Psychological therapies with children, young people and families (masters)
This course has been developed by a multi-disciplinary group of clinician trainers and it will enable you to become a capable and skilled child, adolescent and family mental health practitioner with training informed by a range of evidence-based psychological therapies for use in child, adolescent, and family mental health work.
This course will equip you academically and professionally for a role that has become increasingly needed in the public sector child and adolescent workforce, child and adolescent mental health service sector, schools, and other settings.
This course is for you if you are working in a voluntary or statutory sector setting with children and families.
You may be a:
- counsellor, psychotherapist or art therapist
- social worker
- education professional
- occupational therapist
- child and adolescent mental healthcare worker
- child and adolescent mental health services practitioner (CAMHS)
- professional working with children and families in another role.
Developed by the Tavistock & Portman NHS Foundation Trust, the course is validated by the University of Essex. It is highly regarded within the Tavistock & Portman training portfolio, and is delivered in partnership with GCS. Tutors are all highly experienced and outstanding trainers as well as practitioners in their field.