Masters Programs in Psychotherapy

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Psychotherapy

A masters degree in psychotherapy program takes two to three years and seeks to impart knowledge to students on a number of areas, all intended to provide the students with the techniques that are necessary in the improvement of an individuals’ overall mental health.

The masters program is an appealing program for people who are interested in pursuing careers as therapists, counselors, or psychotherapists. With mental illnesses more common than people tend to think, a masters degree in psychotherapy ensures that it provides the society with competent medical professions to handle the mental illness cases in the society. Some of the various theories taught to students in the program include: trauma theory, intersubjectivity theory, self psychology, and memory systems theory. These theories are taught with a focus that is centered around self, the emphatic mode of listening, unconscious traumatic memory systems and notions of boundary formation.

A masters degree in psychotherapy prepares graduates for careers in a variety of fields. One of the main fields the graduates are prepared for is counseling. The theoretical aspects are balanced with the practical application of the techniques taught in the program.

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Master of Arts in Counseling Psychology, Concentration in Expressive Arts Therapy

California Institute of Integral Studies
Campus Full time September 2017 USA San Francisco

At CIIS, expressive arts therapy refers to a therapeutic approach with individuals, couples, families, groups, and community-based programs that integrates a wide range of arts modalities in the service of human growth, development and healing. [+]

Masters in Psychotherapy. Master of Arts in Counseling Psychology, Concentration in Expressive Arts Therapy The Expressive Arts Therapy Program is still accepting applications for Fall, 2015! What is Expressive Arts Therapy? At CIIS, expressive arts therapy refers to a therapeutic approach with individuals, couples, families, groups, and community-based programs that integrates a wide range of arts modalities in the service of human growth, development and healing. It takes a multi-arts or multimodal approach, integrating painting, drawing, sculpture, dance/movement, music, drama, ritual, poetry, and prose within therapeutic encounters. Expressive arts therapists seek to build a compassionate, supportive, and culturally-sensitive relationship with clients. The expressive arts become the medium through which clients can explore and potentially transform emotional, social, spiritual, and relational issues; identify strengths; and experience new creative insights. Expressive arts therapy processes are used successfully in almost all psychotherapeutic contexts, ranging from work with people faced with chronic and persistent mental health challenges, to the facilitation of human growth and potential. Mission The EXA@CIIS program educates and trains the future leaders of the Expressive Arts therapy field. We use the power of the arts as tools for human development & healing, psycho-spiritual growth, social change, and empowered self-agency. This This is accomplished through an innovative Scholar-Artist-Practitioner model bridging gaps between academic knowledge, clinical practice and community engagement with the arts at the center. Our faculty considers each student to be a unique contributor to the learning community due to their diverse backgrounds, experience and interests. A Comprehensive Training in Counseling and Psychotherapy The Expressive Arts Therapy program integrates a thorough education in theories and methods of psychotherapy with intensive training in expressive arts therapy. This three-year full-time program covers individual, group, couples, and family therapy, and includes a year-long practicum under the supervision of licensed mental health professionals who are also expressive arts therapists. The training meets the educational requirements for California's Marriage and Family Therapy (MFT) license and is also designed to meet the educational requirements to become a Registered Expressive Arts Therapist (REAT) with the International Expressive Arts Therapy Association (IEATA). A Range of Theoretical Frameworks The principles of liberation psychology and relational-cultural theory (RCT) provide overarching theoretical frameworks for the curriculum. The EXA program also provides students with foundational knowledge and skills of the major schools of psychotherapy through multicultural and feminist lenses. These include contemporary psychoanalytic and psychodynamic approaches; Jungian; existential-humanist; cognitive-behavioral; mindfulness-based; narrative and constructivist; as well as a range of family systems approaches. The program places a high premium on sensitivity and responsiveness to the needs of the very diverse communities of the Bay Area in terms of race, ethnicity, religion, gender, sexual preference, differing abilities, and socioeconomic status. This is reflected in all aspects of the formal curriculum as well as in our approach to pedagogy in the classroom. Multiple Expressive Arts Approaches There are multiple theoretical foundations for an expressive arts practice. At CIIS, students have an opportunity to receive foundational training in a wide range of expressive arts approaches. The most established approaches include person-centered, movement-centered, intermodal, and narrative and collaborative expressive arts therapies. Hands on Learning CIIS EXA students typically complete their clinical fieldwork in the third year, beginning in the fall semester and ending the following summer. In the first year, students begin receiving hands-on training in-class as well as visiting and interviewing practitioners in the community. The program also maintains partnerships with community organizations, including GLIDE's Family Youth & Child Center and Contra Costa Health Services, to offer students additional opportunities to practice prior to their third year clinical fieldwork. Learning Outcomes EXA is a dynamic program weaving the arts across the curriculum, enabling students to: Demonstrate capacity to integrate a range of expressive arts practices into psychotherapy with individuals, couples, families, and groups; with sensitivity to differences including gender identification, sexual orientation, race, ethnicity, differing abilities, socioeconomic status, and spiritual and religious practices Translate expressive arts interventions and processes into standard psychological language, and vice versa Articulate when expressive arts approaches are appropriate and when they may be contraindicated within particular clinical situations Demonstrate capacity to weave together expressive arts and recovery-oriented principles and practices into treatment Demonstrate personal growth and development through the use of expressive arts practices Demonstrate ability to conceptualize and intervene holistically (addresses body, mind, and spirit) Admission to the Program Because we believe that individuals can tap into an innate healing power, our curriculum explores interconnections between spirituality and creativity. One of four programs in the world that concentrate in this specialty, ours brings together the therapeutic arts-visual, musical, dramatic. CIIS' intensive training combines coursework with individual and group expressive arts psychotherapy, plus a yearlong clinical practicum. Students come from all over the world to enroll in our three-year program. They work in a variety of psychotherapeutic contexts, and in a wide range of business and professional settings. Our coursework meets the academic requirements for California's Marriage and Family Therapy (MFT) license and is designed to meet the educational requirements to become a Registered Expressive Arts Therapist (REAT) with the International Expressive Arts Therapy Association (IEATA). [-]

Master of Arts in Counseling Psychology, Concentration in Drama Therapy

California Institute of Integral Studies
Campus Full time 2 years September 2017 USA San Francisco

The CIIS Drama Therapy program is one of only three master's programs in the United States both regionally accredited and approved by the North American Drama Therapy Association, and is one of only a handful of such programs in the world. [+]

MA in Counseling Psychology with a Concentration in Drama Therapy Freedom and possibility are two key words that begin to describe the essence of drama therapy. Life is finite; there are only so many experiences we can have. But in drama, the opportunities and options are endless, enabling us to dive more deeply into the richness of life. And when the dramas are authentic and "real," they have the power to affect, and even alter, our real lives profoundly. For the past thirty years, we have been investigating how therapeutically adapted dramatic processes work over time to heal wounds, facilitate lasting change, and help people reach their highest potential. -Renée Emunah, Program Founder/Director The program allowed me to tap into the limitless storehouse of compassion, imagination, play, and resiliency inside of me and helped me channel all that into my fullest potential as a therapist and human being. It was an all-encompassing and transformative experience. As a storyteller, scholar, and now clinician, the impacts of the Drama Therapy program at CIIS will continue to serve me professionally and reverberate through me and those with whom I come into contact. -Aileen Cho, Program Alumna, MA (2012) One of my most life changing experiences! The Drama Therapy program at CIIS gave me the personal and clinical resources I needed to become a skilled therapist, while remaining in touch with my artist self. -Dorothy Lemoult, Program Alumna, MA (2011) The CIIS Drama Therapy program is one of only three master's programs in the United States both regionally accredited and approved by the North American Drama Therapy Association, and is one of only a handful of such programs in the world. CIIS is internationally recognized as housing one of the world's most highly developed and rigorous training programs for drama therapists. FOR FALL 2016 ADMISSION THE APPLICATION DEADLINE WILL BE IN JANUARY 15, 2016 Admission opens November 15th, 2015. All application materials need to be submitted by January 15th, 2016. Interviews will take place in late February and early March, 2016. About the Program The Drama Therapy Program at CIIS is one of the only master 's level programs accredited in the field nationwide. Our aim is to take students on a challenging and compelling personal and intellectual journey toward deeper levels of understanding and developing competence in drama therapy. Our commitment is to provide a serious, multilayered training in using this potent medium ethically, respectfully, and skillfully. Faculty and students delve into the complexities, subtleties, and possibilities of drama therapy. Coursework is sequenced and progressive. Theoretical, practical/clinical, and experiential formats are incorporated. Small, action-oriented classes within a cohort model support students' personal development and a sense of community. While many people come to our program already personally familiar with the transformative power of drama, even the first semester of the program reveals new dimensions to the field and gives a glimpse of the vast range of exploration ahead. An integral part of the program is on-site clinical training and supervision at a wide range of possible placement sites. Interns receive individual weekly supervision on-site by a licensed clinician, as well as small-group supervision at CIIS with a Registered Drama Therapist (RDT). In their final semester of the program, students take an Integrative Seminar which supports the development of a capstone project. This final project may be a theoretical article, a live, self-revelatory (therapeutic) theater performance, or a DVD documenting a drama therapy treatment process. All formats are presented publicly to a community of peers, family, and friends, leading to a sense of culminating achievement in the program. CIIS is accredited by the Western Association of Schools and Colleges (WASC). The program follows the academic guidelines set forth by the North American Drama Therapy Association and meets academic requirements for registry as a drama therapist (RDT). The program also fulfills academic requirements for Marriage and Family Therapist (MFT*) licensure in the state of California. Coursework preparing for licensure as a Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor (LPCC) is also available. *Please note that in order to become a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, you must also complete 3,000 hours of internship in addition to your educational requirements. You will graduate from our program with between 700 and 1,000 hours that will count toward licensure. Apply to the Drama Therapy Program We seek (and seem to attract!) creative, motivated, mature students who have already demonstrated a strong interest in the integration of theater and therapy. Integrity, introspection, and dedication are all essential attributes. Our students come to the program from around the world. Applicants must have a background in drama/theater and a minimum of two undergraduate psychology courses. Volunteer or paid work experience in human services is strongly recommended. Diversity We encourage and embrace diversity in our program, and place a high value on having students from a variety of racial and cultural backgrounds; other representations of diversity (including age range) are also important to us. We look at each applicant holistically, and if you feel passionate about this field, we welcome your application. Admission Requirements THE DEADLINE TO APPLY FOR THE FALL SEMESTER IS JANUARY 15. Admission is for the Fall semester only. Those applicants who are selected to interview will be invited to San Francisco for interviews that are held in late February to early March. Admissions Application Non-refundable $65 Application Fee Degree Requirement: An undergraduate degree (BA, BS, or BFA) from an accredited college or university. Transcripts: Official transcripts from all accredited academic institutions attended within the United States. Transcripts must arrive in their official, sealed envelopes. Autobiographical Statement: A five to seven page (12 pt font, double-spaced) introspective essay in which you reflect on significant childhood and adult life experiences that have affected your personal development. Goal Statement: A one page (12 pt font, double-spaced) statement of your educational and professional interests, goals or passions. Two Letters of Recommendation: From academic advisors, professors or professional supervisors. Recommenders should use standard business format and include full contact information-name, email, phone number, and mailing address. Resume/Outline: A one to two page outline listing your background/experience (if any) in: (1) theater (2) psychology (3) human services work, and (4) creative arts therapy. Academic Prerequisites: Two undergraduate psychology courses from an accredited college or university are required. They may be in progress during the application process. Interview: Individual and group interviews by invitation from the admissions committee. International students and individuals who have studied at institutions outside the US and Canada may have additional requirements. [-]

Master of Arts in Counseling Psychology, Concentration in Community Mental Health

California Institute of Integral Studies
Campus Full time 3 years September 2017 USA San Francisco

CIIS has trained MFT's since 1973 and graduates have had one of the highest pass rates on the MFT exam, with a 96% pass rate. Since 1973 the Master's in Counseling Program has responded to changes in the field. [+]

Masters in Psychotherapy. Master of Arts in Counseling Psychology, Concentration in Community Mental Health CIIS has trained MFT's since 1973 and graduates have had one of the highest pass rates on the MFT exam, with a 96% pass rate. Since 1973 the Master's in Counseling Program has responded to changes in the field. Community Mental Health evolved out of this trend in providing innovative educational opportunities and the changing needs in the field. In order to better meet the changing landscape of public mental health, CIIS was an early adapter of the CMH curriculum, and as such, a pioneer in developing master's level coursework and specialty training for those interested in careers in public mental health. In the spirit of the Mental Health Services Act stakeholders in the public mental health system were invited to the table to help plan the needs of master's level counseling students. This included working with local public mental health; community-based organizations; consumers; community members; and service providers. Out of this work the CMH program developed the following program goals: CMH will provide strong clinical training built on Psychodynamics, Humanistic Mindfulness, and Family Systems Therapy Trauma-informed therapies; Recovery and resiliency models of treatment; Social justice perspectives, and Community psychology theory and praxis. CMH trains students with a strong theoretical base to be proficient as licensed, independent mental health practitioners either as a licensed MFT or LPCC. These skills include: Assessment, diagnosis, prognosis and treatment planning; Outcomes Evaluation; Cultural Humility; Best Practices; and Practice-Based Evidence. The CMH program models itself on the public mental health model, providing opportunities for peer-based support and services; Wellness Recovery Action Planning for students; community meetings; and access to MHSA-based support services for students of color; LGBT students; consumers of public mental health services and their family members; and veterans. We welcome a diverse cohort of students to come together to learn to become licensed therapists, clinical case managers, change agents within the mental health system. Our trainees and graduate students are consistently sought after in the public mental health system and in community organizations. We welcome you to become part of the next generation of students trained and ready for system transformation. Statement of Diversity: Diversity and the recognition of multiple perspectives is a core value of the Community Mental Health Program at CIIS. We celebrate and embrace these diverse perspectives as a source of strength, creativity and relevance in our field. Our differences and how we each live those differences - be they of race, ethnicity, gender, religion, sexual orientation, gender identity, age, socioeconomic status, abilities, experiences and more - enhance our ability to achieve the Institute's core mission to embody spirit, intellect, and wisdom in service to individuals, communities and the Earth. We do this by framing our studies in the context of social justice, liberation psychologies and including, respecting, and valuing the voices of the communities we serve in our students, staff, faculty and where we provide service. Training Clinical Training The clinical training component of the CMH program is fully integrated into the Master's degree program. In the first year students will have assignments which bring them into agencies and programs to learn firsthand what is happening in community mental health in our area. In year two (see below) students will begin to gain experience and deliver services and in year three they will take clinical practicum courses. It is in practicum that students begin, with supervision, to engage in therapy with clients. Each student plays a key role in identifying sites for field work and clinical practicum. The CMH office and the Field Placement team are ready and eager to help students make good choices. Once made, those choices must be approved by the Director of the CMH program and the Director of Field Education Year 2- Clinical Field Study (2-units) Over the course of two semesters students will engage in (2) one-unit courses that will introduce the student to clinical fieldwork. Students will explore the development of professional identity, client engagement, client advocacy, psychosocial education and case management. Completion of the course will require attendance in weekly classes plus 6-8 hours per week of documented fieldwork in an approved site. Year 3- Clinical Practicum (4-units) Over the course of two semesters students will engage in (2) two-unit courses that will enhance clinical training in the practicum. Students will continue their development of professional identity as the student learns to become a psychotherapist and integrate what is learned in the classroom with the experience at the practicum site. Completion of the course will require attendance in weekly classes plus 16-20 hours per week of documented training in an approved site. Students must complete a minimum of 500 qualifying BBS hours between their fieldwork and practicum training, but may complete as many as 1300. The remaining qualifying hours may then be accrued post-graduation. Apply to the Community Mental Health Program About the Program Taking a systemic approach, this 60-unit, three-year program integrates the fundamentals of intensive and supplemental case management with an emphasis on counseling, cultural competence and a public sector practicum. Delivered in a variety of formats, the curriculum graduated students job-ready for high-demand public sector careers and prepared to sit for Marriage and Family Therapy licensure. Designed in collaboration with leading mental health providers, this program meets critical needs: Therapeutic A growing number of clients with multiple diagnoses require a different level and type of therapy. Cultural The profession needs more practitioners from diverse backgrounds who are culturally competent and bilingual or multilingual. Professional Nearly 70 percent of San Francisco's public mental health work force will retire within the next 10 years-a trend that is echoed throughout the state and the nation. Admissions Requirements Admissions Application: The online application can be found on the school website. Non-refundable $65 application fee Degree Requirement: An undergraduate degree (BA, BS, or the equivalent) from an accredited college or university. Transcripts: Official transcripts from all accredited academic institutions attended within the United States. Transcripts must arrive in their official, sealed envelopes. Goal Statement: A one-page statement of professional goals and objectives that shows demonstrated commitment to the field of community mental health. Resume Autobiographical Statement: A four-to-six page (typed, double-spaced) introspective autobiographical statement emphasizing how you arrived at your current commitment to work in the area of community mental health and describing life experiences that have led to your decision to apply. Two Letters of Recommendation: Letters of recommendation will be accepted from academic advisors, professors, professional supervisors, or someone able to attest to your ability to undertake the work required for your program. Recommenders should use standard business format and include full contact information-name, email, phone number, and mailing address. International students and individuals who have studied at institutions outside the US and Canada may have additional requirements. Candidate Selection In selecting candidates for admission, the program considers the following factors to be desirable: a background, interest, and demonstrated commitment to public and community mental health (work or volunteer), and evidence of a commitment to achieving positive health outcomes in these settings. Alternatively, experience in community planning, community organizing, and/or social justice in a paid or volunteer position will be helpful, as well as sufficient personal stability, and energy to become an effective therapist, and academic records that indicate probable success in completing graduate studies.The statement of professional goals and objectives submitted with the application form should address these issues. In addition to the above considerations, the program seeks individuals who exhibit the interpersonal communication skills required of psychotherapists.These include a congruence of feelings and action, an ability to listen and attend, a willingness to be self-reflective, and an openness to evaluating and changing behaviors and attitudes.As the program operates on a cohort model, students are interviewed about their goals, objectives, and experiences.These interviews aim to create a cohort of students who can support, motivate, and sustain one another during the seven semesters of study. [-]

Master in Clinical Physiology - Cardiology (MSc)

Middlesex University London
Campus Full time Part time 1 - 2 years October 2017 United Kingdom London + 1 more

Cardiac physiologists record and analyse physiological data to diagnose and treat cardiac disease. They play an essential role in healthcare, saving many lives and improving many more. Cardiac physiologists in hospitals deal with patients first hand, meaning they need not only highly specialised knowledge and excellent analytical abilities but good people skills. [+]

Why study MSc Cardiac Physiology at Middlesex? Our Biomedical and Biological Science courses have a burgeoning international reputation, due to our world-class research in areas including biomarkers, public health and biomodelling. The university is home to the Centre for Investigative and Diagnostic Oncology, which has pioneered techniques for cancer diagnosis and treatment, including our breakthrough in the development of a vaccine for bladder cancer. Our teaching and research facilities surpass those at some UK medical schools, and our course will provide you with both in-depth practical experience and comprehensive, up- to-date theoretical knowledge. Our specialist clinical physiology laboratory houses a wide range of diagnostic equipment and is run by experienced practitioners. As well as attending practical classes in the lab, you'll be able to use it for independent study and research, and will have access to specialist journals. Course highlights - As well as a sound knowledge of how different problems affect the heart, and modern diagnostic and research techniques, you'll develop the critical analysis skills needed for literature reviews and an understanding of relevant ethical issues. - Our unique leadership and management module will give you additional skills to help you progress up the career ladder. You'll cover leadership and management theory, health and safety, quality control, research and statistical methods. - Our staff are supportive and hands-on – ever-ready with advice on your studies, they're also known for their strong pastoral care and for going the extra mile for their students. All our teaching staff are involved in research and many are pioneers in their own field. - The course will also improve your IT, numeracy, research, communication, teamwork, managerial, presentation and problem-solving skills. - As a student of this course you'll receive a free electronic textbook for every module. [-]

Master's Degree In Counseling And Family Mediation

Universidad Pontificia De Salamanca
Campus Full time 1 year September 2017 Spain Salamanca

The practice of Guidance and Family Mediation has been institutionalized in various countries of Europe and America. Recognized and recommended by the Council of Europe [+]

Masters in Psychotherapy. Program Description The practice of Guidance and Family Mediation has been institutionalized in various countries of Europe and America. Recognized and recommended by the Council of Europe (R.1974 - R.1980), as well as comprehensive plans to support the family of the Spanish government and various autonomies, is a response to the complex situation that is currently the family and is configured as a specialized and interdisciplinary social service. The novelty of this official university Master (Official Title published in the Official Gazette on February 7, 2014) is offering triple degree. Based on a common basic training in both specialties, they are later articulated in accordance with the methodology, content and practices that are specific to each of them. The Family counselor It is a specialist with specific methods, helps the individual, the couple and the family, to strengthen internal and external resources so that the ties that bind family members are appropriate and effective. When the case requires, other specialists involved. The Family mediator is a specialist with own methods, directs the mediation process and in all those conflict situations that are formed by difficulties that block processes agreement among family members. His intervention in the processes of separation or divorce promotes the collaboration of the parties in establishing agreements to facilitate compliance with their parental responsibilities and strengthening ties in the family, it helps the person, the couple and the family to strengthen internal and external resources so that the ties that bind family members are appropriate and effective. When the case requires, other specialists involved. GOALS Train specialized professionals in the field of marriage and family, trained for the exercise of counseling and family mediation. Offer the possibility to practice in numerous services, both private and public: employment in educational areas, NGOs, health centers, the CEAS, social services, municipalities, Family Associations ... Transmit the methods and techniques as well as the legal, psychological, educational, social and ethical knowledge, which are required for the exercise of the profession. Form in the theoretical and practical knowledge necessary for future professional mediation, acquire the skills required in the Laws of Mediation Autonomous Communities. Scientifically study and analyze, in an interdisciplinary framework, issues affecting marriage and family. Contribute to the development of the theme of the family in the university setting. Provide advice and guidance to individuals, couples and families who require it. Collaborate with the social institutions that intend to serve the family within the Spanish State and the various autonomies. Collaborate with institutions internationally, REDIF, in order to develop projects and research programs and exchange of training. Professional Profiles: family counselor, family mediator. Curriculum Psychology of the couple and the family (3 ECTS) Anthropology, sociology and ethics of marriage and family (3 ECTS) The conflict between the couple and the family (3 ECTS) legal framework of marriage and family (9 ECTS) Family Guidance Methodology (6 ECTS) Family Practice Guidance (3 ECTS) Family Mediation methodology (6 ECTS) Practice of Family Mediation (3 ECTS) Orientation and Family Mediation Practicum (18 ECTS) Family Mediation Practicum in the Classroom (6 ECTS) Family Counseling Practicum in Institutions (6 ECTS) Family Mediation Practicum in Institutions (6 ECTS) Master's Thesis (TFM) (6 ECTS) Methodology: Classroom practicum is done at the Center for Family Guidance UPSA; Centers Family Support the City Council and Community of Madrid; Lawyers Acevedo. Duration and price One academic year: September to May Start Date: September 2016 Price: 4,500 € (75 € credit) Places available: 25 Location: Salamanca Contact: cc.familia@upsa.es [-]

Masters Degree In Psychotherapy Anthropological Basis

Universidad de Salamanca
Online Part time 20 months September 2017 Spain Salamanca

The very title in Masters in Psychotherapy Anthropological base is formed to develop the characteristics of listening and understanding of conflicts and vital and relational deficits plaintiffs psychological and psychotherapeutic intervention by proposing a framework of reflective and interactive activity that is not intended to direct the imposing life informant how things should be done but to discover, release ... [+]

Masters in Psychotherapy Anthropological basis The very title in Masters in Psychotherapy Anthropological base is formed to develop the characteristics of listening and understanding of conflicts and vital and relational deficits plaintiffs psychological and psychotherapeutic intervention by proposing a framework of reflective and interactive activity that is not intended to direct the imposing life informant how things should be done but find, liberate and properly focus the emotional, cognitive and behavioral fields for testing the appropriate degrees of freedom responsible progressively be able to discover their personal authenticity and direct your life. The graduate will have a comprehensive training that includes knowledge, skills and attitudes to function as a responsible professional, free, critical, ethical, effective and efficient in different work areas that concern them. The program participant will gain knowledge of: Anthropology: cultural processes, psychological factors of culture, specific characteristics of the human species, anthropological models and model of integral anthropology developed by Luis Cencillo. Psychology: the specific area of ​​the psychic, cognitive possibilities of science, epistemic organization psychology, epistemic possibilities of psychodynamic processes, theory of person and personality (density, unity, structure and dynamics), ethical foundation, personal profile, realization and personal rights. Psychotherapy: vulnerability of the person and lability of behavior, mental disorders and their keys, dynamic psychotherapy, configuration and articulation of the therapeutic process, treatment and attitude of the therapist, classic and current psychoanalytic authors, psychotherapeutic models. Philosophy, anthropology of knowledge and epistemology (the problem of knowledge, subjectivity, object, phenomenology and qualification of knowledge). Admission Criteria Open to degrees in psychology, medicine, philosophy, Nursing, Physiotherapy and all branches of social education and health and related degrees, all profile disciplines requiring graduate training related to the acquisition of skills linked to the overall performance person, then not only takes into account the psychological budgets, but also the anthropological assumptions, sociological, semic and comunicológicos involved and influence the pathogenic mismatches. Teaching type Our educational model is as central to the student. It is implemented asynchronously and 100% online, so the / students can connect and learning activities independently of time and space. The educational process is carried out in a Virtual Campus designed based on the most modern pedagogical principles, favoring an efficient connectivity between students, teachers and administrators. The courses are developed according to a defined academic calendar, which allows the entire group of students progress at the same rate until the conclusion of the program. Each course or subject is run by a teacher or specialist, expert teacher in it. Before starting the training process, the / students receive their data to the virtual campus as well as a next-generation iPad device, through which they have immediate access to academic activities conducted on campus. During the first two weeks of school the / students participate in an induction course where know in detail the educational process, learn to use the virtual campus and install the eBooks that are used in each subject. Each course lasts for five weeks and before starting the next matter is contemplated a week of recess. All materials have learning activities and evaluation activities to be performed weekly, among them are: reading scientific literature specialist, forums, online quizzes and assignments. In developing each subject interaction between students and teachers it is promoted by participating in discussion forums, case studies and accomplishment of tasks. The / the students can request support from your teacher at any time of year. Each subject includes audiovisual recordings of the main content, eBooks, complementary digital library resources, access to a virtual library with thousands of books available and synchronous video conferencing with the / the teachers who aim to facilitate the construction of knowledge and resolve doubts arise. The / students who do not have time and time availability to participate in videoconferencing, can then access the recorded version. Title Upon completion of the Master, the University of Salamanca delivers the / participants who have met all admission requirements and passed all the courses and the final dissertation, the following proper title: Master of Psychotherapy Anthropological basis Support and Guidance The quality of the academic and administrative processes is monitored in each of its phases, thanks to the integration of all computer systems. Both teachers and students are continuously monitored in order to support them in fulfilling their duties and obligations. For this it has an enhanced group of professionals at the Center for Care of / the students and teachers, who quickly resolve all doubts, questions or difficulties arising in the development process. [-]

Master in Psychology

University of Geneva
Campus Full time 4 semesters February 2017 Switzerland Geneva

The Master in Psychology is a second-cycle programme that allows students to gain in-depth knowledge of specific fields in psychology. Students can choose from four different study plans. For each study plan, students are required to select one or two specializations out of the six specializations offered by the Faculty: affective psychology, applied psychology, clinical psychology, cognitive psychology, developmental psychology and social psychology. [+]

Masters in Psychotherapy. Master in Psychology The Master in Psychology is a second-cycle programme that allows students to gain in-depth knowledge of specific fields in psychology. Students can choose from four different study plans. For each study plan, students are required to select one or two specializations out of the six specializations offered by the Faculty: affective psychology, applied psychology, clinical psychology, cognitive psychology, developmental psychology and social psychology. STUDY PLANS: Intergrative clinical psychology This study plan requires students to specialize in clinical psychology and a second specialization of their choice (affective, cognitive, developmental or social psychology). Applied psychology This study plan requires students to specialize in applied psychology and a second specialization of their choice (affective, cognitive, developmental or social psychology). Basic psychology This study plan requires students to specialize in two areas of basic psychology (affective, cognitive, developmental or social psychology). In-depth research in psychology This study plan requires students to select two areas of specialization (affective, cognitive, developmental or social psychology). New study regulations will come into force in September 2017. The programme will address psycho-educational approaches and educational settings involving handicaps. Details will be posted on the website during the 2016-2017 academic year. The first three study plans require students to complete an internship worth 15 credits; this may include internships in institutions, research internships in labs, and practical and theoretical workshops. The fourth study plan (In-depth research in psychology) does not include an internship; instead, students are required to carry out a more significant research project (dissertation and presentation worth 45 credits as opposed to 30 credits). This fourth study plan is aimed at students who are particularly interested in research and may wish to pursue their studies in a PhD programme. Each study plan also requires students to complete various methodological courses. Curriculum The Master in Psychology, 4 curricula: Intergrative clinical psychology Applied psychology Basic psychology In-depth research in psychology Mobility Students may go on exchange regardless of how many credits they have completed at the Faculty. Students may earn up to 60 credits while on exchange for one or two semesters. www.unige.ch/exchange Opportunities A Master in Psychology leads to a number of opportunities in a variety of fields, such as child, adolescent or adult clinical psychology, neuropsychology, health-care, research, education, prevention, training, communications, gerontology, human resource management, guidance and career counselling. Admission Criteria A Bachelor in Psychology or an equivalent degree. In some cases, additional courses may be necessary to fulfil the requirements of a given concentration. They may be taken before or concurrently with Master-level courses, according to the file. Applications Deadline for Fall Semester: 30 April 2017 (28 February 2017 for applicants who require a visa under Swiss Confederation regulations) Deadline for Spring Semester: 30 November 2017 (30 September 2017 for applicants who require a visa under Swiss Confederation regulations) www.unige.ch/enrolment http://admissions.unige.ch [-]

Master In Clinical Educational Psychology And Institutional

Grupo Tiradentes
Campus Full time 450 hours March 2017 Brazil Aracaju

Technical visits to even closer the reality of post-graduate student of the area where you want to act. Exchange with classicists entities, public authorities, schools, Institutional Intervention Project. Career advice (coaching): at the end of the course, tracing goals and preparing students for professional growth. [+]

Differentials Course Technical visits to even closer the reality of post-graduate student of the area where you want to act. Exchange with classicists entities, public authorities, schools, Institutional Intervention Project. Career advice (coaching): at the end of the course, tracing goals and preparing students for professional growth. Goals GENERAL OBJECTIVE The objective of this course is to qualify the educational psychology professional so you can plan and engage in learning problems in clinical and institutional perspective SPECIFIC OBJECTIVES Train new experts within the psychopedagogical action in the institution, larger discussions about the nature of the subject of the learning process, considering all the protagonists of educational activity (students, teachers, parents, coaches and school institutions directors); Provide theoretical and practical basis for performing diagnostic and development work strategies in addressing learning problems in the institutional context; Differentiate critically inadequacies related to school, family and / or social contexts as stakeholders in the process psychopedagogic TARGET AUDIENCE Pedagogues, teachers, psychologists, audiologists. METHODOLOGY Will be used according to the nature and desirability of each subject, various methods such as case studies; games and simulations; conferences; lectures; seminars; directed studies; group work; practical classes in schools; debates; development of institutional intervention projects, workshops, participation in events. [-]

Master In Psychology Applied To Health

Grupo Tiradentes
Campus Full time 363  March 2017 Brazil Aracaju

It offers an interdisciplinary training, allowing students to understand the necessary psychology interfaces with other disciplines, for a proper understanding of the human phenomenon. It provides a solid basic training, with a broad view of psychology, which enables the professional flexibility to adjust their skills to the specific demands of work contexts in Health. [+]

Masters in Psychotherapy. Differentials Course It offers an interdisciplinary training, allowing students to understand the necessary psychology interfaces with other disciplines, for a proper understanding of the human phenomenon. It provides a solid basic training, with a broad view of psychology, which enables the professional flexibility to adjust their skills to the specific demands of work contexts in Health. It offers a pluralistic training, to improve the understanding of the psychological phenomena, considering the multitude of methodological theoretical perspectives built by Psychology. Goals A graduate in Applied Psychology Health aims to qualify and equip professionals in the health field, with knowledge of the subjective processes health x disease of individuals and groups, promoting the ability to meet the contemporary needs of different levels of promotion health and psychological practices. So that they can contribute to the analysis of the specific demands of your target audience. TARGET AUDIENCE This course is for professionals from various fields who work or who are interested in seeking qualification to work with psychology in different fields. METHODOLOGY A graduate in Applied Psychology Health was designed in three modules (basic module, module Technical, Specific Module), all structured in a logical and consistent with the aim of training, integrating all important knowledge areas. For better utilization of the participants the constant subjects in modules will be conducted through lectures, in which will be discussed theoretical and practical aspects, including case studies discussions, being always encouraged the active participation of students, as well as the previous reading the content to be taught. [-]

Master of Advanced Clinical Physiotherapy

University of South Australia
Online & Campus Combined Full time Part time 1 - 2 years January 2017 Australia Adelaide + 1 more

This program is a coursework Masters degree with a tailored offering responding to the advanced learning needs and goals of qualified physiotherapists. The program is offered with the flexible delivery of a combination of external and internal study. [+]

The Master of Advanced Clinical Physiotherapy program is a coursework Masters degree with a tailored offering responding to the advanced learning needs and goals of qualified physiotherapists. The program is offered with the flexible delivery of a combination of external and internal study. The eight courses (36 units) which make up this Master’s program have been developed to meet the competency requirements of the national special groups of the Australian Physiotherapy Association and in turn of College of Physiotherapists. Areas of tailored self-directed and directed study can be negotiated and may include but not are not limited to paediatrics, neurology, cardiorespiratory, rehabilitation and women’s health physiotherapy. Contemporary health care and clinical practice require therapists' reasoning and practice to be critical, reflective, patient-centred and evidence-based. It is the aim of this program to provide physiotherapists with focussed physiotherapy education to enable them to develop an advanced level of evidence-based practice. Unique features of the program include: advanced education in clinical theory and practice including active, passive and educative management with practical skills supervision provided in intensive blocks as required; dedicated core courses in evidence-based practice, range of electives available to suit diverse interests and backgrounds of students including pain mechanisms, and pain assessment, rehabilitation and management available; dedicated clinical course in selected areas of practice in intensive blocks. The Master of Advanced Clinical Physiotherapy (Sports) enables qualified and experienced physiotherapists to gain advanced theoretical knowledge and clinical skills in the field of sports physiotherapy. It aims to provide physiotherapists with an advanced qualification in sports physiotherapy practice through advancing their knowledge, clinical skills and application of evidence based practice. IMPORTANT NOTICE Under the Health Practitioner Regulation National Law (South Australia), all students enrolled in this program must be registered with the relevant National Board either as general registration or limited registration under supervision. The registration process is undertaken by the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA) with the University providing notification to AHPRA following a student’s enrolment in the program. [-]

Music Therapy

SRH University Heidelberg
Campus Full time 2 - 4 semesters October 2017 Germany Heidelberg

Our department works closely with the German Centre for Music Therapy Research. These are optimal conditions for learning the scientific foundation behind the use music in healing the sick. In [+]

Master - Music Therapy

 

Our department works closely with the German Centre for Music Therapy Research. These are optimal conditions for learning the scientific foundation behind the use music in healing the sick. In our music therapy training clinic, students are able to apply their knowledge in direct contact with the patients. Our main treatment methods are various, and range from chronic pain to adjustment disorders, tumors and strokes. We have particularly specialised in the outpatient treatment of children with headaches, delayed speech and development, behaviour problems, autism and tumors.

 

 

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Masters in Psychotherapy and Counselling (M.P.C.)

Indian Board of Alternative Medicines
Online Part time 2 years Open Enrollment India Kolkata

The language of instruction for this course is English. It takes two years to complete but depending on the ability and performance of the [+]

Indian Board of Alternative Medicines (Department of Distance and Continuing Education): The Indian Board of Alternative Medicines offers distance learning alternative medicine courses at undergraduate and postgraduate diploma, degree and doctoral level to students from India and around the world. Based in Calcutta (Kolkata) in  West Bengal,  we are an internationally-recognized holistic medicine training institute. Our correspondence courses cover a range of alternative medicine disciplines including: Acupuncture; Medicinal Herbalism; Naturopathy; Reiki Therapy; Reflexology and Yoga & Massage. Master's in Psychotherapy and Counseling - (M.P.C) Degree Program:  The language of instruction for this course is English. It takes two years to complete but depending on the ability and performance of the student, it may be completed in a shorter duration. This course is open to graduates from any stream. Lessons on all the seven subjects of each year are sent by air mail. A M.P.C. Certificate and Marksheet is awarded to the successful students. Course Content: - First Year: Anatomy and Physiology; Fundamentals of Psychology; Developmental Psychology; Psychopathology and Mental Health; Counseling and Health Psychology; Counseling Techniques and Assessment; Marriage and Family Counseling  - Second Year: Principles and Techniques of Psychotherapy; Behavior Therapies; Psychotherapies; Clinical Assessment; Psychological Tests for Assessment; Stress Management; Research Methodology and Statistics  Examination: The student is allowed a certain amount of time to study the lessons following which question papers are mailed to the student.  There will be fourteen papers and the student will be asked to answer the same at  their place of residence. All the question papers have to be solved and the answers sent to the Institute for evaluation. [-]

Master in Cognitive Neuroscience and Neuropsychology

University of Algarve
Campus Full time 2 years September 2017 Portugal Faro

The Master's program equips the student with the necessary knowledge and skills to practice in the field of neuropsychological assessment and rehabilitation (professional specialization in Neuropsychology) and to develop a research career in Cognitive Neuroscience and Neuropsychology (both specializations). [+]

Masters in Psychotherapy. The Master's Program in Cognitive Neuroscience and Neuropsychology has two specializations: Neuropsychology (limited to candidates with a BSc degree in Psychology); and Cognitive Neuroscience (open to applicants with a background in Psychology and related sciences). The Master provides in-depth knowledge about the brain and the wider nervous system and their relationship to cognition and behavior in normal and pathological conditions. The Master's program equips the student with the necessary knowledge and skills to practice in the field of neuropsychological assessment and rehabilitation (professional specialization in Neuropsychology) and to develop a research career in Cognitive Neuroscience and Neuropsychology (both specializations). Career Opportunities: If you choose the professional specialization in Neuropsychology, you can work in the area of neuropsychological assessment and rehabilitation, health services, rehabilitation centers and educational services. The strong scientific component of the Master’s program prepares you for a research career and continues studies at the PhD level; with this option, you can work in laboratories in the field of Experimental Cognitive Psychology, Neuropsychology and Neurosciences. [-]

Master In Eating Disorders And Obesity

Universidad Europea de Madrid (UEM)
Campus Full time 9 months September 2017 Spain Villaviciosa de Odón (Madrid)

The Graduate Psychology area at Universidad Europea de Madrid will provide that extra you need to achieve maximum professional career. [+]

The Graduate Psychology area at Universidad Europea de Madrid will provide that extra you need to achieve maximum professional career. Because they are designed from the reality of daily practice, with teachers who are skilled professionals, facilities with the latest technology, flexible schedules and practices in public and private hospitals and centers. COLLEGIATE DISCOUNT: Get 10% on the amount of teaching qualifications in the area of ​​Psychology, for class members of the Official College of Psychologists of Madrid, his parents, spouses and children. How far you want to go? Today, to grow is essential to be professionally trained in the areas of specialization that require health institutions. So postgraduate training has become a key differentiator and professional success. The European University ensures maximum professionalism and specialization in Health Biomedical The European University belonging to the group Laureate International Universities, a leader of higher education in the world, it offers its students a wide range of opportunities for specialization in the fields of medicine, pharmacy, dentistry, Biotechnology, Psychology, Nursing, Physiotherapy, Podiatry and Optometry, with innovative and connected to the real needs of the health sector academic programs. For the conception and design of its programs, the European University discusses what the current training needs of companies and health institutions and commitment to three fundamental pillars: Connection to the professional world: All graduate programs have a common denominator: recognized professionals in their respective industries in the design and implementation of their curricula the direct participation of companies and institutions. The best student accreditation for incorporation or promotion bring all the partners that support the European university. Quality and differentiation: The quality and differentiation of postgraduates is marked by the perfect combination of official postgraduate and professional courses of date, meeting the needs of students with excellent facilities where you can exercise the necessary practices with real patients. Security officers and training: The European University offers more than 100 graduate programs, including 60 master's degrees (official). [-]

Master in Psychology (5 Years)

University of Social Sciences and Humanities - SWPS
Campus Full time 10 semesters October 2017 Poland Warsaw

Psychology is a discipline whose goal is to understand and improve functioning of individuals, groups, and societies as a whole. [+]

Masters in Psychotherapy. Master in Psychology (5 Years) Psychology is a discipline whose goal is to understand and improve functioning of individuals, groups, and societies as a whole. Students interested in the unitary "long-cycle" 5 year Master program are usually those who want to work as professional psychologists dealing with diagnosis and treatment of mental health issues (Clinical Psychologists) or in the business world, in marketing and advertising or human relations (Work and Organizational Psychologists). For Whom? Students of the unitary "long-cycle" 5 year Master program are willing to pursue their professional career in psychology with the knowledge, that in order to work as a psychologist you often have to gain credentials other than just the Master-level diploma. What is needed are competencies and skills gained during 5 years of study (300 ECTS) and, very often, a supervised training process. Specific requirements vary between countries and regions. For examples please refer to EuroPsy Regulations or Norwegian National Curriculum for Professional Education in Psychology. Advantages Clinical Psychology specialization is an unique mixture of clinical and research training program with strong cross-cultural aspects. Studying Psychology in English brings you up-to date with the latest textbooks and standards in psychological practice You take part in a unique set of the best Bachelor-level modules that SWPS has to offer: Behavioral Studies, Conflict Resolution and Management, Mind-Communication-Technology, Cross-cultural Psychology. Program designed with the best European qualification standards in mind (eg. EuroPsy). Our goal is to guarantee up-to-date European-level standards of education, training and professional development in the field of psychology. Detailed Program Description The first year of the program provides an intensive training in every field of psychology (developmental, emotions and motivations, social, psychopathology, cognitive, individual differences, etc.) and basics in methodology and statistics. We also focus on academic skills and cultural competencies of international students in intercultural and multilingual world. On the second year, majority of modules are dedicated to 4 thematic areas: Behavioral Studies, Conflict Resolution and Management, Mind-Communication-Technology, Cross-cultural Psychology. Students get to know how to conduct measurement, behavioral assessment and behavior change procedures. They develop communication skills, gain knowledge on interpersonal relations and conflict management: negotiations and mediations. Third year involves a continuation of the 4 thematic areas. During years II and III students complete 5 elective modules and 4 foreign language courses as well. Students gain competencies in: bilingualism and multicultural school education, psychology of acculturation and economic migrations, use of eye-tracker and visual communication. They know what is the psychology of leadership and can apply behavioral techniques to various populations and problems. Fourth year of the program provides an intensive theoretical education accompanied by some clinical applications in certain modules. Students are expected to acquire extensive knowledge on child and adult psychopathology and possess basic understanding and skills in psychological help, assessment and clinical research. Students start their MA thesis in the first semester. On the fifth year, majority of modules are dedicated to gaining knowledge on psychotherapeutic process and developing clinical practical skills. There are also two 90-hour applied modules, which include clinical training. Students finish and defend their MA thesis. Specializations Clinical Psychology program complies with the scientist-practitioner model, emphasizing both clinical and research training. The program is thought to be theoretically integrative as we aim to expose students to a broad spectrum of theoretical and empirical approaches to clinical research and practice. As our faculty strongly adhere to evidence-based practices, the program puts more emphasis on cognitive and behavioral approaches. Program places an emphasis on competencies specified in the European qualification standard for psychologists. What Next? Students interested in Clinical Psychology should pursue further supervised professional training including diagnosing and treatment. During your studies you will be provided with basic applied training, but many professional authorities in the field of psychotherapy require at least a year-long supervised practice after the standard 5-year curriculum. Students interested in pursuing a career in science should consider collaborating on research projects on their last years of the Master-level program and sign up for a PhD program just after graduation. There are multiple opportunities to collaborate on research projects at SWPS. Psychology graduates have numerous professional opportunities and they can pursue many career paths. Depending on the program selected and after they fulfill all the specific job requirements, they may find employment as: Clinical psychologist and psychotherapists; Social workers and counselors; Behavior analysts (esp. in the area of autism therapy); Neuropsychologists; Educational and academic psychologists; Cross-cultural consultants; life coaches. Internship Opportunities Applied modules are held outside the University in various centers where psychological services are provided. SWPS has its own Therapy Center in which, usually, one of the modules takes place. The other module might be in another placement provided by the University or it can be an individual training, even in a different country (there is a possibility of using Erasmus Placement Program for this type of training). Language Requirements IELTS 5.5; CAE 47-51; TOEFL iBT 69 – 70; TOEFL Computer-based 196; TOEFL Paper-based 525 [-]