Type of institution: University/Higher Education Institution
Child play therapy is a growing specialist area within the mental health and early childhood sectors. It is an evidence-based profession in which play is used to transform children's lives when they have experienced abuse or trauma, have a developmental disorder, or are experiencing a mental health issue. This two year Master degree provides specialist training for students with relevant prior experience and qualifications. The orientation of the course is primarily Humanistic but other approaches will be presented in the course materials. Placement units are an important component of the program. You will be eligible to apply to become a registered play therapist with the Australasia Pacific Play Therapy Association (APPTA). This course is primarily delivered online with occasional intensive study sessions.
To complete the Master of Child Play Therapy students must attain 12 credit points. Units may be worth 1 or 2 credit points - check each unit for its credit point value in the course structure below. 10 credit points are core (these are compulsory) plus 2 elective credit point (you can choose which one to study from the list provided) in Year 1 Trimester 2.
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Standard entry requirements
Entry will be based on performance in: Bachelor Degree or higher in a related discipline OR Bachelor Degree or higher in any discipline AND two years relevant work experience OR evidence of academic capability judged to be equivalent.
Graduates will be eligible to apply to become a Registered Play Therapist with the Australasia Pacific Play Therapy Association (APPTA).
This course provides a pathway to higher degree by research courses and other postgraduate coursework programs.
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