Enhance your knowledge and develop your skills on this part-time Psychosocial Interventions in Mental Health course, developed in collaboration with mental health practitioners, service users and service providers from the North West. Working in accordance with national guidance promoting the provision of evidence-based psychosocial interventions for those experiencing serious mental health problems, this programme uses a structured, recovery-orientated, formulation driven psychosocial approach in collaboration with service-users / families and carers. You’ll have active involvement and contribution from our Comensus Team members (service-user and carer representatives), and enjoy sessions by guest speakers, as they share their experiences of research and practice solutions in implementing psychosocial intervention.
Part-time: Two years
BSc (Hons) - Post-registration
Preston (Campus code: U)
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For the BSc (Hons) Psychosocial Mental Health Care, applicants must possess:
In addition, applicants:
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The first four core modules (each offering 20 credits at Level 6) run over one academic year, with students studying two modules in each semester (as shown above). In Year 2, students will complete the Professional Practice Project (40 credits at Level 6) which focuses upon how clinical practice is developed and sustained from a psychosocial perspective and how psychosocial intervention impacts upon client and family / carer recovery.
For information on possible changes to course information, see our Important Information.
*Tuition Fees are per year unless otherwise stated.
For changes to 2017 UCAS tariff entry requirements please see our important information. UCLan requires all undergraduate applicants to have a minimum attainment of five GCSEs at grade C and above, or equivalent, (including Maths and English). In 2017 and beyond we will view the new Grade 4 as being equivalent to a C grade and will therefore require students to achieve GCSE Grade 4 or above. However, if the subject is relevant to our degree programme and requires a higher GCSE grade (e.g. GCSE B grade), and/or includes a Professional body that governs the entry requirements, Grade 5 or above may be required.