The School of Psychology provides a stimulating and supportive environment in which to study psychology from undergraduate through to postgraduate and doctoral level. The School has been offering accredited programmes in psychology for more than 35 years and over the past 15 years has developed and strengthened the taught portfolio to become one of the largest providers of psychology education and training in the London and the South East. The School offers a range of Masters and Professional Doctorate programmes in the areas of Clinical Health, Counselling Psychology, Work Psychology, and Forensic Psychology, as well a conversion programme for graduates from other disciplines who are seeking a career change or development as a professional psychologist. As a consequence, one of the distinctive features of the School is the wide range of professional and applied psychologists on our teaching establishment. Many of our courses are professionally accredited by the British Psychological Society and the Health Care Professions Council.
The School is also active in research and has internationally recognised research capability in a number of areas including developmental psychology, social psychology, addiction and mental health, and cognitive psychology.
The School has laboratory facilities in the Holloway Road Science Centre and Tech Tower buildings. These include: Sensory lab, Psychophysiological lab, Observation Lab, Health Clinic, Usability Lab and Psychology Project Lab. The laboratory facilities have been designed to be flexible and provide support for a wide variety of psychological research and teaching. All Psychology labs are bookable by individual students or student practical groups.
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