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Time to Talk – but what if I’m mentally ill?
Expert Comment by Anne Cooke
Comedian Jo Brand officially opened Canterbury Christ Church University’s new Salomon’s Centre for Applied Psychology.
Dr April Ward presents her doctoral research at the Ofcom children’s media literacy event.
Anne Cooke presented with the British Psychological Society Practitioner of the Year Award.
Academic interviewed on BBC Radio
Professor Paul Camic takes part in a project between the Radio 3 and Wellcome Collection on the topic of music and memory.
We are home to one of the largest and most established Clinical Psychology programmes in the UK, as well as offering PhDs, Cognitive Behavioural Therapy programmes and other postgraduate courses.
Our three-year Clinical Psychology doctorate integrates clinical, academic and research practice to achieve the highest quality of professional training.
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Our PhD in Professional Practice: Psychological Perspectives is structured so you can develop an individualised programme of study and research based around a specific theme within you area of practice.
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Our two CBT programmes offer an excellent blend of classroom learning, problem based learning, clinical supervision and intensive skills workshops.
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We conduct applied research to enhance health and wellbeing and enrich the quality of professional training. We also provide a range of consultancy services including supervision, mentoring and team development.
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We are involved in a number of key initiatives through which we aim to offer the public psychologically-informed thinking about mental health and related areas.
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We offer undergraduate and non-clinical Psychology degrees from our Canterbury campus.
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