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Psychology and counselling


Mental health is a crucial aspect of overall well-being, and psychology and counselling play a significant role in addressing mental health concerns. Psychology is the scientific study of human behaviour, thoughts, and emotions, while counselling is a form of therapy that helps individuals cope with emotional or mental health problems. In this, we will explore the significance of psychology and counselling in improving mental health.

Psychology provides us with a deeper understanding of human behaviour, thoughts, and emotions. This understanding can help us to identify and address mental health problems early on before they escalate into more significant issues. It also provides us with a framework for understanding the underlying causes of mental health problems, which can then inform the development of effective treatments.


Counselling, on the other hand, is a form of therapy that provides individuals with support and guidance in addressing their mental health concerns. It can take many forms, including individual therapy, group therapy, or couples therapy. In counselling, individuals work with a trained therapist to explore their thoughts, feelings, and behaviours, and to develop coping strategies for managing their mental health problems.

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Why should you study Psychology and counselling


Studying psychology and counselling can lead to a fulfilling career helping other people navigate life’s emotional challenges. People studying psychology and counselling learn strategies, tools and techniques to effectively support individuals and families through difficult times and stressful life circumstances, such as bullying, work-related stress, death of a loved one, relationship issues, addiction, and more. For those looking to enter the field of psychology and counselling, there are numerous educational pathways to take. Depending on the type of field one would like to specialise in, a range of degrees and certificates are available. A bachelor's degree in psychology provides a solid foundation for those who plan to go onto master's and doctorate programs to become a psychologist or mental health therapist. Depending on the individual’s academic background and type of the program, a master's degree in counselling or a more clinically-focused program may also be attainable.

Studying psychology and counselling is beneficial regardless of the field it is applied. People who work in the social work, criminal justice, teaching, childcare, and healthcare areas could also benefit significantly from their educational background in psychology and counselling.


Undergraduate Courses


Typically, undergraduate psychology and counselling courses require A-Level or equivalent qualifications in a related subject, such as psychology or sociology.

For international students, a minimum IELTS score of 6.0 is usually required.


Postgraduate Courses


Postgraduate courses in psychology and counselling typically require a bachelor's degree in a related subject.

A minimum IELTS score of 6.5 is usually required for international students. Some programs may also require practical experience in the field.

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We have the experience and knowledge to provide high-quality counselling and psychological services to our clients. We understand that making the decision to seek counselling and psychological help can be difficult, so it is our mission to make the process as comfortable and welcoming as possible. We offer a variety of counselling and psychological services to fit the individual needs of our clients. We are trained in a range of therapeutic approaches and specialise in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Mindfulness, Solution-Focused Therapy, Neuropsychology, and Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT). Our team of counsellors and psychologists are highly dedicated to providing the best possible support and care for our clients. We also offer many special programs, such as social and peer support groups, workshops, and even online counselling for clients who are unable to come and visit us at our centre. We also offer services for couples and families and can arrange for sessions at other locations, if necessary.

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