Duration: 2 years part-time (approx. 2 full days per week)
Commencing: 22nd September 2017
Mater University Hospital/University College Dublin
James Joyce Street,
This course is designed for professionals who wish to specialise in using visual images in a psychotherapeutic context to understand the inner world of the child. It provides an understanding of the theory and clinical practice of child art psychotherapy within the framework of child and adolescent mental health.
A third level degree or equivalent is required. Experience of working with children and adolescents within mental health or educational settings is an advantage.
Psychiatrists, psychologists, social workers, psychotherapists, counsellors, nurses, teachers, and child care workers are among those who find the course useful. Applicants are short-listed on the basis of their previous experience, and are interviewed to assess suitability. Successful applicants are required to consent to Garda clearance.
Why should you do this programme?
It is a specific training in Child Art Psychotherapy which provides the student with a good grounding in the area of child mental health. The student is also offered a clinical placement within a multi-disciplinary child and adolescent mental health setting.
How to apply
To apply online, please click here: www.ucd.ie/apply
Once online, the first step is to create a user account, then select “Graduate Taught Courses” as your application type and from the list of programme choices you can select MSc. in Child Art Psychotherapy.
2017/2018 Indicative Fees (per year)
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- For more information on course fees please visit the Fees & Grants Office website.
- Fees are correct at the time of writing and subject to change.
For further information please contact:
Susan Keane (Course Administrator)