Our Child and Adolescent Mental Health MSc is a multidisciplinary course which will develop your understanding of child development and mental health difficulties experienced by children and adolescents. The course provides a critical platform to explore the diverse and lived experiences of children, young people and their families. You will use your developed theory and experience to explore the socio-cultural context through which children and young people experience distress.
This course is taught by practitioners and academics from various backgrounds, including but not limited to: mental health, education, counselling, therapeutic work, speech and language-offering a diverse range of perspectives.
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- Therapeutic Interventions with Children, Young People and Families (30 Credits)
- Qualitative and Quantitative Research Methods (10 Credits)
- Dissertation and Research Methods (50 Credits)
- Understanding Children and Young People's Distress (30 Credits)
- Therapeutic Skills for Working with Children, Young People and Families (30 Credits)
- With Young People in Mind: Clinical, Community or Educational Placement (30 Credits)