School study journeys, Student news

Psychology and Counselling study journeys (3) – A DE200 student’s story

We continue our series in which Psychology and Counselling students tell us about their study journeys. Charlotte is a student on DE200. Tell us about you and your life situation I am Charlotte, I live in Merseyside in the UK with my partner and I work as a secondary school librarian. I am (of course)… Continue reading Psychology and Counselling study journeys (3) – A DE200 student’s story

School study journeys, Student news

Psychology and Counselling study journeys – 2

We continue our new series on student journeys. This week we hear from Rain, a student on DE300 and E313. Tell us about you and your life situation Hey! This is Rain. I’m a 21-year-old Filipino, living in the Philippines. I’m an undergraduate student at the Open University, studying Psychology and I am already in… Continue reading Psychology and Counselling study journeys – 2

School study journeys, Student news

A Psychology and Counselling study journey

This week we begin a new series in which students in the School of Psychology and Counselling tell us about their study journeys. Our first contribution is from Laura, a current student on DE100 and D241. Tell us about you and your life situation (e.g. work, home life, interests) Hi everyone! My name is Laura and… Continue reading A Psychology and Counselling study journey

Counselling, Forensic Psychology, Psychology, Psychology in the world, Student news

How a module changed my perspective on the world

How does your OU study of psychology and counselling inform your perspective on the world? Jade Howe, a student on module DD310 Counselling and Forensic Psychology, writes about an incident she witnessed. Her view of the events draws on the understanding of 'mad and bad' behaviour that she has gained from DD310. I recently sat outside… Continue reading How a module changed my perspective on the world

Psychology, Student news

From EMA to journal article! A psychology student’s success

Camillo Pandolfi, a former student in the School, has just published an article in International Coaching Psychology Review, the journal of the British Psychological Society Special Group in Coaching Psychology. This achievement is especially notable because the article is based on Camillo's End of Module Assignment for the postgraduate module DD803 Evaluating psychology: Research and Practice.… Continue reading From EMA to journal article! A psychology student’s success