The University of Exeter offers a number of programmes in Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy leading to postgraduate degree level qualification and/or professional clinical qualification.
MSc Psychological Therapies Practice and Research (Psychodynamic / Psychoanalytic Therapy)
A part-time programme which will be of particular interest to mental health professionals who wish to explore how psychoanalytic theory and practice might be applied in their existing areas of professional practice.
The programme may be undertaken as a free-standing course or as the first two years of the psychodynamic clinical training.
Professional Qualifying Training in Psychodynamic Psychotherapy
This part-time, four year training programme provides the necessary skills and knowledge base to practise Psychodynamic Psychotherapy. Successful completion of the programme leads to qualification, membership of the bpf and registration with the BPC.
Doctor of Clinical Practice
The DClinPrac may be undertaken by:
1) psychotherapy clinicians who have completed, or are in the process of psychoanalytic psychotherapy training in which the academic component is equivalent to a Masters degree level.
This includes international applicants.
2) students who have completed the MSc degree at the University of
Exeter, are undertaking the Professional Qualifying Training and wish to combine this with the DClinPrac.
For students undertaking the Qualifying Training, this runs in tandem with the clinical programme. During the first two years, students participate in a taught programme, usually two five day block events each year.
In addition, they are members of a research group and receive intensive tutorial and supervisory input, which equips members with the relevant research skills, complementary to their clinical training.
How to apply
For more information about how to apply contact: Katrina Shannan
Tel: +44 (0)1392 725753 Email: K.L.Shannan@exeter.ac.uk
Further information: www.exeter.ac.uk/cedar/programmes