Behavioural Family Therapy Academic Credits



Course Start

This module is not scheduled to run in 2018/19



Faculty Faculty of Health Sciences

The Module is based upon the Meriden Family Programme and at the end of the module you will have an understanding of behavioural family therapy and be able to explore approaches to supporting families and carers.

Successful completion of the module carries 15 credits at level 4, 5 or 6 which can be used towards one of the many awards in mental health.

Key Features

  • Module for Continuing Professional Development

  • Can be studied as a stand alone module or part of a Degree Award

  • 15 Credits at level 4, 5 or 6

Course content

The Module is interactive in nature and focuses upon acquiring skills to deliver behavioural family therapy approaches in a number of settings.  The content includes: the evidence base for family work; the process of engaging families; assisting families in developing communication skills; and problem solving strategies.

Further study

We have a wide range of modules available; these are detailed in our Lifelong Learning brochure available from the Faculty of Health Sciences office. Please call 01785 353766 or email


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