Improving Access to Psychological Therapies in Primary Care programme at Liverpool John Moores University programme is built around the bio-psychosocial model of mental health and wellbeing and will provide you with the knowledge and skills to: work within primary care settings and deliver a range of low intensity, evidence-based interventions. These include: cognitive behavioural interventions; collaborative case management; social interventions (including employment and occupational) and structured pharmacological support.
The engagement, assessment, decision-making and evaluation skills acquired on the programme, will allow you to work as a Mental Health Practitioner in a primary health setting. Past graduates have also gone on to work in psychological wellbeing, clinical psychology and high intensity therapy. There is also the option to undertake further study in this area.
- Evidence Based Low Intensity Treatments for Common Mental Health Disorders
- Engagement and Assessment of Patients with Common Mental Health Problems
- Values, Diversity and Context
- 12 months
Start dates & application deadlines
- StartingApplication deadline not specified.
DisciplinesPsychology Public Health Health Sciences View 735 other Masters in Psychology in United Kingdom
- to be employed as a psychological wellbeing practitioner trainee within a primary care setting
- an honours degree (minimum 2:2) or equivalent in a health or social care-related subject from a recognised institution
- an approved and relevant postgraduate qualification (minimum Postgraduate Diploma or equivalent - 120 credits at Masters Level)
- evidence of previous advanced study, research or professional experience, which the University accepts as qualifying the candidate for entry
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