Psychology – focus on counselling and intervention (M. Sc.)Download as PDF Add to favorites
Focus on counselling and intervention: The basics of biological, social and behavioural development as well as cognitive and emotional conditions and the consequences of mental disorders and diseases are taught. In addition, the study teaches the theoretical foundations of and practical skills in methods and systems for diagnosis and classification (ICD-10, DSM-IV) of mental disorders, which serve as a basis for therapeutic, preventive and rehabilitative intervention. The course content on psychopathology is in close proximity to psychiatry. Based on the above-mentioned principles, the therapeutic foundations for PTSD prevention and crisis intervention are taught in an organisational context.
Successful graduates are broadly qualified and well versed in methodology. This enables them to take on challenging tasks in scientific research projects as well as supporting advisory, planning and management tasks in various professional fields and areas. The language training and the intensive development of English language proficiency during the course in particular forms the basis for undertaking work in international fields of action and projects at home and abroad.
- Technically relevant bachelor, grade of at least ‘Good’.
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Who offers this course?
Type of study
Studying at the HSU is an intensive course, which takes place in trimesters. The master is completed in 1 ¾ years.
Qualification on completion
Master of Science
The course starts on 1 January.