What does a Master of Arts in Psychotherapy mean for you?

What does a Master of Arts in Psychotherapy mean for you?

You have spent years studying, training, and working to help people who have trouble overcoming life’s challenges. These challenges may be social, emotional, or mental; and you have chosen to help these people learn how to deal with obstacles they wouldn’t otherwise be able to deal with themselves. This requires a great deal of discipline, study, and knowledge on your part, and in response College of Allied Educators offers the Master of Arts in Psychotherapy, providing in-depth training and therapeutic approaches that professional psychotherapists like you will require.

Undertake in-depth research in an area of your interest

You will be introduced to the appropriate methods of research in psychotherapy, and will use this knowledge to form a research proposal. You’ll build on your existing knowledge and experience and gain an advanced critical and reflexive understanding of the theory, practice and established methods of psychotherapy for use in professional practice.

Understanding Social Research and Evaluation

You will select, devise, analyse and synthesise research and evidence-based practice findings in an inter-professional environment. You’ll develop an advanced understanding of selected research methods and have opportunities for acquiring appropriate research skills through study and application to their own sphere of professional practical experience.

  • You’ll be able to to Integrate and synthesise knowledge, theories and concepts from a range of disciplines in the analysis of contemporary social issues and take a critical, evidenced based view to determine ‘best practice’ in psychotherapy and related professions.
  • You’ll be able to leverage on your professional capabilities and transferable skills necessary for employment in psychotherapy and related settings and application of inter-professional concepts to the development of professional practice.

Leeds Beckett University

The Master of Arts in Psychotherapy is conducted by Leeds Becket University (LBU).

Leeds Beckett University is a modern, professional university with almost 24,000 students across two campuses. With a history dating back to 1824, the University provides quality teaching and delivers research on topical issues in society, such as cybercrime and living with dementia.

Leeds Beckett was awarded ‘silver’ status in the Teaching Excellence Framework (TEF), was also rated five out of five stars for employability, facilities and internationalisation by QS Stars University Rankings. The university has successfully retained the European Commission HR Excellence in Research Award,first awarded to the University in July 2015, in recognition of its continued commitment to the career development and management of its research staff.

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