Full-time: 13 months / Part-time: 26 months
The MSc mental health and clinical psychology offers the opportunity to graduate with a Masters degree oriented towards particular interests in the field of mental health and clinical psychology, with a distinctive emphasis on the experiences of people who live with distress. A particular focus will be on psychosocial approaches to the study and ´treatment´ of mental distress, in both clinical and community settings. This will involve exploring the social and cultural context from which mental distress occurs, and the responses of those who have experienced distress first hand. Experts by experience (sometimes referred to as service users) will be heavily involved in the delivery of the course, and the design of the overall course structure. Jacqui Dillon (chair of the Hearing Voices Network) will be a consultant throughout the design and implementation of this unique programme.
2:1 Honours degree in Psychology or allied field such as neuroscience, social work, nursing, medicine or psycho-social studies.
Introduction to clinical and community psychology
Research methods in psychology
Psychosocial interventions and treatments
Experts by experience
Introduction to clinical skills
We have placed employability at the heart of the psychology courses and the teaching and learning ensure you develop skills valuable to future employment. You´ll benefit from an annual psychology specific careers day, clear signposting of skills development within modules, and career and skills development opportunities from the School and across the University.
You could go on to work in a number of areas including clinical psychology, psychotherapy, care coordination, social work, mental health nursing, and occupational therapy. The course could help with senior roles and responsibilities, management and supervision, or senior roles within charities or NGOs.
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