Loss & Bereavement - Clinical Practice
RCSI, in association with the Irish Hospice Foundation, runs two accredited Level 9 MSc programmes focusing on loss and bereavement: MSc in Loss & Bereavement and MSc in Loss & Bereavement (Clinical Practice).
Both programmes are rooted in contemporary scientific research and designed against a policy and professional regulation backdrop.
Applications for the MSc Loss & Bereavement (Clinical Practice) are invited from qualified, accredited psychotherapists and counsellors whose clinical work involves therapeutic support of bereaved people.
Participants on this programme come from a range of professions and sectors across Ireland and the UK.
We aim to work with you to develop a new and informed approach to how bereavement care is provided in the settings in which you work.
To apply for this programme you must possess current accreditation/membership through a national body overseeing counselling/psychotherapy/psychology or other relevant clinical practice, and a relevant Level 8 degree (or equivalent as demonstrated through Recognition of Prior Learning [RPL]). RPL involves demonstration of formal training in counselling/psychotherapy; significant professional experience, including client caseload, in loss/bereavement related work; clinical supervision and evidence of personal insight into loss and bereavement.
An academic transcript will be requested when a place is offered.
An academic transcript lists your complete academic history – programmes attended, a breakdown of marks/grades achieved, the degree awarded, your overall grade and conferring date.
International degrees' equivalency are to be verified Opens in new windowusing this service.
If you are a prospective students applying for the MSc Loss & Bereavement (Counselling) for whom English is not your native language you may need to arrange a test to confirm proficiency in English.
2 years part-time.