MSc Advancing Professional Practice
Programme  || Information for Applicants

The MSc programme at Sheffield Hallam University is open to prospective MSc students who are interested to conduct research in CAT. They can apply via the Advancing Professional Practice programme. 

Prospective students must have completed the 120 credit PGDip in Cognitive Analytic Therapy.  Please note that timescales apply to postgraduate studies and any course has normally a six year completion time overall. This means that prospective students for the MSc research part of the programme have six years to complete both the PG Diploma in CAT as well as the masters dissertation and research methods modules from when they started their PGDip.  MSc trainees are postgraduate students of Sheffield Hallam University and current members of ACAT and have appointed supervisors who are experienced in CAT research. CAT will remain the focus but the qualification will be MSc Advancing Professional Practice programme.

Contact for all MSc Advancing Professional Practice programme enquiries at Sheffield Hallam University, by those accredited Sheffield Hallam PGDip CAT Practitioners, to senior lecturer and CAT therapist James Turner: james.turner@shu.ac.uk

 

Revised February 2017

MSc Cognitive Analytic Therapy Courses

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CAT Introductory Event: Two Day Intro to CAT for People with ID - Bespoke
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CPD Event: Embodiment and Therapeutic Space - offered by CAT Scotland
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CPD Event: Use of CAT in Consultancy 5 Session CAT Approach - offered by Catalyse
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CPD Event: ACAT: What gets left behind when we become a therapist?
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Training Committee, London

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