The South Wales Programme has a long and established pedigree. It was set up in 1975 as an in-service course and awarded a Diploma in Clinical Psychology. In 1992 it was one of the first courses in the UK to become a Doctorate Programme.
The Programme aims to produce trainees who are reflective scientist-practitioners capable of working within a range of health and social care settings and in diverse social and cultural contexts.
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The Programme tutor team consists of a Programme Director, Academic Director, Clinical Director and Research Director, five Senior Clinical Tutors and a Senior Research Tutor. The majority of the tutor team undertake clinical work within Health and Social Care Services and all hold honorary contracts with Cardiff University. The tutor team receives excellent administrative support from the Programme Administrator, Academic Secretary and Clinical Secretary.
Application Deadline: Closed