Through theoretical seminars this course will examine both the evidence base and efficacy of contemporary psycho-therapeutic approaches. These include systemic, parenting, psychodynamic, cognitive and pharmacological modalities.
The theoretical seminars will be supported by critical analysis and evaluation of relevant reading within the journal group. A service-user perspective influences this course.
The importance of working collaboratively with difference, vulnerability and complex need will also be explored, and the professional relationship, its boundaries and limitations are also central to these seminars.
Who is it for?
This child and adolescent health course is aimed at any professional from health, education or social care for example, working with children and adolescents, wishing to understand more fully, therapeutic interventions and the up to date research and evidence supporting these.
This course runs on a Tuesday afternoon for nine weeks from 4th May through to the 29th June. There are seven teaching sessions, one reading week and the final day of the course is dedicated to student presentations, which comprise the whole day.
May: Tuesday 4, 11,18, 25 May 2021
June: Tuesday 1, 8, 15, 22 and 29 June 2021
Module Submission Date: 6 September 2021
This course is worth 15 credits at level 7.
APM013 can be taken as a stand-alone course for professionals working in the field or as part of an MSc programme.
This short course module is designed to be flexible in allowing you to study and reach your goals at your own pace. Our health CPD courses are credit-bearing modules that contribute to a University degree or award.
Transfer course credits towards degree
As a health care professional, once you've completed this course you could offset 15 credits as part of a postgraduate programme, continuing your study with further modules to make up a Postgraduate Certificate (PGCert) 60 credits, Postgraduate Diploma (PGDip) 120 credits or Master of Science (MSc) 180 credits qualification (all credits must be awarded within five years of study commencing).
This course is worth 15 credits
This course can be used a module, contributing to a University degree or award.
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