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Engage in art-making, alongside studying psychotherapeutic approaches
Embark on a two day per week work placement as part of the course
Gain the transferable skills you need to practice...Read more
Learn how to address complex occupational challenges that individuals experience in everyday life.
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Become a qualified play therapist and help children come to terms with traumatic events in their lives. Through the use of play, you will give children the confidence and opportunity...Read more
Practising in the dynamic field of specialist sports care, you could find yourself working with elite athletes or running your own sports therapy business.
This pre-registration MSc...Read more
Understand humans as occupational beings. On successful completion of this course, you’ll be able to apply to become a registered occupational therapist.As part of this course you’ll:Gain the skills to...Read more
About Postgraduate Occupational Therapy in Yorkshire and Humberside
Occupational therapy is one of the allied health disciplines, focused on providing support to patients who are having difficulty completing activities or tasks.
Students of this subject will train as clinical professionals, using their knowledge of physiology and physiotherapy to advise patients on their lifestyle and treat physical problems. It’s a highly rewarding profession that will see you helping people get the most out of life.
There are more than 100 postgraduate programmes in occupational therapy in the UK. Aspiring practitioners may pursue a master’s in advanced professional practice, while those interested in research could pursue a PhD.