MSc in Counselling Psychology

Utilising a wide range of modern theoretical and research-based approaches, the MSc in Counselling Psychology aims to satisfy the needs of society by developing professionally trained individuals who will provide their services to a wide range of welfare and support services which include individuals, couples, families, groups, the education system, organisations and other institutions.

PROGRAMME INFORMATION

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3 YEARS

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90 ECTS

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GREEK

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FULL TIME

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AWARDED BY NEAPOLIS UNIVERSITY

OBJECTIVE OF THE MSC IN COUNSELLING PSYCHOLOGY

The main objective of the Master’s Programme in Counselling Psychology is to provide specialized knowledge in the aforementioned applied field of Psychology, while simultaneously educating the students with the intervention techniques used in the counselling process. The main goals of Counselling Psychology focus on promoting a healthier way of living through supporting individuals faced with difficulties in handling problematic situations and crises in their personal, educational, familial or occupational lives. Utilizing a wide range of modern theoretical and research-based approaches, the Programme in Counselling Psychology aims at satisfying the needs of the society by developing professionally trained individuals who will provide their services to a wide range of welfare and support services to individuals, couples, families, groups, the education system, organizations and other institutions.

The MSc in Counselling Psychology in particular, aims at the following:

  • The expansion and consolidation of research-based knowledge that deals with life-span development and its relation to Counselling Psychology and its interventions.
  • The expansion of the experience of researching and planning of appropriate evaluations and interventions in the counselling process.
  • The realization of cultural, ethical and social parameters that play a vital role in the counselling process and research.
  • The acquisition of counselling skills, techniques and procedures connected with the context of their application.
  • The acquisition of skills pertaining to the diagnosis of disorders connected with the implementation of intervention techniques.

PROGRAMME LEARNING OUTCOMES

Upon successful completion of the Masters of Science in Counselling Psychology, the graduates will be able to:

  • Identify the etiological factors that contribute to the emergence of the problem at hand.
  • To choose the appropriate, culturally-sensitive, research-based, and well-thought techniques to approach the problem.
  • To identify and investigate in a methodologically valid way issues related to the field.

Career Prospects

Graduates are employed in a variety of settings depending on the services they provide and the client populations they serve. Some are employed in colleges and universities as teachers, supervisors, researchers, and service providers. Others are employed in independent practice providing counselling, psychotherapy, assessment, and consultation services to individuals, couples, families, groups, and organizations. Additional settings in which counselling psychologists practice include community mental health centers, hospitals, family services, health maintenance organizations, rehabilitation agencies, business and industrial organizations and consulting firms.

DISCLAIMER

The University reserves its right to define the electives offered on an academic year basis

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OUR FACULTY & STAFF

Marios Argyrides

Associate Professor in Counseling Psychology

Head of the Department of Psychology

Marios Argyrides is an Associate Professor in the Department of Psychology at Neapolis University and a Licensed Psychologist in Cyprus. He received a PhD in 2006 in Counseling Psychology from Tennessee State University...

Christiana Koundourou

Lecturer in Special Needs

Christiana Koundourou is a lecturer in Special Needs, in the School of Social Sciences, at Neapolis University in Paphos. She holds an Undergraduate Degree in Special Educational Needs from...

Constantina Zamba

Lecturer in Counselling Psychology

Dr. Constantina Zamba is a registered Counselling Psychologist and a Lecturer in Counseling Psychology at the Department of Psychology, School of Health Sciences at Neapolis University Pafos....

Andri Christodoulou

Lecturer in Clinical Psychology

Director of the Counselling Center for Research and Psychological Support (SKEPSI)

Dr. Andri Christodoulou is the Director of the Counseling Center for Research and Psychological Services (SKEPSI) and a Lecturer in Clinical Psychology in the graduate Counseling Psychology program at Neapolis University of Pafos...
The programme’s vision is to offer our graduates all the necessary skills to aid individuals/couples/families and groups in identifying, preventing, intervening and/or making referrals as necessary following the scientist-practitioner model.

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