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Social Work

Therapeutic Approaches for Social Care and Education

 

Course overview

This module discusses some of the different therapeutic approaches that can be used in social care and education roles. You are introduced to the principles of Dan Hughes’s PACE model as part of diadic developmental psychotherapy, look at mindfulness and children’s yoga, touch on theraplay and life story work, and explore the uses of outdoor learning andtherapeutically-infused group work in education and social care settings.

Summer University will run throughout June and July 2020. You can register your details here if you would like to receive a course brochure when applications open in early-mid April 2020. If you have any questions then you can reach us at summer.university@tees.ac.uk.

Where you study

Middlesbrough campus

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Course details

What you study

Indicative Content:
How and why therapeutic approaches can help us in social care and education.
Introduction to some of the different therapeutic approaches that can be used in social care and education roles.
Introduce the principles of Dan Hughes’s PACE model as part of Diadic
Developmental Psychotherapy.
Mindfulness and children’s yoga.
Theraplay.
Life story work.
Outdoor learning and therapeutically-infused group work.
An understanding of how the principles of these approaches could be applied to education and social care settings.

How you are assessed

In-course assessment

 
 

Entry requirements

Entry requirements

No formal entry requirements needed.

 
 

Part-time

2020 entry

  • Length: Credits: 10, Level: 4, Fees: £50.00
  • Enrolment date: To be announced early-mid April 2020

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