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MSC ART PSYCHOTHERAPY

ART PSYCHOTHERAPY IS A CATALYST FOR THE ARTS BEING OF SERVICE TO PEOPLE AND COMMUNITIES IN NEED.

Art psychotherapists work with children, young people, adults, and older people in a range of health, education, social care, advocacy, and community services.

As a career art psychotherapy offers an opportunity to make a difference in the lives of others. It combines therapeutic expertise, evidence based research, social engagement and creative ingenuity. 

The course is approved by the Health and Care Professions Council and incorporates practice-based learning in conjunction with clinical stakeholders, cultural partners, advocacy organisations, and social enterprise initiatives.

The training in art psychotherapy is life changing for both the student and the service user. Art in the service of wellness creates opportunities for making both with art media and the materials of our lives.

The MSc Art Psychotherapy course at the Belfast School of Art trains students to become both skilled clinical practitioners and social innovators, with the aim of transforming lives and promoting civic participation.

CONGRATULATIONS TO OUR JUNE 2021 GRADUATES...