i have finished college with 290 ucas points and i have taken a year off .i have yet to apply for uni in 2010 so i need to get a move on . i am really unprepared and wish i had put more thought in to this last year and got a deferred offer.
i want to be a psychotherapist and so naturally when i saw that the university of central Lancashire offer a degree in Counselling and Psychotherapy Studies i was interested http://www.uclan.ac.uk/information/c...py_studies.php
however i am unsure of how useful this degree is in the eyes of an employer in the field of psychotherapy ? it seems a little obscure and one of those subjects that isnt particularly useful in the real world ?
2. the uni also offers a combined honours Counselling and Psychotherapy Studies course . http://www.uclan.ac.uk/information/c...py_studies.php
would it be wiser to take this option , say a normal psychology degree as a major and the psychotherapy studies as a minor or as joint subjects ?
Counselling and Psychotherapy Studies - worth studying ?
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