Regent's University London

Counselling Psychology DPsych

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Regent's University London
In London (England)

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Tipologie Postgraduate
Ort London (England)
Dauer 3
Beginn September 2020
  • Postgraduate
  • London (England)
  • Dauer:
    3
  • Beginn:
    September 2020
Beschreibung

The DPsych programme aims to develop highly-skilled, well-rounded, self-aware psychological practitioners and researchers who will make a valuable contribution to the profession, both inside and outside the consulting room. A successful graduate of the DPsych meets the standards and competencies set by the Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC) and the British Psychological Society (BPS), and is eligible for registration and chartership with those bodies. The DPsych programme is committed to producing practitioner psychologists who are well prepared to meet the needs of each client and to utilise individualised formulation and intervention, while never losing sight of the relationship at the core of the endeavour. To support this, the DPsych gives training in three approaches to therapy: existential-phenomenological, cognitive-behavioural, and psychodynamic. The principal model of the programme is existential-phenomenological psychotherapy, one of the foundational influences in the profession of counselling psychology. Existential-phenomenological approaches and counselling psychology emphasise subjective, lived experience; recognise the importance of dialogue; and take a holistic, relational view of human nature and of psychological difficulties. Irrespective of the modality employed, we encourage and develop a “pervasive existential sensibility” in our trainees’ therapeutic work. This programme is validated by the Open University, UK. More information about the Open University validation. In January 2016, a redesigned DPsych was validated by the OU and accredited by the BPS for a five-year period.   Register for an Open Evening Why should I choose this programme? Counselling psychology trainees at Regent’s have the opportunity to work towards a professional qualification with a highly experienced programme team who are collegial, passionate about the profession, and who...

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Welche Ziele verfolgt der Kurs?

Study methods The DPsych at Regent’s has been commended by the British Psychological Society for its collaborative approach to learning and for its creative, innovative teaching methods.  Descriptions of each module and its assessments are shown below.   The ultimate assessment occurs in the form of a viva voce on your doctoral portfolio, which consists of an introduction; client study, process report, and reflection from Clinical Seminar in year 3; and a doctoral research thesis (maximum 40,000 words).   View module descriptions and assessment information   Programme Team The DPsych programme has a team of experienced lecturers, all of whom are also involved in clinical practice and in research and/or scholarship.   Dr. Elaine Kasket is the current Head of Programmes for Counselling Psychology; Dr Anna Butcher is Course Leader (Academics); Dr. Russel Ayling is the Course Leader (Research); Dr. Simon Whalley is...

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London
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Inner Circle, Regent's Park, NW1 4NS

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Guillaume Fontaine
24.04.2019
Über den Kurs: I am more clear in my mind and thoughts that which sector I want to focus on more. I have learned a lot from here. The exprience has been exceptional forme and I adore every moment and time spent here
Kurs abgeschlossen: April 2019
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Was lernen Sie in diesem Kurs?

Counselling Psychology
Psychology
University
Workshops
Research
Focusing
Additional
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Optional
Special
Trimesters

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Length

The DPsych training takes place over three years of full-time study. Each training year consists of three trimesters of 10 weeks per term (including one reading week), with optional 'week 11' workshops focusing on research and other special topics.

For more details contact the Head of Programmes for Counselling Psychology, Elaine Kasket, on kaskete@regents.ac.uk or the Course Leader, Anna Butcher, on butchera@regents.ac.uk or attend an open evening.

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Clinical Placement

Throughout your training you will be undertaking clinical placements for a minimum of one day per week, where you will practise as a trainee counselling psychologist and be clinically supervised. In addition, some trainees undertake additional clinical supervision to support their practice, and Regent’s provides clinical seminars throughout the training where client material may also be discussed. Throughout your training, you will keep a detailed detailed placement records that will be reviewed and discussed with your personal tutor at Regent’s; your clinical supervisors will also prepare evaluations of your professional and personal competencies.

Our trainees work in a variety of settings: NHS psychological services, to include primary and secondary care settings and community mental health teams; drug and alcohol contexts; clinics for eating disoders, autistic spectrum disorders, and other specialist settings; student counselling services; and other charitable and organisational settings.

Doctoral Portfolio

Your doctoral training culminates in the submission of a three-part doctoral portfolio, which is examined by viva voce.  This doctoral portfolio consists of an introduction; a combined clinical case study/process report/reflection from your third-year coursework; and a research thesis of no more than 40,000 words.

Modules

Year 1

  • Counselling Psychology Theory & Practice
  • Counselling Psychology Research I 
  • Ethical & Professional Issues 
  • Tutorials: Preparation for Professional Practice
  • Existential Approaches in Counselling Psychology 
  • Counselling Psychology Research II 
  • Counselling Psychology Settings & Contexts 
  • Professional Practice I 
  • Critical Psychopathology 
  • Working with Difference & Discrimination 
  • Cognitive-Behavioural Approaches in Counselling Psychology 
  • Professional Practice II 

Year 2

  • Cognitive Behavioural Approaches 2: Third Wave 
  • Professional Practice III 
  • Psychodynamic Approaches in Counselling Psychology 
  • Professional Practice IV 
  • Philosophical & Psychological Perspectives on Human Issues 
  • Professional Practice V 
Year 3
  • Advanced Counselling Psychology Workshops I: Influencing and Leading
  • Doctoral Research Clinic 
  • Professional Practice VI 
  • Advanced Counselling Psychology Workshops II: Measurement & Evaluation 
  • Clinical Seminar: Pluralistic & Integrative Working 
  • Professional Practice VII 
  • Advanced Counselling Psychology Workshops III: Specialisation & Employability 
  • Viva Preparation & Independent Study 
  • Professional Practice VIII 

 View module descriptions and assessment information