The MSc in Cognitive Behaviour Therapy and Counselling at the University of Suffolk has been devised to provide a postgraduate level training in counselling and psychotherapy in both CBT and Time Limited Psychodynamic Counselling and is designed for students from core disciplines, for example, counselling, mental health nursing, social work or psychology.
The course design offers students a route towards professional accreditation with the BABCP to enhance their employability for roles in mental health, counselling and psychotherapy in a range of settings, including statutory, voluntary and private practice. For those who will wish to attain counselling accreditation for the first time the course will also fulfil the training requirements that enable students to apply for BACP registration and accreditation.
The first cohort of the course will begin this September with boards expected annually in January and July.
We are seeking an external examiner with academic experience of delivering Counselling courses at Masters level and clinical accreditation with the BABCP or BACP.
Please contact Simon Bransden, Assistant Quality manager, University of Suffolk, email@example.com