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    I've got my heart set on studying Occupational Therapy, it's definitely what I want to do and I think it would be very rewarding. However, I've always had such an interest in psychology and I would LOVE to get into it somehow as it's something that truly interests me. I'm wondering if it would be possible to do a Occupational therapy and then post grad health psychology? I have tried looking only and can't seem to find any answers


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    I don't see why not. I know people from myriad disciplines who have done the psychology conversion. The best thing for you to do is email some of the universities that might interest you and ask them directly. This is the only was to ensure you get an accurate response.
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    I seem to be in a similar situation being stuck between OT and Health Psych masters! Although I have already done Psychology BSc.

    In answer to your question, all the MSc Health Psychology courses I have looked at so far require to you have a BPS accredited undergraduate degree in Psychology to apply.Therefore if you wanted to do OT and then Health Psychology, you would probably have to do a BPS accredited Psychology conversion course in between.
 
 
 
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