Person-Centered Psychotherapy

Participants in the university continuing education and training program in Person-Centered Psychotherapy acquire fundamental academic competences and knowledge of research methods as well as advanced knowledge and skills in the field of person-centered psychotherapy.

Participants in this certificate course primarily acquire knowledge of academic research methods by research-led means and knowledge of psychotherapy as well as competences in the field of person-centered psychotherapy, based on the humanistic axiom in psychotherapy. 

Additional requirements for the registration as a psychotherapist in the list of the Federal Ministry of Social Affairs, Health, Care and Consumer Protection are the completion of the compulsory theoretical courses, the practical training and the self-experience at a recognized institution.

Structure

Advanced Study in Psychotherapy Certificate course (elective theoretical courses completed at the University of Vienna)
Subject-specific training at a recognized institution
Master’s upgrade (academic specialization, final degree “Master of Arts”)

Person-Centered Psychotherapy – Master’s upgrade

Short Facts

Academic degree
Master of Arts (Psychotherapy)
Duration
6 semester (part-time basis)
Scope
46 ECTS credits (after completion of the compulsory and elective modules of the Advanced Study in Psychotherapy program)
Language
German
Costs
€ 7,400
Start
March of 2023
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The master’s upgrade comprises 46 ECTS credits and can only be completed after successful completion of the compulsory and elective modules in the Advanced Study in Psychotherapy program.

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Theory of person-centered psychotherapy - certificate course

Short Facts

Academic degree
Certificate of the University of Vienna
Duration
8 semester
Scope
22 ECTS
Language
German
Costs
€ 3,300*
Start
October 2021
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*The costs only include the certificate course. The costs for the subject-specific training at a recognized institution, which is also part of the Advanced Study in Psychotherapy program, have to be paid separately.