Level 9 Masters in Pluralistic Counselling & Psychotherapy
MS in Pluralistic Counselling and Psychotherapy
Developed in conjunction with Professor John McLeod, this programme aims to enable existing professionals working within the field of counselling and psychotherapy to achieve a Master of Science in Pluralistic Counselling and Psychotherapy.
A pluralistic perspective is an integrative approach to Counselling and Psychotherapy that embraces and considers multiple causes and responses to psychological distress. The aim of the programme is to equip practitioners with an up-to-date, cutting edge training to meet the needs of contemporary society. It also aims to identify and develop leadership and collaborative qualities in those involved in therapeutic practice. With a strong research focus, graduates from this programme will have the necessary knowledge, skills and competence to act as research-practitioners.
The programme consists of nine modules over two years. It is a taught Master’s with a strong research component. The programme utilises a Continuous Assessment Strategy and learners accumulate credits though a variety of assessments over the duration of the programme.
WHO SHOULD APPLY?
This two year Programme will be of interest to practising therapists who wish to extend their existing qualification in counselling and psychotherapy to Master’s level.
The programme is facilitated through monthly blocks of three days to include weekends. Each month, learners attend Friday-Sunday for one block, with teaching days running from 9:30am-5:00pm. This programme is a blended learning MSc, so teaching rotates between onsite and online inputs.
VENUE: IICP College, Killinarden Enterprise Park, Killinarden, Dublin 24 and online via Zoom