Equips students with the skills to engage people with psychosis and their carers, to assess their subjective difficulties, and to deliver innovative brief structured psychological interventions. Workshops, role plays and case discussions will cover practical skills, and the theory informing practice.
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- Internationally renowned centre for the development and evaluation of cognitive behavioural interventions for people with psychosis and their carers offers unrivalled access to current innovations in practice and research.
- Suitable for all students able to work at graduate level, and particularly targeted at frontline mental health staff.
- Students can choose from a selection of interventions to suit their practice or preference.
Professor Philippa Garety and Professor Elizabeth Kuipers (Programme Directors); Dr Juliana Onwumere and Dr Suzanne Jolley (Programme Leaders)
The programme will make a small contribution towards BABCP supervision/training requirements necessary for registration as an accredited CBT therapist, but considerable further training will be required for accreditation.
King's College London
Credit value (UK/ECTS equivalent)
UK 60/ECTS 30 (Grad Cert)
Grad Cert 8 months PT; Grad Dip 16 months PT. September 2013 to August 2014 with January and October starts (attendance is one day only at the Institute of Psychiatry; can be delivered off campus if travel is paid and numbers are sufficient).
Denmark Hill Campus.
Further therapy skills training; delivery in the workplace.
Year of entry 2013