations. You will develop a deep understanding of the psychological processes involved in coercive and controlling behaviour across a variety of settings, including domestic relationships, human trafficking, and in groups and organisations.
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