University of Bedfordshire

      Family and Systemic Psychotherapy MSc

      University of Bedfordshire
      In Luton

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      Typology Postgraduate
      Location Luton
      • Postgraduate
      • Luton
      Description

      About the course Critical and reflective examination of systemic theory is at the heart of this course, and you will also focus on the application of a systemic framework to practice and research. You study different approaches to therapeutic work across a range of subjects and client groups, including adult mental health, individuals, couples, children and families. You will also sharpen your own critical responses to discourses relating to power, difference and diversity, and develop the skills needed to address issues of discrimination. This course is delivered in partnership with the Institute of Family Therapy in London. Intermediate qualifications available: Postgraduate diploma – credits at Masters level Choose Family and Systemic Psychotherapy MSc and: Study through a combination of lectures, group exercises and activities, and in addition to focusing on resear.

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      Luton
      University Of Bedfordshire Business School, Luton Campus (Vicarage Street), LU1 3JU, Bedfordshire, England
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      Luton
      University Of Bedfordshire Business School, Luton Campus (Vicarage Street), LU1 3JU, Bedfordshire, England
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      · Requirements

    • Applicants should have a good undergraduate degree at Honours level, or equivalent.
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      What you'll learn on the course

      Discrimination
      Psychotherapy
      Psychotherapy
      Discrimination

      Course programme

      The Research component of the course encourages independent learning, providing you with an opportunity to develop your own professional practice interests in initiating and taking responsibility for a research project and dissertation, contributing to the development of knowledge within the systemic field. The course aims to help you develop your work with families and couples, to increase and consolidate your theoretical and clinical skills and your understanding of the use of the self in practice. The inclusion of a wide range of approaches is an important characteristic. It is part of the course philosophy to encourage you in the development of a critical approach to theory and practice examining the inequalities and differences for example of race, class, gender, and to encourage an ethical and anti-discriminatory approach to clients. Use of self and self-reflexive practice is a core aspect of training,
      A particular feature of the course are the Power and Diversity group plenaries, which support you in developing your understanding of issues of power and discrimination. These plenaries supplement and support the acquisition of these skills in your supervision group to apply this understanding in your therapeutic practice.
      Subject to the agreement of your agency, you will be expected to bring your own case material for discussion and video or audio recordings of your work. Where appropriate signed, informed consent will be obtained from families for this purpose. For review of work during the course through DVD consultation, the consent forms for therapy include consent to record and review for the purposes of training. The academic and experiential learning provided encourages you to develop a broad critique and to apply a range of interventions in family and other related contexts in which you have a professional role. .
      The course is the final stage of training leading to qualification as a family / systemic psychotherapist and eligibility to register with the UKCP.
      The part time structure of the course enables you to continue in your employment while you study. The combination of evening and day time study and its central location make it accessible geographically to students from different parts of the UK. Tutors and supervisors are all registered systemic psychotherapists and systemic supervisors, many of whom have a PhD, combining academic rigour which is also grounded in clinical practice, contributing to a rich learning experience. Units
      • Advanced Theory In Context (ASS) Compulsory
      • Clinical Practice: The Developing Therapist (ASS) Compulsory
      • Clinical Practice: The Maturing Therapist (ASS) Compulsory
      • Research Dissertation (ASS) Compulsory
      • Research Methods (ASS) Compulsory
      • Theory In Context (ASS) Compulsory

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