Psychotherapy & Psychology Student Council
The Psychotherapy & Psychology Student Council Represents all the Psychotherapy & Psychology students from the Humanities, Arts and Social Sciences Faculty (HASS).
If you are in any of the programmes below, then this is your council:
- Counselling Psychology - DPsych
- Existential Psychotherapy - Advanced Diploma
- Integrative Psychotherapy - Advanced Diploma
- Mediation & Conflict Resolution - Postgraduate Certificate
- Occupational and Organisational Psychology - MSc
- Psychology - MSc
- Psychotherapy & Counselling - Certificate
- Psychotherapy & Counselling - MA
The Psychotherapy & Psychology Student Council is there to help students with any issues they are experiencing in their academic life. If you have a problem with a lecturer, your programme, a grade, timetabling, or anything else to do with your academic experience, your first stop should be your Council representative.
The Councils meet weekly to discuss any problems that students have raised with their representatives, and the Council President will then take up any issues with the relevant staff or managers in the University.
My name is Stella Kiss and I am the new RSPP president of the student Union of Regent’s University London. As a second year psychology student who has spend the past years as an student ambassador and representative, I would like to warmly welcome you to the School of Psychotherapy and Psychology.
Our aim for the upcoming semester is to give arriving students the opportunity to get a deeper understanding of the course through continuing our tradition of inviting guest speakers, hosting events relevant to your studies, as well as introducing regular book fairs to provide you with additional literature outside the classroom. To further extend the students’ research ambitions, we are momentarily focusing on extending our library resources through the increased acquisition of e-books and online resources.
Another aspect, which I would like to emphasize on, is the importance of student collaboration between different year groups. Therefore we are proud to announce that we have been offering a range of successful annual poster session of the graduating students.
These sessions allow the new students to receive first hand information about the curriculum and an insight into the process of writing a dissertation.
We are looking forward to seeing you among us and wish you a successful and memorable time at Regent’s.
If you are interested in making things better in your course and you like the idea of helping your fellow students and engaging with every aspect of your course, you will gain a lot from applying to be a Council representative. You will need to be fully engaged and committed to representing your fellow students. You will be expected to gather information for the students to present at the weekly Council meetings.
There are real benefits for you too – any involvement in the Student Union is a great addition to your CV. It’s a first step to becoming involved in the politics of the University. At the end of your term as a representative, you will receive a certificate to mark your contribution. You will be in line to be nominated for student representative awards, and, on request, you will receive a formal letter of recommendation to add to your CV. You will have the chance to be fully involved in all aspects of student life.
If you want to join your Council as a representative, you can apply Below:
Join the Psychotherapy & Psychology Student Council
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