The Department of Psychosis Studies offers the following courses:
This unique course develops your academic and clinical skills in the identification and treatment of psychosis. Early intervention is an evidence-based, holistic and person-centered approach that is highly effective in promoting long-term recovery and is now an integral part of healthcare provision in the UK and worldwide. You will acquire expertise and experience relevant and applicable to all areas of mental health.
The MSc in Psychiatric Research provides in-depth training in how to perform and evaluate research across the psychiatric disorders. Students develop a deep understanding of what is currently known about psychiatric disorders and their treatment, and how well performed research can enhance knowledge and ultimately improve clinical outcomes for people with mental ill health. The academic training provides an ideal step towards a PhD, Doctorate in Clinical Psychology or working in research or mental healthcare.
The MSc Mental Health Studies enables successful applicants to develop their knowledge and experience within the field of Mental Health and to examine one area in more depth, through empirical research in the form of their dissertation. The Programme offers career enhancement through involvement in research work; continuing professional development for practitioners; and preparation for a career in clinical psychology.
Our Organisational Psychiatry & Psychology course is one of the first of its kind in the UK and Europe and is designed for people who wish to gain up-to-date knowledge and understanding of psychology and psychiatry as applied to work and organisational behaviour. This programme focuses on workplace health and wellbeing combining psychological, psychiatric and organisational perspectives.