This program lays the groundwork for the science of psychotherapy. It provides students with the basic scientific principles and diagnostics related to normal and pathological development. It explores the framework of evidence-based treatment of pathological phenomena as a response to life experiences by taking psychological, medical, sociological, and anthropological aspects into consideration. The course is designed to broaden students’ theoretical knowledge base in methodology and to provide the skills necessary to put theory into practice. Integration of theoretical knowledge with applied clinical experience is a core element of the Master’s Programme. Students will undertake supervised internships, at external facilities as well as our university outpatient clinic. In personal development courses, which are compulsory, they will learn the skills and competencies necessary for practicing psychotherapy. During the Bachelor’s Degree Programme, students develop basic competencies in research methodologies and are introduced to the legal, economic, and social framework. A major component of the course is practical training in psychotherapy. Students become acquainted with reflective practice and are guided to develop self-reflection and self-awareness.
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- Full Time
Proof of a university entrance qualification, such as an Austrian secondary school leaving certificate (Matura), an Austrian vocational certificate (Berufsreifeprüfung), or a foreign equivalent, such as a High School Diploma.
Candidates must undergo two admission interviews with two members of SFU’s permanent academic staff.
- 3 years
- Full Time
- On Campus Learning