BA Relaxation and Psychomotor Therapy

The Danish school of Relaxation and Psychomotor Therapy was founded in 2002 with the objective of providing the education of relaxation and psychomotor therapy at bachelor level. Danish psychomotricity is part of the Danish Health Care system. The education programme is of 3½ years duration and takes on a holistic view on the body and mind - and thus comprises knowledge of natural and health sciences with social sciences.

We are working with the movement of the human body, manual treatment, relaxation, physical training and counselling. Furthermore, psychomotor therapists are working with prevention, concerning for example stress and different deceases. Psychomotor therapists are engaged in relieving e.g. chronic pain of a client, may it be pains in the loins, migraine, pains in the skeleton muscles, and other strains of the human body, having do to with tensions in the muscles.

Our full degree programme at bachelor/graduate level is taught in Danish. If you are fluent in Danish, Swedish or Norwegian, you may study our full degree programme. For more information on the full degree programme, see our Danish website, www.ucc.dk. We also welcome exchange students in practice placement. For more information, contact our International Coordinator Stine Klein Degerbøl, stde@ucc.dk

Study environment
The education is one of UCC's smallest educations which means that the distance between you as a student, your teachers and administration and management is very short. A study environment characterised by proximity and dialogue, which we value highly.

Central surroundings
The department is situated at UCC's campus in the heart of North Zealand - with room for more than 1,800 students and approximately 200 employees. The campus provides a framework for five professional bachelor degree programmes, research and development and activities in the professional health- and educational field.

The campus is centrally located with only 5 minutes to the nearest station, Hilleroed, and a trip to the central part of Copenhagen takes only about 30 minutes.