Counselling and Psychotherapy Principles and Practices (Joint Honours)

What is Joint Honours?

A Joint Honours degree gives you the opportunity to study two subjects as one degree. This type of degree will broaden your skill set and enhance your career prospects.

You can combine any two subjects as long as they’re in different zones, find out what you can combine this subject with.

Why choose this course?

Build an impressive portfolio of skills and keep your career options open by choosing to study Counselling and Psychotherapy with another subject as part of our Joint Honours scheme.

  • Prepare for a rewarding career in a wide range of people-focused professions in fields such as health, social care, education and business
  • Explore latest theories and their applications within contemporary counselling and psychotherapy
  • Undertake insight visits to see practitioners in action, from work shadowing opportunities to taking part in support groups
  • Enrich your learning by drawing on our strong partnerships with employers and professional bodies
  • Gain a solid platform for further postgraduate study so that you can qualify to practise as a professional counsellor or psychotherapist
  • Learn from a team who are specialists in their therapeutic fields and whose research is shaping the future of the counselling profession
  • Set yourself apart to prospective employers: a Joint Honours degree marks you out as resourceful, versatile and independent.

You could also consider studying Counselling and Psychotherapy Principles and Practices as a single honours subject.

Counselling and Psychotherapy Principles and Practices

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