Home Study Psychology Diploma Course for €150 from ATI Psychology Institute
- Diplomas and degree courses in psychology and psychotherapy
- Partners with Glyndwr University Wales and Kildare Street Clinic
- Home study courses available
- Leeson Street location
- Choose addiction psychology; eating disorders; counselling and therapy; or child psychology
- Reading and study materials
- Tutor on-hand to assist with course content or assignments
- Flexible assessment methods
- Certification upon successful course completion
Limit 1 per person. May buy multiple as gifts. Registration required online at http://www.psychology.ie/home-application-form.html, or in person at institute (Mon-Fri 9am-1pm and 2pm-5pm). Registration preferred by 17 December 2012. No cancellation permitted once registration confirmed. Must commence course within 6 months of registration. Valid for selected course only; if client deems course unsuitable Groupon can be exchanged for another home-study diploma course, or use towards a BA (Hons) course. Course start date at student's preference. Each module can be completed on a monthly basis, over approx. 6 months. Modules are posted out by institute. Average of 3-4 hours study per week required. Assessments graded within 5 working days of being received. Tutors available to contact by phone Mon-Fri 9am-5pm, or email: firstname.lastname@example.org. Diploma awarded upon successful completion of course; minimum 40% grade pass per assessment. Courses are foundation level and are not professional qualifications.
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Replete with cerebral knowledge and eager to dispense valuable brain-food, ATI Psychology Institute offers degrees and diplomas in subjects including psychotherapy and addiction studies. Shunning more prescriptive styles, the institution combines challenging courses with home study options for unparalleled flexibility while learning.
Students undertaking a home study diploma can choose from a selection of courses including: addiction psychology; eating disorders; counselling and therapy, and child psychology. Courses are split into six modules, with the emphasis on providing in-depth knowledge and flexible assessment methods. Reading materials will be posted out each month, with two written assignments then due per module. All assignments will be graded, with feedback and contact with tutors to facilitate progression available via phone, email or written correspondence. On average, three to four hours per week will be required for reading and study. Upon successful course completion, students will receive a diploma certificate to mark academic achievements. For more information on the individual courses, see here.
Diploma in Addiction Psychology
Diploma in Eating Disorders
Counselling and Therapy
Diploma in Child Psychology