Psychotherapy and Counselling at AUT

Our programmes provide educational opportunities for students to develop knowledge and skills for working with people to facilitate personal growth or address specific issues such as depression, eating disorders, relationship disturbances, anxiety, sexuality, addictions, life stage difficulties, difficulties with work and productivity, creativity or mental illness.

The programmes are taught at different academic levels and have different emphases depending on the type of professional development or career in which students are interested.

We provide the only clinical psychotherapy programme in a New Zealand university at a master's level.


Undergraduate Study Options
 
Undergraduate Courses

Certificate in Applied Mental Health
Diploma in Mental Health Support Work
Bachelor of Health Science in Counselling
Graduate Diploma in Health Science: Psychotherapy Studies pathway
Graduate Diploma in Health Science: Child & Adolescent Psychotherapy Studies pathway

Postgraduate Study Options
 
Postgraduate Study

Master of Psychotherapy
Advanced Psychotherapy Practice
MindBody Healthcare
Violence & Trauma Studies


 

   
Work Placement

Work Placement
Our Graduates

Our Graduates

Last updated: 30-Jun-2015 2.04pm

The information on this page was correct at time of publication. For a comprehensive overview of AUT qualifications, please refer to the Academic Calendar.