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1. Forensic Psychology: Understanding The Value Of Psychology In Detecting Crime

Our outstanding Forensic Psychology Course has been specially written to enable anyone interested in learning about the use of psychological principles to understand the behaviour of criminals, and the value of psychology in detecting crime.

The best news is that all of our forensic science online courses require no previous experience, and has no entry requirements. You just need a passion for the subject!

The course has been designed for someone without any prior knowledge of the subject and will allow the student to study the course at their own pace in their own home, emailed directly to your inbox. This course does not entitle you to work as a Forensic Psychologist, though will give you a solid knowledge base and an invaluable insight of child psychology without investing and committing a sizeable investment and time enrolling onto a college or university programme, the course gives you a great opportunity to test the water, and if you do enjoy it, you have a solid foundation. As after completing this course, you may wish to continue your training with a college or university to build a platform for your career.

Who would benefit from the course?

This course is ideal for those that are either complete beginners to the field of Forensic psychology and are considering making a career change to become a Forensic psychologist, with the aim of getting an insight and understanding of Forensic psychology, or existing Forensic psychologists, teachers, coaches or trainers looking to reinforce their knowledge or to pick up some new skills. This course is also ideal if you are interested in a career in Forensic Psychology, though are unsure if you want to commit yourself financially and time wise to a full Forensic Psychologist qualification.

It is an excellent course for those expanding their knowledge of psychology or crime detection, crime prevention, or working with offenders.

2. Criminal Psychologist: Delve Into The Mind-Boggling World Of Criminal Behaviour

Delve into the mind-boggling world of criminal behaviour, false testimonies and criminal profiling, detecting the reliability of witnesses and providing psychological aid to victims. Take the Criminal Psychologist Course and explore the fundamentals of this field, grasping its core concepts and principles and their applications in the real world.

Although we all have our own understanding of what crime is and what it entails, the Criminal Psychologist Course provides a definition of crime and crime prevalence and looks at why criminal activity is on the rise and the types of crime that exist. You’ll delve deeper into the subject, exploring the psychological, social and economic aspects of criminal behaviour before learning about forensic criminology and its importance and use in society.

Another important subject, Forensic Psychology, is covered. You will learn what it is, how it helps in the understanding and preventing of crime, and how it interacts with the law and other legal areas. You will discover why Forensic Psychology plays such a pivotal role in the courtroom for the defence and other legal attorneys.

Criminal Psychologists understand criminals and their behaviours, their intentions and reactions. This course explains the roles, both in an investigation and in the courtroom, and the scope and future, of those working in this career.

When conducting psychological research, it is important to remain as objective as possible so that the results are not swayed by individual judgement, biases or anecdotal facts. To ensure your understanding of correct research methodology, you will learn the ‘scientific method’ of research – gaining the knowledge of how researchers and psychologists collect data, perform detailed analysis and reach conclusions from their experiments.

Getting to the root of criminality, the Criminal Psychologist Course talks you through the theories behind criminal acts. Theories covered include: Biological and Physiological, Cognitive Theories, Behavioural Theories, Self-Control Theory, and Psychodynamic Theories

When interviewing a suspect, it can be difficult to keep your own feelings and bias under control but it is important to ensure they are unaware of all that you know or suspect. You will discover how criminal psychologists can struggle with the conflict between gut feelings and evidence, and how to make an unbiased and correct decision.

The role of a criminal psychologist doesn’t begin and end with those who have broken the law but also includes working with victims and witnesses. You’ll learn how to work with a victim to extract vital information and how to detect false accusations, along with understanding the reasons they may do this. A victim may also be in need of psychological help especially if they have been subject to violent or aggressive behaviour; you’ll find out how a criminal psychologist can provide support.

Another important person in a case is the witness. As a criminal psychologist, it will be part of your role to interview witnesses and assess credibility and reliability. Through studying the Criminal Psychologist Course you’ll learn how to detect lies, false information, false testimonies, find any links to the suspect or the victim that can bias their information, and gain an understanding of the reliability of memory.

The work done by a criminal psychologist at crime scenes and with suspects, victims and witnesses culminates in an appearance at court. You will learn what role a criminal psychologist plays in court and how witnesses and expert witnesses can affect a jury’s decision.

Who would benefit from this course?

Providing foundational knowledge and insight into the core practices and principles that comprise the role, the Criminal Psychologist Course is perfect if you are considering a career in this area. Not only will you be immersed in the minds of criminals and their behaviours but the course also acts as a comprehensive overview to the necessary degree-level of study required to gain employment in this field.

The course will also prove insightful to those interested in the criminal mind and the reasoning behind criminal behaviour, how the victims of crime can be rehabilitated, how to detect false statements, and the role of a criminal psychologist in legal proceedings.

3. Psychoanalysis: Learn The Common Elements Of Psychotherapy

Discover how psychoanalysis was developed by Sigmund Freud and continues to evolve with those who have come after him. You’ll learn about the studies undertaken to prove its effectiveness, how it is used to help clients, and the qualities and training needed to become a professional Psychoanalyst.

From the course, you will first learn about psychotherapy and the differences between this and similar practices. You’ll explore the common elements of psychotherapy and the various ways it can help clients in either one-to-one, couples or group therapy settings and how the clients themselves can get the most from their sessions. You will also learn what the most common forms of psychotherapy are and the differences between their approaches.

The course focusses on psychoanalysis – a method of psychotherapy that places significant emphasis on the contents of the unconscious mind. You will discover what psychoanalysis is and how the practice is used to help clients solve their psychological and emotional problems.

As the founding father of psychoanalysis, it is important to understand the work of Sigmund Freud. From the Psychoanalysis Course, you learn about his life, beliefs, popular and lesser-known theories, and the legacy he has left in the fields of psychology and psychiatry.

The course explains Freud’s theory of Psychosexual Development and the five stages of life that everyone goes through, from birth to becoming a young adult, and how others are opposed to this idea. You’ll also learn about Attachment Theory and how this affects child and adult relationships.

Although psychoanalysis may have begun with Sigmund Freud, it certainly didn’t end with him. This course looks at the people who came after him and the ways in which they have added to his theories on personality and development with their own concepts.

As with most types of therapy and counselling, psychoanalysis has its fair share of naysayers. The course takes a candid view of modern criticisms and to what extent these points may be considered valid, as well as offering counter arguments. You will also learn about the importance of self-reflection within the role of a Psychoanalyst.

Who Would Benefit from the Course?

Those interested in the work of Sigmund Freud and the subject of psychoanalysis and psychotherapy will enjoy this course. Along with supplying a good understanding of this therapy, the course also teaches you about the skills and training you will need to pursue a career as a Psychoanalyst.

Studying this course can also help you to understand people better, by enhancing your insight into human nature, which is a skill that can be applied to most professions. The knowledge within would be especially useful to those working in counselling and therapy roles.

4. Positive Psychology: Learn Take A Mindful Or Spiritual Approach To Our Lives

Some of us prefer to take a mindful or spiritual approach to our lives and the problems in it, while others find a practical, logical method works better.

The Positive Psychology Course marries together studies of happiness in both science and nature, to provide students with the knowledge of how to find true happiness and contentment. If you let it, this course will help you to change your life.

The expectations that society puts on us, and the human condition itself, bring about many obstructions in the pursuit of happiness. The Positive Psychology Course explores happiness and the effects modern society have on happiness, as well as how to cope with these environmental factors.

From brain cells to physiology, we discuss the science behind both happiness and sadness. Happiness is about understanding yourself, and a large part of that is based in neuroscience. The course’s second module aids students in understanding the physical, biological changes that occur in our brains on a daily basis, as we feel different things.

Making long term change starts with committing to smaller, more regular changes, which will then make larger changes more accessible, as you will already be well-practiced in changing your mood. Students learn quick consciousness shift/mood lifting techniques, which can be employed to immediately change a person’s mind-set from that of negativity, to positivity.

As an important area to cover when talking about happiness, depression is explored in great detail. The most recent findings on the causes of depressions and how to cope and deal with depression using natural methods, are explored.

The main obstruction when seeking happiness is negative thoughts. We talk about the habit of thinking negatively and how we can cultivate a healthy resilience against this.

The Positive Psychology Course concentrates on understanding our needs and how to meet them, using the PERMA model. Fully broken down and explained this technique ensures resilience and long-term contentment, happiness, and positivity.

There is a universal need for humans to be engaged with something, as it provides curiosity, zest and gratitude in life. This is also linked to an area that is now commonplace in none-medicated mental health care; mindfulness. We discuss each, the link between them, and how they aid positivity and resilience.

As humans we have a need for social and secure relationships, from our first, biological relationships to the relationship with a life partner.The Positive Psychology Course explains the science behind this thinking, and then moves on to teach the final two areas of the PERMA model: meaning and accomplishment.

We will also discuss the practical aspects of setting up and running a happiness focussed business.

Who would benefit from the course?

The Positive Psychology Course is for anyone who wants to be happier (so pretty much everyone) and would like a practical guide that combines the ideas of how to improve your mind from within, with the science of what happens when you follow these actions and understand their positive, physical effects on the brain.

The knowledge learned from within the course should be applied to your own life, whether you feel the need or not (you can never be too happy) but students can also take what they have learned and help others or even use the techniques to aid them in a career in counselling.

5. Psychology: Learn About Greater Knowledge Of Feelings, Abilities And Personalities

Psychology is not only a science and a profession but its concepts can also be used in everyday life. Studying psychology will provide you with greater knowledge of feelings, abilities and personalities.

Most students also find that they gain a greater satisfaction within their job, their family and social life.

Psychology represents a way of thinking. It’s a science that demands researchers to ask precise questions about a particular issue and then to test their ideas through systematic processes.

Psychology is not easily defined. It’s a term that encompasses a broad spectrum of matters in research and practical applications.

It is what scientists and philosophers of various affiliations created to try to fulfil the need to understand the minds and behaviour of various living beings from the very primitive to the most complex. From its roots in philosophy and physiology, psychology is now often known as the ‘science of the mind.’

Your initial answer to this question will likely be quite different to the picture of psychology that will emerge as you work your way through this course. You may be surprised to find that psychology is much greater than analysing people or formulating psychological diagnoses to emotional problems.

It’s also about how people are able to see colour, how stress affects our biological processes and why babies become distressed when separated from their caregiver.

Learning Outcomes

On completion of this course, students will have developed the following:

  • Increased knowledge base of the major concepts, theoretical perspectives, empirical findings, and historical trends in psychology.
  • Understanding of basic research methods in psychology
  • Develop and use critical and analytical skills
  • Problem solving skills
  • Communication skills
  • Ability to work autonomously
  • An awareness of the applications of psychology

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Forensic Psychology Bundle, 5 Courses includes the following courses, below is a summary of each course: 

Course 1 - Certificate In Forensic Psychology Online Course

Module 1: Introduction to Forensic Psychology

  • Part 1: Definition and Applications
  • Part 2: History of the Development of Forensic Psychology
  • Part 3: Key Concepts
  • Module 1 Assessment

Module 2: Research Methods in Forensic Psychology

  • Part 1: Research Design and Methodology
  • Part 2: Research methods
  • Part 3: Applications in Forensic Psychology
  • Part 4: Key Concepts
  • Module 2 Assessment

Module 3: Theories of Offending

  • Part 1: Introduction to Theories of Offending
  • Part 3: Theories and Typologies of Sexual Offending
  • Part 2: Theories and typologies of “non-sexual” violent offenders
  • Part 4: Theories and Typologies of Fire-Setting Behaviour
  • Part 5: Key Concepts
  • Module 3 Assessment

Module 4: Personal Attributes of Offenders

  • Part 1: Personal Characteristics of Offenders
  • Part 2: Personality Disordered Offenders
  • Part 3: Psychopathic Offenders
  • Part 4: Mental Illness and Offending
  • Part 5: Key Concepts
  • Module 4 Assessment

Module 5: Forensic Psychology in Criminal Investigations – Offender Profiling

  • Part 1: An Introduction to Offender Profiling
  • Part 2: Approaches to Offender Profiling
  • Part 3: (In)effectiveness of Offender Profiling
  • Part 4: Key Concepts
  • Module 5 Assessment

Module 6: Forensic Psychology in the Courtroom

  • Part 1: Eyewitness Testimony
  • Part 2: Expert Witness Testimony
  • Part 3: Attitudes towards Victims
  • Part 4: Key Concepts
  • Module 6 Assessment

Module 7: Forensic Psychology in Practice

  • Part 1: ‘What works’ Literature in Reducing Re-offending
  • Part 2: Interventions to Reduce Risk of Re-offending
  • Part 3: Incident Management (Crisis Negotiation)
  • Part 4: Early trauma intervention
  • Part 5: Key Concepts
  • Module 7 Assessment

Course 2 - Certificate In Criminal Psychologist Online Course

Module 1 - Introduction

  • Part 1: Introduction
  • Part 2: Outline of Modules
  • Part 3: Conclusion

Module 2: Forensic Criminology

  • Part 1: Crime
  • Part 2: Types of crimes
  • Part 3: What leads to crime?
  • Part 4: Relationship between mental illness and criminality
  • Part 5: Summary
  • Module 2 Assessment

Module 3: Forensic Psychology

  • Part 1: What is Forensic Psychology?
  • Part 2: Forensic Psychology and Academics
  • Part 3: Summary
  • Module 3 Assessment

Module 4: Criminal Psychology

  • Part 1: The Four Roles of Criminal Psychologists
  • Part 2: Criminal Conduct
  • Part 3: Summary
  • Module 4 Assessment

Module 5: Psychological Research

  • Part 1: Scientific Method of Research
  • Part 2: Hypothesis formation
  • Part 3: Ethics and Research
  • Part 4: Summary
  • Module 5 Assessment

Module 6: The Crime Scene

  • Part 1: The Crime Scene
  • Part 2: Profiling
  • Part 3: Summary
  • Module 6 Assessment

Module 7: Theories behind Criminal Behaviour

  • Part 1: Biological and Physiological
  • Part 2: Self-Control Theory
  • Part 3: Summary
  • Module 7 Assessment

Module 8: The Victim

  • Part 1: Understanding the Victim
  • Part 2: Helping the victim
  • Part 3: Summary
  • Module 8 Assessment

Module 9: Interviewing Suspects

  • Part 1: Criminal Profiling
  • Part 2: Innocent Until Proven Guilty
  • Part 3: Summary
  • Module 9 Assessment

Module 10: The Witness

  • Part 1: Interviewing a Witness
  • Part 2: Interviewing Techniques
  • Part 3: Is Our Memory Reliable?
  • Part 4: Summary
  • Module 10 Assessment

Module 11: The Court

  • Part 1: The Court
  • Part 2: Strategy
  • Part 3: Summary
  • Module 11 Assessment

Course 3 - Certificate In Psychoanalysis Online Course

Module 1: What Is Psychotherapy?

  • Part 1: Psychotherapy
  • Part 2: Common elements in psychotherapy
  • Part 3: How exactly does psychotherapy work?
  • Part 4: What qualities will help a client get the most from their therapy?
  • Part 5: What are the most common forms of psychotherapy practised today?
  • Part 6: What happens when psychotherapy goes “wrong”?
  • Module 1 Assessment

Module 2: What Is Psychoanalysis?

  • Part 1: The key assumptions behind psychoanalysis
  • Part 2: Example of psychoanalysis in action: Eric
  • Module 2 Assessment

Module 3: Sigmund Freud

  • Part 1: Sigmund Freud
  • Part 2: How Freud used hypnosis
  • Part 3: Freud and dream analysis
  • Part 4: Freud’s seduction theory
  • Part 5: Freud’s followers
  • Part 6: The rise of Nazism and Freud’s escape
  • Part 7: Freud’s less well-known theories
  • Part 8: Freud’s legacy
  • Module 3 Assessment

Module 4: Psychoanalysis and Childhood Development

  • Part 1: Freud’s theory of psychosexual development
  • Part 2: What happens if someone becomes stuck at a particular stage?
  • Part 3: Attachment Theory – a key development
  • Part 4: Building on attachment theory – Mary Ainsworth
  • Part 5: The attachment styles in adult relationships
  • Module 4 Assessment

Module 5: Psychoanalysis After Freud

  • Part 1: Carl Jung
  • Part 2: The 12 archetypes
  • Part 3: The soul types
  • Part 4: The self types
  • Part 5: Jung’s views on personality
  • Part 6: Anna Freud – How she continued her father’s legacy
  • Part 7: Melanie Klein
  • Part 8: Donald Winnicott
  • Part 9: Alfred Adler and Karen Horney
  • Part 10: Erik Erikson
  • Module 5 Assessment

Module 6: How Is Psychoanalysis Perceived Today?

  • Part 1: General criticisms of psychotherapy
  • Part 2: Counter Arguments
  • Part 3: Modern criticisms of psychoanalysis
  • Part 4: The role of modern psychiatry
  • Part 5: The rise of brief therapies as a replacement for psychoanalysis
  • Module 6 Assessment

Module 7: What Is the Evidence That Psychoanalysis Works?

  • Part 1: What does it mean when we say that a therapy “works”?
  • Part 2: Common tests used in research studies
  • Part 3: Qualitative methods
  • Part 4: The paradigm debate – why mixed methods research has a controversial history
  • Part 5: So can psychologists and psychotherapists really check whether a therapy has had a beneficial effect?
  • Part 6: The importance of the therapeutic alliance
  • Part 7: What should we conclude?
  • Module 7 Assessment

Module 8: Psychoanalysis In The Treatment Of Anxiety And Depression

  • Part 1: What does psychoanalytic theory say about anxiety?
  • Part 2: Defence mechanisms and anxiety
  • Part 3: Are some defence mechanisms better or healthier than others?
  • Part 4: A psychoanalytic perspective on depression
  • Part 5: Other psychoanalytic perspectives
  • Part 6: Coyne’s Interpersonal Theory of Depression
  • Module 8 Assessment

Module 9: Training To Be A Psychoanalyst

  • Part 1: Training
  • Part 2: What practical skills do trainees learn?
  • Part 3: Career options after training
  • Part 4: Training in other therapies
  • Module 9 Assessment

Course 4 - Certificate In Positive Psychology Online Course

Module 1: Happiness

  • Part 1: We Are Being Manipulated
  • Part 2: Activity 1
  • Part 3: A Snippet of Happiness
  • Module 1 Assessment

Module 2: Science Behind the Smile

  • Part 1: What is Psychology?
  • Part 2: Neurotransmitters
  • Part 3: The Human Givens Approach
  • Part 4: The Graves Model
  • Module 2 Assessment

Module 3: Instant Mood Lift

  • Part 1: Being Grateful
  • Part 2: Positive Thinking
  • Part 3: Habits of Happy People
  • Module 3 Assessment

Module 4: Depression

  • Part 1: What is Depression?
  • Part 2: Resilience
  • Part 3: Medication-Free SSRIs
  • Module 4 Assessment

Module 5: Negative Thoughts!

  • Part 1: Psychological Happiness!
  • Part 2: Cognitive Behaviour Therapy
  • Part 3: RAIN
  • Part 4: Seligman’s PERMA Model
  • Module 5 Assessment

Module 6: PERMA in Practice

  • Part 1: What is Emotion?
  • Part 2: Do You Know Your Strengths?
  • Module 6 Assessment

Module 7: Mindful Engagement

  • Part 1: Mindful Engagement
  • Part 2: Meditation
  • Module 7 Assessment

Module 8: Exploration of Needs

  • Part 1: Social Needs
  • Part 2: Bowlby’s Attachment Theory
  • Part 3: Life Partners
  • Module 8 Assessment

Module 9: Professionalism

  • Part 1: Workplace Positivity
  • Part 2: Regulation
  • Module 9 Assessment

Course 5 - Certificate In Psychology Online Course

Module 1: What is Psychology?

  • Part 1: History of Psychology
  • Part 2: Key Themes Related to Psychology
  • Module 1 Assessment

Module 2: Different Approaches to Psychology

  • Part 1: Developmental Psychology
  • Part 2: Social Psychology
  • Module 2 Assessment

Module 3: Research in Psychology

  • Part 1: Research in Psychology
  • Part 2: Variables
  • Module 3 Assessment

Module 4: Human Emotion

  • Part 1: Human Emotion
  • Part 2: The Biological Component of Emotion
  • Module 4 Assessment

Module 5 : Stress and Anxiety

  • Part 1: Stress and Anxiety
  • Part 2: Causes of Anxiety
  • Module 5 Assessment

Module 6: Personality

  • Part 1: Personality
  • Part 2: Personality Theories
  • Module 6 Assessment

Module 7: Sensation and Perception

  • Part 1: Sensation and Perception
  • Part 2: The Psychophysical Approach
  • Part 3: Factors Affecting Perception
  • Module 7 Assessment

Module 8: Our Sensory System

  • Part 1: Our Sensory Systems
  • Part 2: The Auditory System
  • Module 8 Assessment

Module 9: How Do We Remember?

  • Part 1: How Do We Remember?
  • Part 2: Forgetting
  • Module 9 Assessment

Module 10: Intelligence

  • Part 1: Intelligence
  • Part 2: Intelligence Testing
  • Module 10 Assessment

Module 11: Classical and Operant Conditioning

  • Part 1: Classical and Operant Conditioning
  • Part 2: Operant conditioning
  • Module 11 Assessment

Module 12: Applications of Operant Conditioning

  • Part 1: Applications of Operant Conditioning
  • Part 2: Devise your own Behaviour Modification Program
  • Module 12 Assessment

Module 13: Other Kinds of Learning

  • Observational Learning
  • Module 13 Assessment

Module 14: Attachment and Separation

  • Part 1: Attachment and Separation
  • Part 2: Patterns of Attachment
  • Part 3: Summary 
  • Module 14 Assessment

Module 15: Parent–Child Interaction

  • Part 1: Maternal Depression
  • Part 2: Trauma and Loss
  • Part 3: Parent- Child Interventions
  • Module 15 Assessment

Module 16: Sexual Development and Gender Identity

  • Sexual Development and Gender Identity
  • Module 16 Assessment

Module 17: Social Psychology and the Individual

  • Part 1: Impressions of People
  • Part 2: Cognitive Schemas
  • Part 3: Self and Identity 
  • Module 17 Assessment

Module 18: Prejudice and Discrimination

  • Part 1: Prejudiced Attitudes
  • Part 2: Discriminatory Behaviour
  • Part 3: Theories of Prejudice and Discrimination
  • Module 18 Assessment

Module 19: Attitudes and Persuasion

  • Part 1: Attitudes and Persuasion
  • Part 2: Communication and Persuasion
  • Module 19 Assessment

Module 20: Conformity and Obedience

  • Part 1: Conformity
  • Part 2: Obedience
  • Module 20 Assessment

Entry requirements

Students must have basic literacy and numeracy skills.

Minimum education

Open entry. Previous schooling and academic achievements are not required for entry into this course.

Computer requirements

Students will need access to a computer and the internet. 

Minimum specifications for the computer are:

Windows:

  • Microsoft Windows XP, or later
  • Modern and up to date Browser (Internet Explorer 8 or later, Firefox, Chrome, Safari)

MAC/iOS

  • OSX/iOS 6 or later
  • Modern and up to date Browser (Firefox, Chrome, Safari)

All systems

  • Internet bandwidth of 1Mb or faster
  • Flash player or a browser with HTML5 video capabilities(Currently Internet Explorer 9, Firefox, Chrome, Safari)

Students will also need access the following applications:

Adobe Acrobat Reader

About this Course

Get Forensic Psychology, Criminal Psychologist, Psychoanalysis, Positive Psychology and Psychology in this Bundle 

1. Forensic Psychology: Understanding The Value Of Psychology In Detecting Crime

Our outstanding Forensic Psychology Course has been specially written to enable anyone interested in learning about the use of psychological principles to understand the behaviour of criminals, and the value of psychology in detecting crime.

The best news is that all of our forensic science online courses require no previous experience, and has no entry requirements. You just need a passion for the subject!

The course has been designed for someone without any prior knowledge of the subject and will allow the student to study the course at their own pace in their own home, emailed directly to your inbox. This course does not entitle you to work as a Forensic Psychologist, though will give you a solid knowledge base and an invaluable insight of child psychology without investing and committing a sizeable investment and time enrolling onto a college or university programme, the course gives you a great opportunity to test the water, and if you do enjoy it, you have a solid foundation. As after completing this course, you may wish to continue your training with a college or university to build a platform for your career.

Who would benefit from the course?

This course is ideal for those that are either complete beginners to the field of Forensic psychology and are considering making a career change to become a Forensic psychologist, with the aim of getting an insight and understanding of Forensic psychology, or existing Forensic psychologists, teachers, coaches or trainers looking to reinforce their knowledge or to pick up some new skills. This course is also ideal if you are interested in a career in Forensic Psychology, though are unsure if you want to commit yourself financially and time wise to a full Forensic Psychologist qualification.

It is an excellent course for those expanding their knowledge of psychology or crime detection, crime prevention, or working with offenders.

2. Criminal Psychologist: Delve Into The Mind-Boggling World Of Criminal Behaviour

Delve into the mind-boggling world of criminal behaviour, false testimonies and criminal profiling, detecting the reliability of witnesses and providing psychological aid to victims. Take the Criminal Psychologist Course and explore the fundamentals of this field, grasping its core concepts and principles and their applications in the real world.

Although we all have our own understanding of what crime is and what it entails, the Criminal Psychologist Course provides a definition of crime and crime prevalence and looks at why criminal activity is on the rise and the types of crime that exist. You’ll delve deeper into the subject, exploring the psychological, social and economic aspects of criminal behaviour before learning about forensic criminology and its importance and use in society.

Another important subject, Forensic Psychology, is covered. You will learn what it is, how it helps in the understanding and preventing of crime, and how it interacts with the law and other legal areas. You will discover why Forensic Psychology plays such a pivotal role in the courtroom for the defence and other legal attorneys.

Criminal Psychologists understand criminals and their behaviours, their intentions and reactions. This course explains the roles, both in an investigation and in the courtroom, and the scope and future, of those working in this career.

When conducting psychological research, it is important to remain as objective as possible so that the results are not swayed by individual judgement, biases or anecdotal facts. To ensure your understanding of correct research methodology, you will learn the ‘scientific method’ of research – gaining the knowledge of how researchers and psychologists collect data, perform detailed analysis and reach conclusions from their experiments.

Getting to the root of criminality, the Criminal Psychologist Course talks you through the theories behind criminal acts. Theories covered include: Biological and Physiological, Cognitive Theories, Behavioural Theories, Self-Control Theory, and Psychodynamic Theories

When interviewing a suspect, it can be difficult to keep your own feelings and bias under control but it is important to ensure they are unaware of all that you know or suspect. You will discover how criminal psychologists can struggle with the conflict between gut feelings and evidence, and how to make an unbiased and correct decision.

The role of a criminal psychologist doesn’t begin and end with those who have broken the law but also includes working with victims and witnesses. You’ll learn how to work with a victim to extract vital information and how to detect false accusations, along with understanding the reasons they may do this. A victim may also be in need of psychological help especially if they have been subject to violent or aggressive behaviour; you’ll find out how a criminal psychologist can provide support.

Another important person in a case is the witness. As a criminal psychologist, it will be part of your role to interview witnesses and assess credibility and reliability. Through studying the Criminal Psychologist Course you’ll learn how to detect lies, false information, false testimonies, find any links to the suspect or the victim that can bias their information, and gain an understanding of the reliability of memory.

The work done by a criminal psychologist at crime scenes and with suspects, victims and witnesses culminates in an appearance at court. You will learn what role a criminal psychologist plays in court and how witnesses and expert witnesses can affect a jury’s decision.

Who would benefit from this course?

Providing foundational knowledge and insight into the core practices and principles that comprise the role, the Criminal Psychologist Course is perfect if you are considering a career in this area. Not only will you be immersed in the minds of criminals and their behaviours but the course also acts as a comprehensive overview to the necessary degree-level of study required to gain employment in this field.

The course will also prove insightful to those interested in the criminal mind and the reasoning behind criminal behaviour, how the victims of crime can be rehabilitated, how to detect false statements, and the role of a criminal psychologist in legal proceedings.

3. Psychoanalysis: Learn The Common Elements Of Psychotherapy

Discover how psychoanalysis was developed by Sigmund Freud and continues to evolve with those who have come after him. You’ll learn about the studies undertaken to prove its effectiveness, how it is used to help clients, and the qualities and training needed to become a professional Psychoanalyst.

From the course, you will first learn about psychotherapy and the differences between this and similar practices. You’ll explore the common elements of psychotherapy and the various ways it can help clients in either one-to-one, couples or group therapy settings and how the clients themselves can get the most from their sessions. You will also learn what the most common forms of psychotherapy are and the differences between their approaches.

The course focusses on psychoanalysis – a method of psychotherapy that places significant emphasis on the contents of the unconscious mind. You will discover what psychoanalysis is and how the practice is used to help clients solve their psychological and emotional problems.

As the founding father of psychoanalysis, it is important to understand the work of Sigmund Freud. From the Psychoanalysis Course, you learn about his life, beliefs, popular and lesser-known theories, and the legacy he has left in the fields of psychology and psychiatry.

The course explains Freud’s theory of Psychosexual Development and the five stages of life that everyone goes through, from birth to becoming a young adult, and how others are opposed to this idea. You’ll also learn about Attachment Theory and how this affects child and adult relationships.

Although psychoanalysis may have begun with Sigmund Freud, it certainly didn’t end with him. This course looks at the people who came after him and the ways in which they have added to his theories on personality and development with their own concepts.

As with most types of therapy and counselling, psychoanalysis has its fair share of naysayers. The course takes a candid view of modern criticisms and to what extent these points may be considered valid, as well as offering counter arguments. You will also learn about the importance of self-reflection within the role of a Psychoanalyst.

Who Would Benefit from the Course?

Those interested in the work of Sigmund Freud and the subject of psychoanalysis and psychotherapy will enjoy this course. Along with supplying a good understanding of this therapy, the course also teaches you about the skills and training you will need to pursue a career as a Psychoanalyst.

Studying this course can also help you to understand people better, by enhancing your insight into human nature, which is a skill that can be applied to most professions. The knowledge within would be especially useful to those working in counselling and therapy roles.

4. Positive Psychology: Learn Take A Mindful Or Spiritual Approach To Our Lives

Some of us prefer to take a mindful or spiritual approach to our lives and the problems in it, while others find a practical, logical method works better.

The Positive Psychology Course marries together studies of happiness in both science and nature, to provide students with the knowledge of how to find true happiness and contentment. If you let it, this course will help you to change your life.

The expectations that society puts on us, and the human condition itself, bring about many obstructions in the pursuit of happiness. The Positive Psychology Course explores happiness and the effects modern society have on happiness, as well as how to cope with these environmental factors.

From brain cells to physiology, we discuss the science behind both happiness and sadness. Happiness is about understanding yourself, and a large part of that is based in neuroscience. The course’s second module aids students in understanding the physical, biological changes that occur in our brains on a daily basis, as we feel different things.

Making long term change starts with committing to smaller, more regular changes, which will then make larger changes more accessible, as you will already be well-practiced in changing your mood. Students learn quick consciousness shift/mood lifting techniques, which can be employed to immediately change a person’s mind-set from that of negativity, to positivity.

As an important area to cover when talking about happiness, depression is explored in great detail. The most recent findings on the causes of depressions and how to cope and deal with depression using natural methods, are explored.

The main obstruction when seeking happiness is negative thoughts. We talk about the habit of thinking negatively and how we can cultivate a healthy resilience against this.

The Positive Psychology Course concentrates on understanding our needs and how to meet them, using the PERMA model. Fully broken down and explained this technique ensures resilience and long-term contentment, happiness, and positivity.

There is a universal need for humans to be engaged with something, as it provides curiosity, zest and gratitude in life. This is also linked to an area that is now commonplace in none-medicated mental health care; mindfulness. We discuss each, the link between them, and how they aid positivity and resilience.

As humans we have a need for social and secure relationships, from our first, biological relationships to the relationship with a life partner.The Positive Psychology Course explains the science behind this thinking, and then moves on to teach the final two areas of the PERMA model: meaning and accomplishment.

We will also discuss the practical aspects of setting up and running a happiness focussed business.

Who would benefit from the course?

The Positive Psychology Course is for anyone who wants to be happier (so pretty much everyone) and would like a practical guide that combines the ideas of how to improve your mind from within, with the science of what happens when you follow these actions and understand their positive, physical effects on the brain.

The knowledge learned from within the course should be applied to your own life, whether you feel the need or not (you can never be too happy) but students can also take what they have learned and help others or even use the techniques to aid them in a career in counselling.

5. Psychology: Learn About Greater Knowledge Of Feelings, Abilities And Personalities

Psychology is not only a science and a profession but its concepts can also be used in everyday life. Studying psychology will provide you with greater knowledge of feelings, abilities and personalities.

Most students also find that they gain a greater satisfaction within their job, their family and social life.

Psychology represents a way of thinking. It’s a science that demands researchers to ask precise questions about a particular issue and then to test their ideas through systematic processes.

Psychology is not easily defined. It’s a term that encompasses a broad spectrum of matters in research and practical applications.

It is what scientists and philosophers of various affiliations created to try to fulfil the need to understand the minds and behaviour of various living beings from the very primitive to the most complex. From its roots in philosophy and physiology, psychology is now often known as the ‘science of the mind.’

Your initial answer to this question will likely be quite different to the picture of psychology that will emerge as you work your way through this course. You may be surprised to find that psychology is much greater than analysing people or formulating psychological diagnoses to emotional problems.

It’s also about how people are able to see colour, how stress affects our biological processes and why babies become distressed when separated from their caregiver.

Learning Outcomes

On completion of this course, students will have developed the following:

  • Increased knowledge base of the major concepts, theoretical perspectives, empirical findings, and historical trends in psychology.
  • Understanding of basic research methods in psychology
  • Develop and use critical and analytical skills
  • Problem solving skills
  • Communication skills
  • Ability to work autonomously
  • An awareness of the applications of psychology

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Forensic Psychology Bundle, 5 Courses includes the following courses, below is a summary of each course: 

Course 1 - Certificate In Forensic Psychology Online Course

Module 1: Introduction to Forensic Psychology

  • Part 1: Definition and Applications
  • Part 2: History of the Development of Forensic Psychology
  • Part 3: Key Concepts
  • Module 1 Assessment

Module 2: Research Methods in Forensic Psychology

  • Part 1: Research Design and Methodology
  • Part 2: Research methods
  • Part 3: Applications in Forensic Psychology
  • Part 4: Key Concepts
  • Module 2 Assessment

Module 3: Theories of Offending

  • Part 1: Introduction to Theories of Offending
  • Part 3: Theories and Typologies of Sexual Offending
  • Part 2: Theories and typologies of “non-sexual” violent offenders
  • Part 4: Theories and Typologies of Fire-Setting Behaviour
  • Part 5: Key Concepts
  • Module 3 Assessment

Module 4: Personal Attributes of Offenders

  • Part 1: Personal Characteristics of Offenders
  • Part 2: Personality Disordered Offenders
  • Part 3: Psychopathic Offenders
  • Part 4: Mental Illness and Offending
  • Part 5: Key Concepts
  • Module 4 Assessment

Module 5: Forensic Psychology in Criminal Investigations – Offender Profiling

  • Part 1: An Introduction to Offender Profiling
  • Part 2: Approaches to Offender Profiling
  • Part 3: (In)effectiveness of Offender Profiling
  • Part 4: Key Concepts
  • Module 5 Assessment

Module 6: Forensic Psychology in the Courtroom

  • Part 1: Eyewitness Testimony
  • Part 2: Expert Witness Testimony
  • Part 3: Attitudes towards Victims
  • Part 4: Key Concepts
  • Module 6 Assessment

Module 7: Forensic Psychology in Practice

  • Part 1: ‘What works’ Literature in Reducing Re-offending
  • Part 2: Interventions to Reduce Risk of Re-offending
  • Part 3: Incident Management (Crisis Negotiation)
  • Part 4: Early trauma intervention
  • Part 5: Key Concepts
  • Module 7 Assessment

Course 2 - Certificate In Criminal Psychologist Online Course

Module 1 - Introduction

  • Part 1: Introduction
  • Part 2: Outline of Modules
  • Part 3: Conclusion

Module 2: Forensic Criminology

  • Part 1: Crime
  • Part 2: Types of crimes
  • Part 3: What leads to crime?
  • Part 4: Relationship between mental illness and criminality
  • Part 5: Summary
  • Module 2 Assessment

Module 3: Forensic Psychology

  • Part 1: What is Forensic Psychology?
  • Part 2: Forensic Psychology and Academics
  • Part 3: Summary
  • Module 3 Assessment

Module 4: Criminal Psychology

  • Part 1: The Four Roles of Criminal Psychologists
  • Part 2: Criminal Conduct
  • Part 3: Summary
  • Module 4 Assessment

Module 5: Psychological Research

  • Part 1: Scientific Method of Research
  • Part 2: Hypothesis formation
  • Part 3: Ethics and Research
  • Part 4: Summary
  • Module 5 Assessment

Module 6: The Crime Scene

  • Part 1: The Crime Scene
  • Part 2: Profiling
  • Part 3: Summary
  • Module 6 Assessment

Module 7: Theories behind Criminal Behaviour

  • Part 1: Biological and Physiological
  • Part 2: Self-Control Theory
  • Part 3: Summary
  • Module 7 Assessment

Module 8: The Victim

  • Part 1: Understanding the Victim
  • Part 2: Helping the victim
  • Part 3: Summary
  • Module 8 Assessment

Module 9: Interviewing Suspects

  • Part 1: Criminal Profiling
  • Part 2: Innocent Until Proven Guilty
  • Part 3: Summary
  • Module 9 Assessment

Module 10: The Witness

  • Part 1: Interviewing a Witness
  • Part 2: Interviewing Techniques
  • Part 3: Is Our Memory Reliable?
  • Part 4: Summary
  • Module 10 Assessment

Module 11: The Court

  • Part 1: The Court
  • Part 2: Strategy
  • Part 3: Summary
  • Module 11 Assessment

Course 3 - Certificate In Psychoanalysis Online Course

Module 1: What Is Psychotherapy?

  • Part 1: Psychotherapy
  • Part 2: Common elements in psychotherapy
  • Part 3: How exactly does psychotherapy work?
  • Part 4: What qualities will help a client get the most from their therapy?
  • Part 5: What are the most common forms of psychotherapy practised today?
  • Part 6: What happens when psychotherapy goes “wrong”?
  • Module 1 Assessment

Module 2: What Is Psychoanalysis?

  • Part 1: The key assumptions behind psychoanalysis
  • Part 2: Example of psychoanalysis in action: Eric
  • Module 2 Assessment

Module 3: Sigmund Freud

  • Part 1: Sigmund Freud
  • Part 2: How Freud used hypnosis
  • Part 3: Freud and dream analysis
  • Part 4: Freud’s seduction theory
  • Part 5: Freud’s followers
  • Part 6: The rise of Nazism and Freud’s escape
  • Part 7: Freud’s less well-known theories
  • Part 8: Freud’s legacy
  • Module 3 Assessment

Module 4: Psychoanalysis and Childhood Development

  • Part 1: Freud’s theory of psychosexual development
  • Part 2: What happens if someone becomes stuck at a particular stage?
  • Part 3: Attachment Theory – a key development
  • Part 4: Building on attachment theory – Mary Ainsworth
  • Part 5: The attachment styles in adult relationships
  • Module 4 Assessment

Module 5: Psychoanalysis After Freud

  • Part 1: Carl Jung
  • Part 2: The 12 archetypes
  • Part 3: The soul types
  • Part 4: The self types
  • Part 5: Jung’s views on personality
  • Part 6: Anna Freud – How she continued her father’s legacy
  • Part 7: Melanie Klein
  • Part 8: Donald Winnicott
  • Part 9: Alfred Adler and Karen Horney
  • Part 10: Erik Erikson
  • Module 5 Assessment

Module 6: How Is Psychoanalysis Perceived Today?

  • Part 1: General criticisms of psychotherapy
  • Part 2: Counter Arguments
  • Part 3: Modern criticisms of psychoanalysis
  • Part 4: The role of modern psychiatry
  • Part 5: The rise of brief therapies as a replacement for psychoanalysis
  • Module 6 Assessment

Module 7: What Is the Evidence That Psychoanalysis Works?

  • Part 1: What does it mean when we say that a therapy “works”?
  • Part 2: Common tests used in research studies
  • Part 3: Qualitative methods
  • Part 4: The paradigm debate – why mixed methods research has a controversial history
  • Part 5: So can psychologists and psychotherapists really check whether a therapy has had a beneficial effect?
  • Part 6: The importance of the therapeutic alliance
  • Part 7: What should we conclude?
  • Module 7 Assessment

Module 8: Psychoanalysis In The Treatment Of Anxiety And Depression

  • Part 1: What does psychoanalytic theory say about anxiety?
  • Part 2: Defence mechanisms and anxiety
  • Part 3: Are some defence mechanisms better or healthier than others?
  • Part 4: A psychoanalytic perspective on depression
  • Part 5: Other psychoanalytic perspectives
  • Part 6: Coyne’s Interpersonal Theory of Depression
  • Module 8 Assessment

Module 9: Training To Be A Psychoanalyst

  • Part 1: Training
  • Part 2: What practical skills do trainees learn?
  • Part 3: Career options after training
  • Part 4: Training in other therapies
  • Module 9 Assessment

Course 4 - Certificate In Positive Psychology Online Course

Module 1: Happiness

  • Part 1: We Are Being Manipulated
  • Part 2: Activity 1
  • Part 3: A Snippet of Happiness
  • Module 1 Assessment

Module 2: Science Behind the Smile

  • Part 1: What is Psychology?
  • Part 2: Neurotransmitters
  • Part 3: The Human Givens Approach
  • Part 4: The Graves Model
  • Module 2 Assessment

Module 3: Instant Mood Lift

  • Part 1: Being Grateful
  • Part 2: Positive Thinking
  • Part 3: Habits of Happy People
  • Module 3 Assessment

Module 4: Depression

  • Part 1: What is Depression?
  • Part 2: Resilience
  • Part 3: Medication-Free SSRIs
  • Module 4 Assessment

Module 5: Negative Thoughts!

  • Part 1: Psychological Happiness!
  • Part 2: Cognitive Behaviour Therapy
  • Part 3: RAIN
  • Part 4: Seligman’s PERMA Model
  • Module 5 Assessment

Module 6: PERMA in Practice

  • Part 1: What is Emotion?
  • Part 2: Do You Know Your Strengths?
  • Module 6 Assessment

Module 7: Mindful Engagement

  • Part 1: Mindful Engagement
  • Part 2: Meditation
  • Module 7 Assessment

Module 8: Exploration of Needs

  • Part 1: Social Needs
  • Part 2: Bowlby’s Attachment Theory
  • Part 3: Life Partners
  • Module 8 Assessment

Module 9: Professionalism

  • Part 1: Workplace Positivity
  • Part 2: Regulation
  • Module 9 Assessment

Course 5 - Certificate In Psychology Online Course

Module 1: What is Psychology?

  • Part 1: History of Psychology
  • Part 2: Key Themes Related to Psychology
  • Module 1 Assessment

Module 2: Different Approaches to Psychology

  • Part 1: Developmental Psychology
  • Part 2: Social Psychology
  • Module 2 Assessment

Module 3: Research in Psychology

  • Part 1: Research in Psychology
  • Part 2: Variables
  • Module 3 Assessment

Module 4: Human Emotion

  • Part 1: Human Emotion
  • Part 2: The Biological Component of Emotion
  • Module 4 Assessment

Module 5 : Stress and Anxiety

  • Part 1: Stress and Anxiety
  • Part 2: Causes of Anxiety
  • Module 5 Assessment

Module 6: Personality

  • Part 1: Personality
  • Part 2: Personality Theories
  • Module 6 Assessment

Module 7: Sensation and Perception

  • Part 1: Sensation and Perception
  • Part 2: The Psychophysical Approach
  • Part 3: Factors Affecting Perception
  • Module 7 Assessment

Module 8: Our Sensory System

  • Part 1: Our Sensory Systems
  • Part 2: The Auditory System
  • Module 8 Assessment

Module 9: How Do We Remember?

  • Part 1: How Do We Remember?
  • Part 2: Forgetting
  • Module 9 Assessment

Module 10: Intelligence

  • Part 1: Intelligence
  • Part 2: Intelligence Testing
  • Module 10 Assessment

Module 11: Classical and Operant Conditioning

  • Part 1: Classical and Operant Conditioning
  • Part 2: Operant conditioning
  • Module 11 Assessment

Module 12: Applications of Operant Conditioning

  • Part 1: Applications of Operant Conditioning
  • Part 2: Devise your own Behaviour Modification Program
  • Module 12 Assessment

Module 13: Other Kinds of Learning

  • Observational Learning
  • Module 13 Assessment

Module 14: Attachment and Separation

  • Part 1: Attachment and Separation
  • Part 2: Patterns of Attachment
  • Part 3: Summary 
  • Module 14 Assessment

Module 15: Parent–Child Interaction

  • Part 1: Maternal Depression
  • Part 2: Trauma and Loss
  • Part 3: Parent- Child Interventions
  • Module 15 Assessment

Module 16: Sexual Development and Gender Identity

  • Sexual Development and Gender Identity
  • Module 16 Assessment

Module 17: Social Psychology and the Individual

  • Part 1: Impressions of People
  • Part 2: Cognitive Schemas
  • Part 3: Self and Identity 
  • Module 17 Assessment

Module 18: Prejudice and Discrimination

  • Part 1: Prejudiced Attitudes
  • Part 2: Discriminatory Behaviour
  • Part 3: Theories of Prejudice and Discrimination
  • Module 18 Assessment

Module 19: Attitudes and Persuasion

  • Part 1: Attitudes and Persuasion
  • Part 2: Communication and Persuasion
  • Module 19 Assessment

Module 20: Conformity and Obedience

  • Part 1: Conformity
  • Part 2: Obedience
  • Module 20 Assessment

Entry requirements

Students must have basic literacy and numeracy skills.

Minimum education

Open entry. Previous schooling and academic achievements are not required for entry into this course.

Computer requirements

Students will need access to a computer and the internet. 

Minimum specifications for the computer are:

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  • Microsoft Windows XP, or later
  • Modern and up to date Browser (Internet Explorer 8 or later, Firefox, Chrome, Safari)

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  • Modern and up to date Browser (Firefox, Chrome, Safari)

All systems

  • Internet bandwidth of 1Mb or faster
  • Flash player or a browser with HTML5 video capabilities(Currently Internet Explorer 9, Firefox, Chrome, Safari)

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